September 20, 2011 - 11:48am
They Might Be Giants returns to Louisville to send off the last Waterfront Wednesday of the year. The band's other half, John Flansburgh, takes a moment to discuss the new record and sketchy situations.
We may not be aware, but we have all experienced They Might Be Giants in one form or another. As a child I unknowingly witnessed their work watching Tiny Toons and Malcolm in the Middle and never imagined I’d be coming back to question the entity behind it all. They were still an established...
August 29, 2011 - 1:55pm
If there's one person standing up at a concert when everyone else is sitting down, I can guarantee you, that person is in directly in front of me blocking my view.
I love, love, love live music. Most people are oblivious to their surroundings at concerts and how what they do affects other people. I tend to be overly conscientious about this, although I really wish I wasn't.I go to a lot of concerts. I just saw Boyz II Men at the...
August 16, 2011 - 7:52pm
Two of classic rocks biggest names take over Fort Knox's Godman Airfield for a night of rock-n-roll.
Last Saturday's monsoon-like thunder storm parted ways and went around Fort Knox. At least so it seemed as I made the trek down Gene Snyder Freeway en route to one of the U.S. Army’s most iconic military installations to see Kansas and the Doobie Brothers. With each passing mile the sky...
August 1, 2011 - 9:42pm
The fast rhymin' rapper will roll through Louisville this Wednesday, August 3rd on his mammoth tour across the nation.
Tech N9ne has taken the higher route in his hip-hop career and has progressively blew the fuck up. He founded the record label Strange Music in 1999, planting his seed into the damp soil of the emerging nu-metal and rap-rock surge to soon follow. His stage name owes to the fast action of a TEC-9...
July 22, 2011 - 10:57pm
His name means "gift of God," his beard means business, and he's performing at Headliners Music Hall this Thursday, July 21st. Matisyahu speaks about Judaism and recording in Louisville.
Much like his Hasidic beliefs, Matisyahu communicates his message through telling stories, or adapting old ones. He cites the Torah as the influencer of his words while his music dwells primarily in reggae and hip-hop, but they have more in common than you think.