Local urban marketing firm Socialwire, in partnership with area business/civic sponsors, will present SPREAD LOVEFEST '05; a free benefit concert featuring Atlanta's best kept R&B secret, Honey Brown, and Louisville's own singing sensation, Soul, on Friday, March 25, at The Spectrum, located at 911 South Brook Street.
Tesla continues to support their latest studio album, 'Into The Now,' by hitting the road in early 2005 for a special acoustic tour commemorating the 15th anniversary of their groundbreaking album 'Five Man Acoustical Jam.'
True believers report for duty as a legendary Louisville band comes out of retirement
New signing Dirty Americans to release debut CD Strange Generation on March 22
Hitting a few bars on a week/files/storyimages/night almost overwhelmingly means you will be subjected to music played at volumes loud enough to sterilize small children, not to mention that talking with your friends, and more crucially, placing drink orders, requires frequent shouting.
Create a glass heart for your honey this Valentine's Day!
This Pulitzer Prize winning play depicts small town life, its family relationships and the loneliness that permeates the lives of many. The play questions the cliche “love conquers all” by focusing on lives marred by boredom, alcohol and sexual impropriety that are in stark contrast to people living the “American Dream.”
Waterproof Blonde hopes new CD will swim in the rock mainstream
OAS_AD('Middle'); Slint, the enigmatic Louisville band whose tentacles have reached to the farthest corners of the indie rock world, announced late last year that it would reunite after more than a decade’s absence
The real artfulness of being a DJ, aside from owning and choosing from a vast and tasteful array of vinyl, is transitioning from one record to the next without exposing a seam
The event it to be held on Saturday, January 29, 2005, and will encompass the entire City of Louisville via multiple venues, with each venue supporting a different genre of music.
Legendary rock group Motley Crue will announce 30 new tour dates on January 3rd and Louisville could be one of those lucky cities if enough people sign the online petition to Bring The Crue to Louisville. Members of Louisville are working with local radio stations 100.5 and 95.7 to Bring the Crue to Louisville