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.
This Elixir from Kentucky Opera is sweet and light with hummable tunes and a fine cast. Tenor Victor Ryan Robertson and soprano Emily Albrink shine as the would-be lovers in this comic opera.
‘There’s a Party in My City!’ tour plays two shows at Palace
Straight No Chaser, the a cappella band from Indiana University, proves that its much more than a novelty act with a strong performance and diverse set list at Horseshoe on Friday night.
Kentucky Opera's performance of two classic tales of love -- Italian style -- is beautiful to both the eye and ear. Just don't use them as a model for handling your own romantic disappointments.
A packed house danced and shared the love of a funky and spirited performance from Xavier Rudd and Izintaba at Headliner's Music Hall Wednesday night.
Train entertained the late-afternoon crowd on the main stage at HullabaLOU Friday night.
EOTO will show you the true meaning of a "live" performance.
Bass, bass, bass
Charlie Mars brought a lively show to Zanzabar that lived up to the groovy sound on his new CD, Like a Bird, Like a Plane.
Barenaked Ladies bring a little bit of sunshine to the River City Saturday night at the Palace.
Titus Andronicus hit town Wednesday night at Skull Alley, proving why Rolling Stone named them one of the year's best new bands.