Charlie Mars brought a lively show to Zanzabar that lived up to the groovy sound on his new CD, Like a Bird, Like a Plane.
After a few week push back it's officially here...
Take a long lunch. Louisville.com says it’s okay.
The best accordion, banjo, tuba and tiny drums band around gives you another chance to attend your prom.
Ray Rizzo returns to Louisville with Motherlodge extravaganza of music and theater.
"Hebrew soul" singer to perform at music festival this weekend
While it seems that these days the trend has shifted from clubby spots serving overpriced drinks and watered down entertainment, The Zeppelin Cafe flies under the weak sauce radar, and stays true to what is both good and great about neighborhood bars that still double as a cafe, serve a stiff drink, and provide that home away from home feeling.
A neighborhood bar that stands up firm against the sands of time, with a new vibrancy and clientele. Yesteryear's biker bar and piss stained sidewalks transformed over the years into the new place to go, have a drink, and catch a live local show.
Indie darlings the Watson Twins began in Louisville and wound up in the fictional town of Bon Temps, Louisiana. Chandra Watson discusses her and sister Leigh’s new album, the exposure from “True Blood” and coming back home and playing to new fans—and those who knew them when.
Europe and Louisville mix it up on stage with their acoustic rocket sauce.
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