Story time had just begun with songs 'George Jones Talkin Cell Phone Blues' and 'The Buford Stick.' Simply unpolished emotion drains out the Truckers song after song dislocating thoughts as they discharge stories of country, grit and soul to extended ears.
It was girl’s night out Friday at Headliners as 91.9 WFPK welcomed Hannah Georgas and Kathleen Edwards to Louisville. Hannah Georgas played the opening set for Kathleen Edwards.
Louisville's premiere burlesque troupe returns with Va Va Revue: Naughty or Nice in a new home: Headliner's Music Hall. weekends, 11/26 - 12/10
On a real rock 'n' roll budget tonight? Then this is the show for you.....
Alejandro Escovedo and his band, The Sensitive Boys, are coming to Headliner's Music Hall this Thursday with rocker Jesse Malin to open. In this interview, Escovedo talks about his newest record and his long and varied musical career.
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit are playing Headliner's this Friday night. In this interview, Isbell talks about songwriting and growing up in the music-steeped area around Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
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.
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.
Railroad Earth’s sound isn’t country; and it isn’t bluegrass, and it isn’t rock. But they do mix all of those genres extremely well to create a hard to characterize collection of tunes.
Zoso, a Led Zeppelin tribute band from Los Angeles, paid a visit to Headliner's Music Hall Thursday night to pump out their take on Zeppelin classics.
The Led Zeppelin tribute band, Zoso prides itself on giving an experience as close to the way is really was when Page, Plant, Jones and Bonham did it in the late '60s and throughout the '70s.
Catch two of the finest, multi-talented, singer-songwriters around when Nellie Mckay comes to town Jan. 25 with Louisville's Brigid Kaelin opening at Headliner's Music Hall.