This Wednesday night, OK Zombie invades Stevie Ray’s. They’re an up and coming band that’s mostly nommed brains in the Indianapolis area. Last month, they invaded Louisville as part of MOM’s “Save the Music” concert at Coyote's.
Money collected there went to infect the brains of innocent young people by helping fund music education at local public schools. Their ongoing attempts to corrupt the minds of the young also include contributing use of their song “Brush Strokes” to the Kentucky Girlhood Project.
You can hear it yourself for free. Like any good indie band, they let you check out their music streaming from their website. Nothing beats cheap, live music. Check them out this Wednesday night. May 20 9:00 p.m. Stevie Ray’s 230 E Main St Louisville, KY 40202 (502) 582-9945
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