September 28, 2012 - 11:52am
The new concert series, Faces @ The Palace, offers new hope of success for Louisville's up and coming musicians. The series begins tonight with DJ Matt Anthony, She Might Bite, and headlining act, The Tune Smiths
The gap that separates national and local music should be looked upon more so as a giant canyon. There are few and far between who succeed in crawling out to bridge the two together, but The Faces Concert Series that kicks off this evening at The Louisville Palace has created an arch of hope for...
April 28, 2012 - 7:31pm
Fans of Chicago and members of Chicago The Band Music Community swarmed about The Louisville Palace last night to see the legendary band play a two hour set to near sold out crowd.
Over four decades ago, a few guys started a band in Chicago and appropriately named themselves after the city they called home. Following events that could have disbanded the group and few line-up changes, Chicago is still strong with a fan base that follows their tour. A near sold out...
December 8, 2011 - 10:00am
311 had their day in Louisville with many fans coming out to support the new album, Universal Pulse.
311 hit the mainstream music scene in 1995 with their self titled album, sometime referred to as The Blue Album. For many attending, the show was a chance to revisit times past, whether in high school or college. The mood of the crowd was receptive when the band took the stage, yet the...
December 7, 2011 - 6:08pm
Since 1967, Chicago has entertained thousands of fans, released 46 albums, and toured the world as one of the longest running rock bands in America.
Chicago has a fair amount of metal to back up their musical success story with 22, 18 platinum, and 8 multi-platinum albums; not to mention five No. 1 albums and 21 top ten hits in 44 years of music. Changes to the band roster did not deter Chicago from releasing two albums in 2011;...
October 7, 2011 - 12:50am
A last minute opening change did not deter ticketholders from attending a nearly sold out show at The Louisville Palace last night. The smooth sounds of the Fleet Foxes echoed through the main theatre of The Palace entertaining the very diverse audience.
A glowing shout out to missing Van Dyke Parks as lead singer and songwriter Robin Pecknold noted Parks’ contributions to music began the show. The crowd whistled and yelled as the guitars, piano, cello, and drums began the sweet harmony so unique to the Fleet Foxes.