Interview: Adam Cohen comes into his own [Music]
Adam Cohen is the son of a legend, and with his album, Like a Man, he finally owns his place in the "family business."
Review: Barry Manilow basks in lovefest at the Palace [Music]
After a 15-year absence, Barry Manilow returned to Louisville on Friday night to a full-house at the Palace Theater.
Singer and composer Rob Morsberger to play the Rudyard Kipling Friday [Music]
Singer, songwriter and composer Rob Morsberger plays the Rudyard Kipling this Friday night with opener Amelia White.
Fanfarlo returns to Louisville with compelling new music this Thursday [Music]
British band Fanfarlo returns to Zanzabar Thursday night with compelling new music.
Review: Fanfarlo brings unique sound to Zanzabar [Music]
Fanfarlo stopped in at Zanzabar on their current tour, bringing impressive new songs from their recent album and showing off a lot of talent.
Gift of music: Barry Manilow to play the Palace, kicks off instrument drive [Music]
Barry Manilow is coming to town and promoting his charity, the Manilow Music Project, which provides musical instruments to public schools. Manilow plays the Palace on July 27 at 8:00 p.m.
Review: Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt trade stories and songs [Music]
Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt brought their acoustic show to the Brown Theatre Sunday for a grand night of masterful storytelling and songs.
Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt in concert at the Brown March 11 [Music]
Iconic singer-songwriters Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt will play an acoustic evening at the Brown Theatre on Sunday, March 11 at 7:00 p.m.
Kentucky Opera serves up a fast and loose Widow [Music]
Kentucky Opera presented its last production of the season, Franz Lehar's The Merry Widow. Full of fin de siecle excess and broad comedy, it's more musical theater than opera.
Replacement orchestra and conductor to fill pit for Kentucky Opera's The Merry Widow [Music]
The show will go on for Kentucky Opera's production of The Merry Widow with a replacement orchestra made up of local musicians and a late substitution for Kentucky Opera Conductor Joseph Mechavich, who announced his departure today.
Concert review: Ryan Adams thanks you for coming to his show [Music]
The always entertaining Ryan Adams turns in a fine solo acoustic performance at the Palace Theater on Monday night. He sings, he improvises, he talks in funny voices, and he breaks your heart.
Waterfront Independence Festival features eclectic music mix: Michael Franti, John Rich, Bettye LaVette [Music]
Waterfront Independence Festival offers two days of events on July 3 and 4 -- free concerts, family-friendly activities, fireworks, food, and drinks.
Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears at Headliners this Thursday [Music]
Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears bring old-school blues and funk to Headliners this Thursday night, July 19.
Review: Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears at Headliner's [Music]
Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears delivered a scorching set of rock, soul, and funk at Headliner's Thursday night.
Review: Lydia Loveless proves that good things come in small packages [Music]
Two rowdy women fronted bands at Uncle Slayton's Thursday night -- Louisville's Alabama Brown opened for Lydia Loveless.
Country-punk songstress Lydia Loveless vows to bring rowdy show to Uncle Slayton's [Music]
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.
Review: Winterpills at Uncle Slayton's [Music]
Flora Reed and Philip Price of the Winterpills delivered a beautiful set of old and new songs on Sunday at Uncle Slayton's.
Winterpills create lush pop with All My Lovely Goners [Music]
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.
2012 Grammy nominee Seth Glier to play Uncle Slayton's Feb. 1st [Music]
2012 Grammy nominee Seth Glier brings his piano-driven rock to Uncle Slayton's next Wednesday. He will also perform live on WHAS 11.
Review: The Marriage of Figaro goes on without an orchestra [Music]
The show must go on for Kentucky Opera, even without an orchestra. The Marriage of Figaro opened Friday night at the Brown Theatre.
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