John Prine played a spirited two-hour set Friday night to an appreciative crowd at The Louisville Palace, performing songs that spanned his 40-year career. Sara Watkins was a worthy opener who also proved to be a fine duet partner for Prine.
Miss the Daniel Tosh show at the Louisville Palace on Wednesday, October 20? Tosh was his normal, irreverant self, showcasing jokes about anyone and everyone, even slinging a few at the audience.
Singer-songwriter John Prine will be bringing nearly 40 years worth of material with him to The Louisville Palace on Friday night. Sara Watkins will open the show, which starts at 8:00.
Daniel Tosh, host of Comedy Central program, "Tosh.0," will return to Louisville Wednesday, Oct. 20 at the Louisville Palace.
‘There’s a Party in My City!’ tour plays two shows at Palace
Two high-energy shows at the Palace
Ahead of his show at the Louisville Palace on October 16, legendary folk-rocker Gordon Lightfoot talks about songwriting and his career in music. He still loves performing and checking out up-and-coming talent in his native Canada.
Barenaked Ladies bring a little bit of sunshine to the River City Saturday night at the Palace.
Canadian favorites Barenaked Ladies return to Louisville for first time in thirteen years with a slightly new look.
Deer Tick opens for Dr. Dog this Friday, May 7 at Headliners, while downtown, the Goo Goo Dolls are on tap for the Louisville Palace.
Phoenix rocked the house at the Louisville Palace with chic rock and a cool light show.
Paris-based alt-rock band Phoenix is playing the Louisville Palace this Thursday, April 22 at 8:00 p.m. Fresh from Coachella and on the road to Bonnaroo, this is your chance to see them minus the tents, sweat, and porta-potties.