This weekend Mercury Ballroom has two separate shows paying tribute to two Rock n' Roll's greatest bands, Led Zeppelin and The Band, respectively.
American singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson, the man behind Janis Joplin’s famous “Me & Bobby McGee” and a member of the original Highwaymen, visits the Iroquois Amphitheater in Louisville Thursday as part of the Coors Light Summer Concert Series.
Tea Leaf Green, The Stone Foxes throw down psychedelic jams at Headliner's Music Hall.
Bonnie Raitt performs in Louisville at the Kentucky Center's Whitney Hall to celebrate the launch of Redwing Records and the release of her nineteenth studio album, Slipstream.
The roots rock legends celebrated their almost half of a century together this weekend with a performance in the new East End arts center.
Somebody steered Bob Dylan right a couple of Julys ago (after a Slugger Field concert), when he rode up to the F.A.B.D. on a motorcycle, had himself a rib dinner and a couple of Budweisers with zero fanfare, and then rode off again, like the Lone Ranger.
Don't expect a review of Nelson though as I was still drinking on my porch for most of his set
Three music heavyweights, all with prior Louisville experience, will take to the stage at Slugger Field in July.