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    Fischer Christmas 1_0.jpgMayor Greg Fischer has asked us to invite you to a free monthly series showcasing local musicians, artists and performers.  The Mayor’s Music and Art Series is the first Thursday of the month in the Mayor’s Gallery, 4th floor of Metro Hall, 527 W. Jefferson St.

    The next performance features one of Louisville’s fastest-rising singers, Carly Johnson and one of the city’s best guitarists, Craig Wagner teaming up for a super show. Thursday, Dec. 6. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. with music at 12:10 p.m.

    Brown-bag lunches will be permitted, but due to the historic nature of the Mayor’s Gallery, no outside drinks will be allowed. Louisville Water will provide Louisville pure tap at the performances.


    Held in the intimate setting of the Mayor’s Gallery at historic Louisville Metro Hall, these monthly performances will showcase local and regional musicians and artists.

    Performances are the first Thursday of the month, at 12 p.m. with music starting at about 12:10 and lasting about 45 minutes. All shows are free and open to the public, first come/first served.

    According to Mayor Fischer:  “Louisville has an international reputation for its music, performing and visual arts. We are creating an opportunity to showcase a diverse mix of performers and artists in the unique setting of Metro Hall, which is the people’s building.”

    All shows will be taped and broadcast on the city’s MetroTV channel which airs on Insight channel 25 and also online at

    The Kentucky Center is the city’s production partner and WFPK 91.9, is a media partner.

    Metro Hall 1107_0.jpgDirections to Metro Hall:

    527 W. Jefferson Street

    (Northwest corner of 5th and Jefferson.)

    More information about the series is available at

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