More music, more shows, and a stance from a local musician...all in this week's Tuned Into Town!
Local musician Brigid Kaelin wants club owners to book more early shows. She says there's an entire demographic that's being excluded.
Louisville's little red-headed songstress is set to hop across the pond to Scotland to get medieval with her career. But before she does, she sit's down with Louisville.com to reveal all the fun facts behind the move.....
Nellie McKay and Brigid Kaelin warm up Headliners with a night of energetic music and dynamic performances.
"I don't perform. I'm just me," says pretensionless Michael Young, host of WFPK's Sunday-evening Roots n' Boots show.
Catch two of the finest, multi-talented, singer-songwriters around when Nellie Mckay comes to town Jan. 25 with Louisville's Brigid Kaelin opening at Headliner's Music Hall.
Louisville musicians Scott Carney, Todd Hildreth, and Brigid Kaelin are among those who offer up their thoughts on the art of what makes a mix tape work.
Louisville's own singer-songwriter-accordionista Brigid Kaelin will be playing her smart songs and maybe even a little musical saw at the inaugural HullabaLOU.
Just in time for the 2010 Derby Festival kick-off, the Kentucky Derby Museum is ready to reopen its doors. And to celebrate this triumph, they're having a party...and you're invited!
New acts like Tonic; Ben Folds; and Blood, Sweat and Tears do nothing to shake up festival's staid lineup.