Two rowdy women fronted bands at Uncle Slayton's Thursday night -- Louisville's Alabama Brown opened for Lydia Loveless.
In between the downpours of rain, those who made it out to the Palace Theater last night experienced a multifaceted stage production.
Fanfarlo stopped in at Zanzabar on their current tour, bringing impressive new songs from their recent album and showing off a lot of talent.
Flora Reed and Philip Price of the Winterpills delivered a beautiful set of old and new songs on Sunday at Uncle Slayton's.
Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt brought their acoustic show to the Brown Theatre Sunday for a grand night of masterful storytelling and songs.
The always entertaining Ryan Adams turns in a fine solo acoustic performance at the Palace Theater on Monday night. He sings, he improvises, he talks in funny voices, and he breaks your heart.
Joe Bonamassa and his band gave Blues fans a night to remember at the Palace Theater Tuesday evening.
The Louisville Palace welcomed the Pixies last night into, according to Kim Deal, the most beautiful venue they've ever played.
Headliners looked more like the inside of a kaleidoscope last night when the Black Angels rolled through with Spindrift and Dead Meadow. Pair this with a spree of psychedelic music and prepare for deep space.
The Jayhawks mix the old and new, reuniting the classic harmonies of Gary Louris and Mark Olson.
Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers didn't disappoint country music fans at Uncle Slayton's.
Last night marked the final WFPK Waterfront Wednesday of the year. They Might Be Giants headlined a beautiful evening along the water and commanded unified warfare within the crowd; sock puppet TMBG cover band The Avatars also made an appearance.