A highly subjective list of my favorite musical experiences of the year -- all enjoyed here in Louisville. Add your own favorites to the list.
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.
Folk music's multi-instrumentalist Ben Kweller stops in Louisville to play at Zanzabar this Friday.
One Eskimo, Hugo, and Scars on 45 tuned up for a triple-bill on Breeder's Cup Eve at Zanazbar, offering a mix of melodic pop, funky grooves, and mellow, romantic rock.
Some must-sees for out-of-town guests to check out during the Breeders' Cup.
One Eskimo headlines a night of British indie rock this Friday night at Zanzabar. They are joined by Leeds band Scars on 45 and singer Hugo.
This Thursday night, you can check out three indie bands at Zanzabar -- The Walkmen, Japandroids, and Arms.
Band prepares to release full-length album
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.
Charlie Mars is embarked on a headlining tour to promote his grooving new release and will stop at Zanzabar next Wednesday, June 2 with Louisville's Andrea Davidson opening.
Music lovers in Louisville enjoyed a rare treat at Zanzabar on Easter Eve -- a dreamy indie line-up featuring the musically adventurous Fanfarlo along with Lawrence Arabia and Robert Francis.
Fresh from playing at Austin's South by Southwest Festival, indie folk band Fanfarlo comes to Zanzabar this Saturday, April 3, joined by fellow indie acts Lawrence Arabia and Robert Francis.