October 1, 2010 - 12:08pm
Canadian band Stars will bring it's distinctive and melodic style of indie rock to Headliners Sunday night.
In March of 2008, Stars was in Louisville, playing the Bomhard Theater in support of their then new release In Our Bedroom After the War, which was nominated in 2008 for the Polaris Award, one of Canada's most prestigious music awards. Well, the band returns to town this Sunday October 3rd when it...
September 29, 2010 - 12:12pm
Original member Charlie Mechling and the rest of Straight No Chaser will perform at Horseshoe Casino Friday October 1. A few days before the show, Charlie spoke with Louisville.com about the band's new album and tour, replacing a founding member, and his dad's record collection.
Straight No Chaser, the a cappella group that began at Indiana University, will be performing in The Showroom at Horseshoe Casino this Friday October 1 at 7:30. On a 75-city fall tour in support of their new Top 30 album With A Twist, their first non-Christmas release, the band is breaking in a new...
September 28, 2010 - 7:15am
The a cappella ten-piece from Indiana University is touring in support of their first non-holiday release, With a Twist, and will be performing at Horseshoe Casino on Friday October 1.
It's your everyday music success story. Post clips of a performance your disbanded group did eight years earlier on YouTube, have a CEO of a major record label watch it, and offer you a recording contract. It's completely practical and probable, right? OK all facetiousness aside, that is in fact...
September 27, 2010 - 7:00am
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.
September 22, 2010 - 7:15am
Randy Newman will have over four decades worth of acerbic pop songs and Oscar-worthy film compositions to choose from when he plays with The Louisville Orchestra Saturday at Whitney Hall.
Film composer, pianist, and seminal pop/rock lyricist Randy Newman will be playing with the Louisville Orchestra Saturday September 25 at The Kentucky Center for the Arts' Whitney Hall as part of their Pops series.