The weather in Louisville turned cooler Thursday night, yet Uncle Slayton’s turned up the heat inside as Chris Pierce and Shane Alexander played the coffeehouse style venue on East Broadway. Relatively new to the Louisville music scene, Uncle Slayton’s hosted this awesome show, inviting two...
Friday night at Uncle Slayton's offered a welcome dose of traditional, rootsy country music with Lexington's Coralee and the Townies opening the show for Seattle's Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers.
From a city most often associated with rock legends Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain, Seattle's Zoe Muth instead became a folk music aficionado, inspired by the songs that chronicled the lives of rural people, hard times, and heartbreak.
Folk rocker Ari Hest will play at Louisville's new music venue, Uncle Slayton's on Monday, April 11, along with guest, Sarah Siskind. Siskind's album Say It Louder was named the Americana Album of the Year at the Nashville Music Awards in 2009.
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