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    Live in Lou: Louisville Music November 2-8
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    Every week, Louisville.com presents a list of where to go and what to do for live music in Lou. Here it is!

    Monday (11/2)

    Haymarket Whiskey bar 

    Coined as the “neighborhood mixed tape," make Monday night your vinyl night. Bring in your own record and they’ll play it for all the Haymarket world to hear. Plus they have free Spinelli’s pizza at 10 P.M.!

    Tuesday (11/3)

    Headliners Music Hall

    Time to get early 2000s nostalgic everyone. Bust out the chucks and skinny jeans. 

    Bomhard Theater Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts

    Stoked about this one. Singer/songwriter Kat Edmonson has a voice like no other;  poignant with a vintage flair.

    Zanzabar 

    This trio is another multi-genre, style mixing band from Nashville. Classic rock, country, and R& B mixed with gritty vocals and fuzzy guitar riffs. 

    Wednesday (11/4)

    The New Vintage

    Multi-instrumentalist Ben Musser's "indie-acoustic soul and roots project" is only two people, but has the power of a full band. Plus his music video "Dogs" is full of puppies! 

    Thursday (11/5)

    Zanzabar

    East Coast veteran, Aaron Livingston, better known as Son Little has collaborated with The Roots and RJD2. He's hip hop, blues, and velvety smooth. He's also playing with a local favorite, Discount Guns

     

    Headliners Music Hall

    All the way from the Lone Star state, if country music is your thing, Aaron Watson is your thing. 

    The New Vintage

    A local mid-west lineup. Featuring Louisvillians, Cincinnati natives, and Bowling Greeners. 

    Friday (11/6)

    Mercury Ballroom 

    Currently signed with Dej Jam, Justin Scott, (better known as Big K.R.I.T) is associated with other rappers like Curren$y and Wiz Khalifia. 

    The New Vintage 

    Rustic Americana, rootsy singer/songwriters, and sweet folky goodness. 

    Saturday (11/7)

    Zanzabar

    A blues rock duo all the way from San Diego. They're like "biscuits and gravy". 

    Headliners Music Hall 

    Another mid-west line-up featuring bands from Louisville, Lexington, and Nashville. 

    The New Vintage

    Country roots sweeter than honey. 

     

     

    Photo Courtesy of Kat Edmonson 

     

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    Loretta Lynn is the best country music singer of all time and if you don't like pickled foods, you can leave.

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