Two orchestral rock bands burst the seams at Zanzabar with passionate performances.
The Okkervil River, which was initially moved to the Louisville Palace due to a construction delay at the Mercury Ballroom -- has now been canceled.
Winterpills will open for Freedy Johnston at Uncle Slayton's this Sunday, June 16 at 8:30 p.m.
Neko Case was as much as stand-up comedian as she was a vocal powerhouse at Forecastle on Sunday, displaying her big voice and big personality in equal measure.
Definition-defying Dr. Dog treated Forecastle fans to a rollicking good time, bringing their legendary live act to the Waterfront and leaving grinning fans in their wake.
Pennsylvania's own Dr. Dog will provide a musical blast from the past for Forecastle attendees this Saturday, July 14, at 6 p.m. on the Mast Stage.
Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss of Sleigh Bells are set to land at Forecastle's Mast Stage on Friday, July 13, at 9:10 p.m. Whether or not the festival will survive their gigantic sound, earth-splitting guitar riffs, and boot-stomping electrobeats remains to be seen.
Drummer Ira Elliot evaluates their “Popular” past, jazz-fusion and a garage revival. Catch them at Headliners this Sunday.
The Fray performed a better show than they did at the Super Bowl but had some complications.
One Eskimo, Hugo, and Scars on 45 tuned up for a triple-bill on Breeder's Cup Eve at Zanazbar, offering a mix of melodic pop, funky grooves, and mellow, romantic rock.
One Eskimo headlines a night of British indie rock this Friday night at Zanzabar. They are joined by Leeds band Scars on 45 and singer Hugo.
This Thursday night, you can check out three indie bands at Zanzabar -- The Walkmen, Japandroids, and Arms.
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