Celebrate the new year and support Skull Alley as they give their final farewell to the Louisville music scene.
A highly subjective list of my favorite musical experiences of the year -- all enjoyed here in Louisville. Add your own favorites to the list.
The beloved local music and arts venue Skull Alley plans to close its doors by January 1st.
Some of the best contemporary singing and songwriting was on display at Skull Alley Wednesday night -- Vandaveer opening for Chicago-based Joe Pug and his Hundred Mile Band.
Joe Pug is a Chicago-based singer-songwriter coming to Skull Alley on October 13. In this interview, he talks about his approach to songwriting and creating a fan base from the ground up.
Orbs reward a small crowd at Skull Alley with an impressive set of epic progressive rock and a lush landscape of creepy, dreamy imagery.
Three bands of the louder, heavier variety will be playing Skull Alley Friday night, including local metal band, Old Vikings, Boston's Junius, and "supergroup" Orbs.
Much-traveled rockers These United States are headlining a show at Skull Alley this Wednesday, June 9, with local bands Yardsale and The Genius File.
Titus Andronicus hit town Wednesday night at Skull Alley, proving why Rolling Stone named them one of the year's best new bands.
Louisville has always had a pretty swingin' little music scene and the success of Skull Alley on Broadway keeps it humming right along.