Miranda Lambert along with her "On Fire Tour" set the KFC Yum Center to flames with the whole house rocking.
Acoustic duo Philip Price and Flora Reed of the Winterpills will play Uncle Slayton's on Sunday, March 18, touring behind the recent release of their fifth studio album, All My Lovely Goners.
“This is the most crowded I’ve ever seen Headliner’s,” a girl shouted to me as the opening act, “Larry & his Flask” seriously revved up to wind their show down. She wasn’t far from wrong – Headliner’s was almost at capacity with some of Louisville’s rowdiest to see The Reverend Horton Heat with special guests “The Goddamn Hallows”, and “Larry & His Flask” who gave a serious foot-stompin’, soul scratchin’ sermon of unholy loudness. This past Tursday, March 8th, service was held by Heat and friends on their "Stewed, Screwed, & Tattooed" tour.
The Unveil that you have waited for is here. Jeff Gaither and Captain JK McKnight have put together a swashbuckling new design, and lineup for the 2012 Forecastle Festival.
After weeks of waiting, the lineup for Forecastle 2012 has been announced! Ten years of music, arts, and activism.
From No Town To Motown is a musical celebration of African - American music highlighting the Motown sound. This event is a fundraiser for the Louisville Central Community Center's Kids Art Academy which serves over 200 school age youth annually.
If you’re looking for a funky, hip, sophisticated and sheik social scene step into the doors one of the most welcoming galleries in Louisville. This weekend, Revelry’s Forecastle X Festival Poster Art Unveil was just another example of the talented and promising artist that exhibit their work at Revelry.
Dark Side of the Wall will be performing 16 years of classic Pink Floyd tracks (1967-1983) at the Brown Theatre on February 25th. Limited number of tickets are still available!
The Boys WERE back in town!
Singer, songwriter and composer Rob Morsberger plays the Rudyard Kipling this Friday night with opener Amelia White.
The life and times of the influential country singer Patsy Cline are chronicled in Patsy Cline: A Life in Concert at Centerstage.
The Real Nasty plays with attitude and conviction; the fans dance and sing.