November 14, 2012 - 8:50pm
JD Mcpherson satisfies Louisville once again
JD Mcpherson rocks Headliners Music Hall
JD Mcpherson and his amazing band gave a very wanting crowd quite a show at Headliners Music Hall on Sunday night. The opening acts did not disappoint either.The night began at 7 pm with Woodrow on the Radio planting the seeds of rock and roll and musical excitement. As always, Woody's wax...
October 25, 2012 - 10:28am
If you're a fan of rock and roll you've been listening to him for years. You just didn't know it.
Legendary saxophone player Bobby Keys showed an enthusiastic crowd at Headliners Music Hall Tuesday night, why he’s one of the greatest sidemen in rock and roll history.  He and his band “The Suffering Bastards” rocked the house as they highlighted some of the many songs over...
August 9, 2012 - 10:53pm
KISS Rock & Rolled All Night at the Yum! Center [Music]
KISS and Motley Crue took the stage together for the first time since 1982.
Kiss AND Motley Crue in the same building? Sure, why not.Motley Crue took the stage first Wednesday night. From the back of the Yum! Center, I noticed some sort of parade. It turned out to be the entire Crue as well as a few back-up singers and dancers who were not wearing too much. To be expected...
June 20, 2012 - 12:33pm
Come here the sermon delivered by Gary Clark Jr.! You may just find your guitarist Savior...
In short, quite possibly and I hope so!  At a mere 28 years old, Gary Clark Jr. has burst into the music scene the ‘old fashioned’ way.  Growing up in Austin, and already gigging in his teen years, he quickly became noticed and signed by local owner of Antone’s (joining...
November 23, 2010 - 10:31am
Backyard Tire Fire lead singer and guitarist Ed Anderson talks about the success of their latest album Good To Be and working with Los Lobos band member Steve Berlin as producer. BYT will perform with County Line at Zanzabar on Saturday, December 4.
Since 2002, the Bloomington, Illinois band Backyard Tire Fire has been putting out gritty rock and roll, a sound that draws comparisons to Tom Petty, Neil Young, and early Tom Waits, but with a little of the boisterousness of the Rolling Stones.
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