You may have seen the logo, but do you really know what The Blue Apple Players, a regional nonprofit theater company, does? They're inviting the public to a behind-the-scenes look at the organization.
Leap Year will never garner the attention as, say, Halloween. Fortunately, Louisville has a group of individuals who enjoy just that kind of quirkiness.
Tickets go on sale Saturday for one of the hottest touring bands in the country. As a bonus to loyal fans, the first twenty rows of the concert will be sold only at the Palace box office. Read for details!
The Pops rock! But then again you already knew that. Rock and roll leg/files/storyimages/Johnny Rivers joins Bob Bernhardt and the Louisville Pops Orchestra for a one-time performace to marry a full orchestra with the distinct sound of an electric guitar.
If you ask Charles Spivey what drives him, he’ll tell you it is his love for music and his love for Louisville . If you ask him what music he’s into, he’ll tell you with a lengthy response. And, while you may have heard of some of the musicians he lists, the ones that you haven’t heard of are the ones who make Charles tick. And, that’s what makes him Louisville ’s Bourbon Cowboy.
Ten Walden Theatre students from seven local schools rise to the challenge of this complex performance with an earnest message.
For 10 years, JCC of Louisville has been bringing top-quality films to their festival and 2008 doesn't sway the pattern. Eight films over the course of nine days fills the lineup.
He moved from Split Enz to Crowded House and then out on his own. Of course, when you move around you gather luggage. With a career in excess of 25 years helps build an impressive catalog to take along with you. Next stop: Louisville.
He may be a Hoosier by birth, but he has blugrass in his heart and he usually comes back home. The next stop for John Cowan is on Lexington Road.
The Canadian band has weathered plenty and stood through it all. Now they're bringing their show and extensive repertoire to the Clifton Center to help promote a new record.
Brett Eugene Ralph mostly grew up here in Louisville where he cultivated a reputation as a no-nonsense punk rocker. This weekend, his Kentucky Chrome Review, as Ralph’s collective is now known, will show off their eclectic sensibilities when they headline a sublime evening of Americana music at Air Devils Inn.
When David Harpe took the chance to tour with Ozzy Osbourne, the prince of darkness himself, he had no idea that it might someday lead him out of his career working with machines and into becoming a headlining artist at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft.