One of the music industry's favorite folk collective's come to pick in Louisville.
Pop Culture icon and funny man Jamie Kennedy returns to Louisville.
The Louisville Orchestra's Pops series brings the music of Paul McCartney to the Kentucky Center. Keep reading for a review of the show.
It may seem a little insane, but we promise it's worth it. We’re bringing you the live music you shouldn't miss for every night of the week in Louisville.
Don't worry, there are still plenty of fun events for bourbon lovers to enjoy.
Local musician, 1200, plans to celebrate Hunter S. Thompson in a unique way at this year;s GonzoFest!
What better place to release a new single other than Headliner's local R&B showcase!
Who will survive the knife?
One of the world's last standing Southern Rock bands comes back to Louisville on their crusade to salvage the music of the south.
They are a band that plays old folk and chamber music from centuries gone by. They sound like music Sting would make if he ever gets tired of selling albums again.
See this new group celebrate the release with a show at Modern Cult Records.
The 42nd annual Derby Festival Basketball Classic, which features 21 of the top boys’ high school basketball players from around the country, will take place Saturday night at Freedom Hall. The players will also participate in the Horseshoe Foundation Night of the Future Stars on Friday night at New Albany High School.