Allen Poe is a seasoned hip-hop artist, but hip-hop wasn't his first passion.
Meet the man behind the fire extinguisher; Louisville's most absurdly funny entertainer.
Don’t miss the Louisville Free Public Library’s annual Halloween celebration – Once Upon A Time.
They're promoting their long-awaited album, “What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World.”
Chris Thile's latest band Punch Brothers is coming back for a show in his adopted home state.
Take a look at who among this city's vibrant music scene will walk away with awards on November 5.
It may seem a little insane, but we promise it's worth it. We’re bringing you the live music you shouldn't miss for every night of the week in Louisville.
It may be THE artistic event of the season - it's certainly a unique opportunity to see an epic of 20th Century music. The Louisville Orchestra, led by Teddy Abrams, presents Leonard Bernstein's Mass, featuring baritone Jubilant Sykes.
Aliens hovered behind the stage in their saucers. A large, furry yeti and a cardboard unicorn creature cheered on the bands. More decorations and artwork lined the walls. And a time machine offered festivalgoers a chance to skip ahead or fall backwards and relive their favorite moment of FlatFest.
Heather Bond is a charismatic rising star out of Nashville who will be celebrating the release of her new album with a show at New Vintage.
Kentucky Opera scored a victory with the opening of its 2015 season, choosing a crowd-pleasing Verdi opera whose story is so well known, the audience can skip the synopsis and just relax into the unfolding story.
One of Louisville's favorite and most elusive bands is back at Haymarket Whiskey Bar