Winterpills will open for Freedy Johnston at Uncle Slayton's this Sunday, June 16 at 8:30 p.m.
Uncle Slayton presented a line up of up and coming performers to keep an ear out for.
Louisville Local Makes Ladies Swoon
Audrey Cecil and Amanda Lucas plan to spend more time on the road promoting "The Fall Back" in 2013
A little bit country and a little bit punk rock, Lydia Loveless rolls into Uncle Slayton's this Thursday night, touring behind her album, Indestructible Machine.
The White Russians Take Bluegrass Music To Louisville Streets.
The White Russians play Uncle's Slayton's along Broadway to kick start the Kentucky Derby Parade.
This concert included a couple in love, drinking, race horsing, a smoke shop, a velociraptor, and a drag queen... along with some gypsy jazz rock.
Flora Reed and Philip Price of the Winterpills delivered a beautiful set of old and new songs on Sunday at Uncle Slayton's.
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.
“If you want to experience something different, sing along, snap along, stomp along, sssssnake along, and if you don't mind mixing your folk, swing, gypsy and pop together with a twist of all-but-the-kitchen-sink percussion, you should come out and join our circus of freaks!” This theatrical troupe of musicians has shared the stage with other great names such as Emmylou Harris, Dan Hicks, Glen Campbell, Nanci Griffith, The Decemberists, Keb Mo, Tom Tom Club, Iron and Wine, Punch Brothers, Tony Trischka, John Hammond, John Jorgenson and many others.
The Real Nasty plays with attitude and conviction; the fans dance and sing.
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