October 30, 2010 - 1:41pm
My Morning Jacket threw a festive Halloween party that rocked the KFC Yum Center Friday night, showcasing young talent and celebrating their home city.
As soon as you arrived in the vicinity of the KFC Yum Center, you sensed something special in the air. The smell of sizzling brats from the street vendors, bars buzzing loudly with people spilling from the doors, and surreally attired concert-goers gave the whole place a festival atmosphere that...
October 18, 2010 - 11:25am
Eagles, shmeagles. Gordon Lightfoot showed why he is one of the best songwriters around in a show at the Louisville Palace Theater.
On a night when Louisville hosted two iconic classic rock acts, I felt pretty good about taking in Gordon Lightfoot at the Palace. It's too bad that scheduling put the two concerts opposite one another, as I expect that having the Eagles opening the much-ballyhooed KFC Yum Center poached a fair...
October 14, 2010 - 9:07am
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.
I sometimes worry about overselling acts that I review; afterall, I have certain tastes in music that I don't expect everyone to share. That being said, if you were to be in the same room with Vandaveer and Joe Pug as they performed -- and didn't like them -- there might be something wrong with...
September 19, 2010 - 2:09pm
Opener Vandeveer set the stage in fine style for Mark Olson's show at the Rudyard Kipling Saturday night.
I think I just made up my own genre of music with "power folk" but I wanted to communicate the strength and verve of the sound that opening band Vandeveer creates, followed by the stirring lyrical prowess of Mark Olson, who mixed up a beautiful set of new music, along with Jayhawks...
September 18, 2010 - 12:34pm
Fresh from an Indy jail, Justin Townes Earle came out feisty and rarin' to go with an excellent set at Headliner's Friday night.
At least the mystery of Earle's absence from WFPK's Live Lunch was solved first thing. He told us he had been locked up in Indianapolis. He seemed to be feeling a little fractious still -- and possibly a little punch drunk, launching into "Move Over Mama" from his new record, Harlem...
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