August 18, 2010 - 12:01pm
A family band that sounds nothing like DeBarge or The Jets, The Kopecky Family plays their blend of classical and indie rock at The Rud this Thursday in support of their new EP.
If Donny and Marie were a little bit country and a little bit rock and roll, Kelsey and Gabe Kopecky are a little bit Baroque and a little bit indie rock. These siblings' harmonies are at the heart of The Kopecky Family Band who will play The Rudyard Kipling this Thursday August 19th.
August 6, 2010 - 12:14pm
Smooth jazz band Pieces of a Dream to headline free concert at Fourth Street Live! Sunday evening. Although the weather will be hot, the music will certainly be cool.
Warning: one of the lamest, most predictable introductory sentences you will read in an article anywhere follows. It's hot. We all know that. So why not chill out with some cool jazz?
August 23, 2010 - 10:34am
Plan your must-see arts events right now. Here's what's coming up in classical music, opera, and ballet this fall.
It's August, and even though the temperature is still hovering around 100 degrees, the season of sweating it out at outdoor festivals and buying $5 beers is over. Imagine the cushioned seats, the cool quiet auditoriums, and the hush before the curtain goes up. It sounds pretty good to me. Plus, the...
July 30, 2010 - 10:20pm
Now that Forecastle and HullabaLOU have passed, here's a rundown of an eclectic mix of Louisville concerts scheduled for August-October, including Randy Newman, Stars, John Prine, and My Morning Jacket.
With Forecastle and HullabaLOU now history, the festival season may be over, but there's plenty of upcoming shows of note in Louisville to make the rest of your summer and the beginning of your fall pleasant and filled with song.
Keep in mind, this is not a comprehensive list and doesn't...
July 24, 2010 - 2:31am
While throngs of people were in the stands and infield, arguably the finest set at HullabaLOU was happening in the paddock Friday when Dan Tyminski joined The Travelin' McCourys for some bluegrass magic.
This was bluegrass royalty. Plain and simple. In the paddock of Churchill Downs, The Travelin' McCourys and Dan Tyminski performed a splendid 90-minute set Friday at HullabaLOU filled with little fanfare but plenty of musical virtuosity.