December 5, 2010 - 11:38pm
Louisville-based music firm Crash Avenue releases name-your-own-price compilations every month. For their December issue, all proceeds will go to the Andy Kotowicz Family Foundation. Stream the entire album for free now!
Over the course of six months, the Louisville-based music firm Crash Avenue has been releasing timely compilation albums featuring a broad array of artists each month. For their sixth issue, and final comp for the year, the firm will donate all proceeds made from the release to the Andy Kotowicz...
November 23, 2010 - 10:31am
Backyard Tire Fire lead singer and guitarist Ed Anderson talks about the success of their latest album Good To Be and working with Los Lobos band member Steve Berlin as producer. BYT will perform with County Line at Zanzabar on Saturday, December 4.
Since 2002, the Bloomington, Illinois band Backyard Tire Fire has been putting out gritty rock and roll, a sound that draws comparisons to Tom Petty, Neil Young, and early Tom Waits, but with a little of the boisterousness of the Rolling Stones.
November 4, 2010 - 1:40pm
My Morning Jacket pays tribute to its Louisville roots and shows its support for youth arts programs by playing a high-profile rock show with the Louisville Youth Orchestra Symphony. Music Director Jason Seber explains how it all came together.
October 20, 2010 - 9:00am
Party down and dress up with local bands Dangerbird, The Bad Reeds, and Cougar Express on Halloween Eve at DeadBird Studios.
For local music fans, Halloween weekend is shaping up to be pretty epic. You can follow up My Morning Jacket playing the KFC Yum Center on Friday with three more local rock and roll bands playing a Halloween concert on Saturday night, October 30 – and you can even wear your Freddy Krueger mask.
July 29, 2012 - 8:05pm
Zombie party on Thursday September 16 includes sign ups to be in a zombie movie filming on Sunday September 19 by Southern Indiana filmmaker Ray Cart.
Meister Productions is a film production company that began out of
necessity. Southern Indiana filmmaker Ray Cart began as a writer before
taking an interest in film. He would toss around ideas with friends
for movies and then began to convert those into treatments and rough