JK MABRY's sound is one part beat noir, a dash of backroom storytelling, two parts folk and americana, and topped off with reckless harmonica. Along with a backup band of violin, vocals and mandolin, it becomes a genre of its own.
No stranger to Derby City, Nashville singer-songwriter LANCE WHALEN was last in Louisville sharing the bill with JK Mabry back in February, so let's just say that he's about due.
BRENT MATHIS now makes it a fine threesome, his first show at the Unc although he's been to several or our shows while serenading and playing around town for a good while now. And he's a neighbor. And he really does have all that big blonde surfer hair…welcome, sir!
|Pinups and patina at Beatersville Sunday|
|Head to the historic Water Tower for a taste of the Caribbean|
|Abbey Road on the River taking late songwriting contest entries|
|Grocery Shopping can be a fun family event in Louisville with live music and events at Whole Foods|
|Tibetan Freedom Concert Featuring Ben Sollee & Friends with Nawang Khechog|
|Family fun, crafts, and Kudmani at River Road Kingfish "moms" event|
|Drivin N Cryin heads to Louisville amidst a wave of new music and a dynamic documentary on its history as a rock and roll band|