The success of Cabin's debut album, Govern the Good Life, in 2005 was sudden and somewhat unexpected, according to the band's frontman, Noah Hewett-Ball. Locally, at least, they were suddenly a big deal, gaining fans and even having their CD picked as one of the year's best by WFPK's Laura Shine.
If you make it to mid-week and need a little something to get you over the hump, you might try a freewheeling summer night at Skull Alley, a cool little venue at Broadway and Barrett (roughly) this Wednesday, June 9. These United States, a band with connections to both Lexington, KY and Washington...
Forecastle organizers announced today that they are adding another headlining band to the July 9-11 festival happening on the Waterfront next month. The Smashing Pumpkins join Widespread Panic and The Flaming Lips for an event that is quickly becoming one of the major music festivals in the nation...
If you’re looking for the perfect way to kick off your own Kentucky Derby festivities, you can’t get much more on theme than partying with some local rockabilly musicians whose latest CD is named for the classic ingredients of a mint julep.
Those who make it out of the house regularly for beers, camaraderie, and music, you've most likely run across Andrea Davidson's name. She's been playing around the scene for a couple years now and has a regular Thursday night thing at Saint's in St. Matthews on Thursdays.
“Louisville is for Lovers,” declares the popular CD series. Make Valentine’s Day—or any day—a bit more romantic with some songs from what I like to call the Official Louisville.com Valentine’s Day ’10 Mixtape. Enjoy. (Unless otherwise noted, all songs are available on iTunes.) --
Local music blog Backseat Sandbar (http://www.backseatsandbar.com) mostly reports on what music is coming to town, and rarely do they participate in the organization and/or promtion of concerts. But there's something they see in the electronica wizardry of Casiotone for the Painfully Alone so they'...
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