July 17, 2012 - 3:18pm
Louisville.com sat down with Trevor Terndrup of rising Nashville band Moon Taxi to talk about the band's experience at Forecastle and where they see themselves heading after their jam-packed summer.
Moon Taxi, a five-man rising star out of the Music City, has become known over the past few years for its dynamic live performances, and the group's touch-down at multiple outdoor festivals this summer has only fueled the hype. Touring to promote the release of their newest album Cabaret, the...
June 3, 2011 - 12:53pm
This year, with the lack of previous local major music festivals such as Hullabaloo and Forecastle - Bonnaroo celebrates it's 10th anniversary and there's no shortage of musicians, artists, and local Louisvilleians who plan to attend just across our southern border. If you don't go, you'll never know. And if you've been, you'll go again. I am.
The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is a four-day, multi-stage camping festival held on a beautiful 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee every June. This year From June 9th-12th, Bonnaroo brings together some of the best performers in rock and roll, along with dozens of artists in complementary...
February 24, 2011 - 8:05am
Forecastle founder JK McKnight is set to announce Thursday morning that Forecastle will not come to the riverfront again until 2012, and when it returns, things will be different.
The Forecastle Festival tenth anniversary concert has been shelved for a year with the cancellation of the 2011 concert. Forecastle founder JK McKnight announced Thursday morning that Forecastle will not come to the riverfront again until 2012, and when it returns, things will be different....
July 24, 2010 - 7:53am
New three-day music festival lacks relevant, young performers
Looking for live updates and information on getting to Hullabalou? Visit Louisville.com's HullabaLOU roundup page. When I first heard that Churchill Downs was hosting HullabaLOU Music Festival July 23-25, my immediate reaction was to contact the folks I went to Bonnaroo with this year and see if...
May 28, 2008 - 3:07pm
It wasn't invented here, but one of bluegrass' favorite sons is headed south to show that Louisville can do it right.
By Kevin Wilson
There are many master musicians in the world of bluegrass, but Sam Bush consistently tops most lists. This is true of players, critics and fans alike. The decidedly unconventional Kentucky native is widely known as the “bad boy of bluegrass,” although these...