Eagles, shmeagles. Gordon Lightfoot showed why he is one of the best songwriters around in a show at the Louisville Palace Theater.
Some of the best contemporary singing and songwriting was on display at Skull Alley Wednesday night -- Vandaveer opening for Chicago-based Joe Pug and his Hundred Mile Band.
Opener Vandeveer set the stage in fine style for Mark Olson's show at the Rudyard Kipling Saturday night.
Fresh from an Indy jail, Justin Townes Earle came out feisty and rarin' to go with an excellent set at Headliner's Friday night.
Orbs reward a small crowd at Skull Alley with an impressive set of epic progressive rock and a lush landscape of creepy, dreamy imagery.
The weather gods smiled on Tift Merritt and her band as the rain kept away and a large crowd enjoyed her soulful music for WFPK's Waterfront Wednesday.
Soulful New Jersey bar band plays a spirited set that deserved to go on much longer than its 40-minute HullabaLOU limit.
Forecastle ended with the joyful spectacle of a Flaming Lips show that featured songs of peace and love, grizzlies, balloons, and dancing girls. What more could you want?
Dynamic and versatile singer-songwriter Josh Ritter and his band deliver crowd-pleasing favorites and dazzling new songs to an appreciative audience.
Music lovers in Louisville enjoyed a rare treat at Zanzabar on Easter Eve -- a dreamy indie line-up featuring the musically adventurous Fanfarlo along with Lawrence Arabia and Robert Francis.
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