March 25, 2011 - 7:26pm
Part Deux of a star struck boy's interview with guitar legend Steve Howe.
Part Two of the interview with Steve Howe, guitarist for Yes. (read Part One HERE). Yes will be performing at The Louisville Palace on Saturday, March 26.
March 23, 2011 - 8:48am
British singer-songwriter Bobby Long comes to Headliners this weekend, touring the States behind his just-released debut after making a splash with a song featured in the movie Twilight. He explains what he loves about touring, and where his musical inspirations come from in this interview, and never once mentions his famous pal, Robert Pattinson.
British singer-songwriter Bobby Long will play Headliner's Music Hall Saturday, March 26 with opener Andrea Davidson at 9:00 p.m. Influenced primarily by American folk music (and part of a burgeoning folk revival in England), Long's style is stripped down and acoustic, relying on staples of...
March 19, 2011 - 2:10pm
Jack White's rhythm section rejoins lead singer Craig Fox for a reunion of The Greenhornes. The Cincinnati-based rock band will hit Headliner's March 23 along with Hacienda and Broken Spurs.
After an eight-year hiatus the three members of Cincinnati-based rockers, The Greenhornes are back together and touring behind a new album, Four Stars (****) on Jack White's label, Third Man Records. The Greenhornes will appear this Wednesday, March 23 at Headliner's Music Hall along with...
July 29, 2012 - 7:53pm
Opportunity for April 1 meet-and-greet going on this moment—no joke
The Elephant is on the loose! Nationally recognized Bowling Green rockers Cage the Elephant are coming to ear X-tacy, but if you want to get close to their hides you need to head over there now.
July 29, 2012 - 7:59pm
The Hard Rock Café on 4th Street Live! is hosting a 102.3 The Max Loyal Listener Concert on March 24.
It isn’t every day that a band with a ginormous fan following rolls through the Derby City. In this case it’s a group that has been getting your little sister worked up for years.I admit, I have had the idea in my head that the band Hanson would never grow up, instead remaining forever trapped in...