July 12, 2010 - 1:32am
Dar Williams may only have performed eleven songs in her hour set on Sunday at Forecastle Festival 2010, but her stories and conversation gave the already vivid songs even more life.
The two massive disco balls which hung over the stage were so not Dar Williams. In place presumably for Sunday night's Flaming Lips grand finale to Forecastle Festival 2010, they just wouldn't work for Williams. (By the way, 90% of the disco balls in the US are made here in Louisville).
July 11, 2010 - 2:18am
The sights and sounds of a music festival would not be complete without plenty of rock t-shirts. Saturday night's Forecastle was no exception.
There are some things you can expect to see when you go to a music festival. Saturday night at Forecastle was filled with plenty of blankets and lawn chairs, hippies and hipsters, smokers (some doing so legally even), tattoos, fist pumping fans, tents, merchandise booths, etc. But in any eclectic...
July 11, 2010 - 2:07am
Seeing Devo live in 2010 is probably a lot like it would have been in 1980, and Saturday's show at Forecastle was fun and - at times - wonderfully strange.
Saturday evening on the Main Stage at the Forecastle Festival in Waterfront Park, Devo ripped through a nineteen-song set in 75 minutes; they changed costumes; they danced with reckless abandon ... and to think four out of five band members are in their late 50s or early 60s.
July 9, 2010 - 9:42am
Just a couple days away from his band's Saturday show at Forecastle, DEVO co-founder Jerry Casale talked with Louisville.com about the band's new CD Something For Everybody, their stage show, and the wonders of Yo Gabba Gabba!
Pop culture icons DEVO will be be performing at 7:30 on the West Stage at the Forecastle Festival 2010 on Saturday July 10. The band known for clever videos, energy dome hats, and its huge hit Whip It has returned with Something For Everybody, their first studio album in twenty years. But that's...
July 9, 2010 - 1:08am
Indie rock band Minus the Bear will try to distance themselves from all the other bands with the word "bear" in its name when they play Sunday at Forecastle Festival.
Seattle-based Minus the Bear will be performing at 5:30 on the West Stage at the Forecastle Festival 2010 on Sunday July 11. They are touring in support of their latest CD Omni was released in May and hit the Top 50 on the Billboard Album chart.