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    Monday 4/11

    Liquor Store / Birdcloud / Winger Brothers 


    Just like The Dictators, Blue Oyster Cult and Van Halen did before them, Liquor Store are here to deliver the hot rock n’ roll injection all red-blooded American souls crave.


    Tuesday 4/12

    Erin McKeown / MaryLeigh Roohan 


    Internationally-known Erin McKeown stops by Z-Bar for a compelling live performance.


    Huntertones / Squeeze-bot

    The New Vintage

    The Huntertones meld jazz, funk, soul, hip hop, gospel, R&B, rock, and probably bits of every other musical genre under the sun.


    Living Colour

    Mercury Ballroom

    The early-90’s hit “Cult of Personality” is bound to make an appearance.


    Wednesday 4/13

    Made of Oak


    Bittersweet hooks float through weighted bass while personal textures click, strum, and breathe, giving a tense intimacy to Nick Sanborn’s melodies


    Rivers & Rust

    The New Vintage

    A mix of soul, rock, and Americana for your Wednesday evening.


    Thursday 4/14

    JAKUBI / Adam Faucett / Tricky Cricket


    Commnion is bringing its monthly club nights to Louisville, hailing from residencies in places like New York City and Nashville.


    The Stolen Faces: Grateful Dead Tribute / The Allmamacs 

    The New Vintage

    A tribute band for some of the most loyal fans in music history.


    Old Crow Medicine Show

    Louisville Palace

    After over 15 years and 5 studio albums, Nashville’s Old Crow Medicine Show is coming back to Louisville.


    Friday 4/15

    EMEFE / Powell / Sick Velvet 


    Local sweethearts Powel are welcoming New York-based EMEFE to the Ville this weekend.


    Jay Farrar / Greg Silsby


    Founder of alternative country band Uncle Tupelo, Jay Farrar will be performing Son Volt’s “Trace”


    The Smashing Pumpkins

    Louisville Palace

    The world-famous band is bring alt-rock to Louisville Palace this Friday.


    Saturday 4/16

    Jen Foster / Amelia White


    A great show for the singer-songwriter starved.



    Waterfront Park

    It will get loud at this festival honoring Hunter S. Thompson.


    Sunday 4/17

    Bit Brigade


    Want a great video game music rock band? Well, here you go.


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    I'm a writer, a musician, and an almost-graduate from the University of Louisville. I currently live in Shelbyville, but please, don't hold that against me.

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