August 25, 2011 - 9:52am
Andy Grammer opened at Brown Theatre for Colbie Caillat Wednesday night and showed Louisville that he does more than sing that "Keep Your Head Up" song. Grammer's multi-dimensional talent and enthusiastic performance left the crowd smiling and humming to themselves.
Decorative pillows and earthy tones covered the stage. Wicker baskets, paper lanterns and strings of large round-bulb lights adorned the set in front of an excited crowd. At 7:30 sharp, Andy Grammer casually walked out on stage and greeted Louisville’s Brown Theatre.“What’s up...
August 21, 2011 - 1:06am
Performing with Colbie Caillat next Wednesday at Brown Theatre, "Keep Your Head Up" star Andy Grammer is very happy to be in the popular music conversation, but he still has a lot he wants to do.
Appearances with Regis & Kelly, Rachel Ray, Jay Leno and tours with the likes of Natasha Bedingfield and Colbie Caillat? That’s a far cry from playing his catchy tunes on the streets of New York City and Los Angeles with an open guitar case full of spare change and small bills. Andy...
July 29, 2012 - 7:58pm
Neil Berg's 100 years of Broadway had a surprising addition to it's already fantastic line up, resulting in a standing ovation for the entire cast.
Although my friend and I might have been two of the five youngest people in the theater, we thoroughly enjoyed Neil Berg's 100 years of Broadway. We found ourselves cheering out loud for the performers and leaping to our feet for the standing ovation. It was a non-stop showcase of some of the...
October 13, 2010 - 5:17pm
Enjoy waltzing, Vienna-style and wine, women and dance this month.
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September 27, 2010 - 8:00am
Legendary and genre-crossing guitarist Pat Metheny brings his innovative Orchestrion tour to Louisville's Brown Theatre on Saturday October 2.
Although he's been making records for thirty-five years, there is no hint of musical complacency in renowned guitarist Pat Metheny, and he will offer further proof of this on Saturday, October 2, when he brings his "The Orchestrion Tour" to the W.L. Lyons Brown Theatre.