October 17, 2012 - 12:02pm
Eric Church and Justin Moore combined at the Yum Center made for one hell of a Sunday evening.
All Photo Credits: Brandie Story There were a lot of things I noticed about the Eric Church concert last Sunday evening. For starters, the overall concert was great. Any excuse to throw back a few cold beers on a Sunday always feeling like one final stand against a long forthcoming...
August 9, 2012 - 10:53pm
KISS and Motley Crue took the stage together for the first time since 1982.
Kiss AND Motley Crue in the same building? Sure, why not.Motley Crue took the stage first Wednesday night. From the back of the Yum! Center, I noticed some sort of parade. It turned out to be the entire Crue as well as a few back-up singers and dancers who were not wearing too much. To be expected...
January 11, 2011 - 11:00am
"These nine plays that we're doing in this series have just an amazing range of viewpoints and styles," said Michael Legg, director of the Apprentice/Intern Company program.
Adding to its already impressive slate of theatrical offerings, tonight Actors Theatre's Apprentice/Intern Company debuts The Tens, nine new ten-minute plays."These nine plays that we're doing in this series have just an amazing range of viewpoints and styles," said Michael Legg, director of the...
August 20, 2010 - 5:26pm
Chicago rock band The Academy Is... will spend an off-day from their tour with Gene and Paul at Club Oasis Sunday night.
Say what you want about the rock band KISS – but fact of the matter is that you haven’t spent this summer sharing a stage with them. And you would if you were given the chance… (Is it only me with rock ‘n roll dreams of such magnitude?)
July 28, 2010 - 3:39am
Although KISS is not bringing their Hottest Show on Earth tour to Louisville, they will be stopping in Cincinnati Friday, and Lexington band Superunknown will be one of the opening acts. Oh, and kids 14 and under can get in free.
I'll admit it. I was scared of Gene Simmons. As a little kid in the 70s, I prayed that I wouldn't have any dreams about KISS. Although I mentioned the band in those nightly prayers, it was Simmons who frightened me like no one else when I was seven.