A little bit country and a little bit punk rock, Lydia Loveless rolls into Uncle Slayton's this Thursday night, touring behind her album, Indestructible Machine.
Patterson Hood of Drive By Truckers speaks about writing, story telling and memories that shape his songs.
The reunited band makes Louisville's Palace Theater the next stop on their Doolittle exclusive tour this Wednesday. Guitarist Joey Santiago spoke to Louisville.com about his side project with drummer Dave Lovering and keepin' on with the Pixies.
Lo-fi veteran Lou Barlow returns to Headliners this Friday to celebrate the reissue of Sebadoh's beloved Bakesale. And cats.
Blues singer and guitarist Joe Bonamassa brings his band to the Palace Theater Tuesday, November 15 at 8 p.m. In this interview, he talks about his latest projects and his passion for the Blues.
This Friday the Black Angels return to Louisville at Headliners after two consecutive cancelations in the past. Guitarist/vocalist Alex Maas took some time to reflect on visual songwriting, black metal and describing the unknown.
Mr. Martin and I talk design, life, tragedy and true genius in the legacy of Frederick Law Olmsted. Join Justin Martin, author of Genius of Place: The Life of Frederick Law Olmsted, on Wednesday, October 12th for an evening of good food and book discussion at 610 Magnolia restaurant.
Fans are excited that the original Jayhawks members are back together. Front-man Gary Louris talks about reuniting the band and their new album Mockingbird Time. The Jayhawks play the Brown Theatre Friday, October 14.
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.
Atmosphere stops at Headliner's this Wednesday, September 14th on vacation with labelmates Blueprint and Evidence. Sean Daley, the other half of Atmosphere, speaks about Eddie Murphy, his six day stint in Deep Puddle Dynamics and crybabies.
Performing with Colbie Caillat next Wednesday at Brown Theatre, "Keep Your Head Up" star Andy Grammer is very happy to be in the popular music conversation, but he still has a lot he wants to do.
46-year-old Gill Holland lives in the Highlands and has a Nulu office inside his Green Building, stops for 21 Questions with Louisville Magazine.