Since forming Louisville rock band The Muckrakers in 1997, Rob and his four bandmates have been drawing mobs of sweating, dancing, request-shouting fans from Kentucky to Colorado. Their new album, FRONT OF THE PARADE, offers a collection of immediately memorable songs whose propulsive drive reflects the energy of the band's live shows.
Perhaps it’s a bad case of projection, but I can’t recall ever coming across a multi-media festival like Lebowski Fest having such a fitting, just right headliner like They Might Be Giants.
The Magic of Love, has played to over 170,000 in Singapore, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, and Indonesia. Now the US is next.
The Black Keys’ new album is muddy like the Mississippi: distorted electric guitar with a good dose of slide, heavy but simple drums, some hand claps, a lap steel.
Free Mandolin Tips From Gibson Signature Artist Sam Bush at "Original" Dealer First Quality Music in Louisville
The life of a touring musician is filled with a lot of down time, a lot of time spent throwing ideas around about future musical ventures.
From clubs and colleges, to amphitheaters and music festivals, LUZER has performed for hundreds of thousands of people across the country since it formed in the final days of the last millenium.
arch 2004 brings the first full-length CD release titled "Metamorphose". It is a product of growth for The Blue Umbrellas produced by Peter Rhee.
This four song follow-up album from Sol17 expresses a new sound and vibe.
The definitive lineup of Juadas Priest - vocalist Rob Halfort, lead guitarists Glenn Tipton and K. K. Downing, bass guitarist Ian Hill and drummer Scott Travis - returns in 2005 with the astonishing new album Angel of Retribution on Epic Records.
Check out the legendary David Sanborn at Jim Porter's, located at 2345 Lexington Road in Louisville, on March 23rd at 8 p.m.