Va Va Vixens tantalized a hungry crowd last night with a three hour feast of food, feats and fantasy! Don't miss the remaining two shows tonight and tomorrow. Perfect recipe of humor, sensuality, dance, and fun.
Sarah Jaffe put on an excellent performance last night at Headliners Music hall along side Folk singer, Joan Shelley. Folk/Rock group, Toledo Bend, brought an energy to the stage that engulfed the evening.
Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears delivered a scorching set of rock, soul, and funk at Headliner's Thursday night.
Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears bring old-school blues and funk to Headliners this Thursday night, July 19.
Through an impressive array of movies, the Louisville Film Society gave Louisville film lovers a great weekend. I find it all the more satisfying in that I have not yet been lynched for my reviews.
While not truly a standard comedy, The Comedy can be seen as an exploration on the trappings of modern attitudes, if you're into that sort of thing. WHICH I TOTALLY AM.
The 1927 silent film by Louisville native Tod Browning, The Unknown, was given an incredible new soundtrack by local band Seluah.
This time, Louisvillians could ask for more.
Tea Leaf Green, The Stone Foxes throw down psychedelic jams at Headliner's Music Hall.
Tea Leaf Green's Radio Tragedy summer tour stops at Headliner's Music Hall in Louisville.
Mickey Hart brings the sounds of the Grateful Dead and adds in music from around the world.
“This is the most crowded I’ve ever seen Headliner’s,” a girl shouted to me as the opening act, “Larry & his Flask” seriously revved up to wind their show down. She wasn’t far from wrong – Headliner’s was almost at capacity with some of Louisville’s rowdiest to see The Reverend Horton Heat with special guests “The Goddamn Hallows”, and “Larry & His Flask” who gave a serious foot-stompin’, soul scratchin’ sermon of unholy loudness. This past Tursday, March 8th, service was held by Heat and friends on their "Stewed, Screwed, & Tattooed" tour.