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    Live in Lou: Louisville Music February 23-27
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    Tuesday (02/23)

    Mercury Ballroom
    Get ready to dance Louisville. This show is going to get you moving, no doubt about it.
    Zanzabar
    Agent Orange approaches classic punk with a surfer rock tinge. Joining them is Colorado band, In The Wale. They’re a group on the up and up. Better see them now for they “won’t be local for long.” This show has local support from another surf rock influenced band, The Get Down.
    Highlands Tap Room
    Enjoy a night of rap duos from Louisville. It takes two, baby. 

    Wednesday (02/24)

    Headliners Music Hall
    This is the show not to miss this week. Kurt Vile’s latest album “b’lieve i’m goin down…” is one of the best records of 2015. The singer-songwriter has a weird disconnected-connected vibe in his music that draws you in and keeps you present. We’ll see you there Louisville.

    Zanzabar
    The Atlanta quintet, Muuy Biien, is fidgety and high energy, so if you’re into that, which you should be, then check this show out. Playing with them is local band Doctor Girlfriend. I caught their show last Saturday at Kaiju, it was sick. 

    Thursday (02/25)

    Afroman
    Haymarket Whiskey Bar
    Yes, you read that right. Afroman at Haymarket? It’s true. I’m feeling nostalgic in more ways than one and I’m sure you are too. See you there because, well, you know how it goes.

    The New Vintage
    Chew, stylized, as CHEW is really something to bite into and savor. The Atlanta trio’s sound is psych, prog, experimental, and general weird shit. Local support for this show is by the band of brothers, Powell.

    Zanzabar
     Time to get folky and rock out. 
    Headliners Music Hall
    This is some real honky tonk, outlaw. Listen close. You might learn a lesson or two.​

    Kaiju
    Another great local line up! 

    Friday (02/26)

    Headliners Music Hall
    Oh! It’s so good! Have you seen our Louisville Studio Sessions with Nellie Pearl? Another Louisville.com favorite, Frederick the Younger is playing. We’ll be there and so should you.
     
    Zanzabar
    “I can’t drive 64” is the name of this show. Relatable.  Aside from having a great name, there’s great music too. I always have fun when Tsunami Samurai plays. They’re a local surf rock group with a great name too.

    Kaiju
    More locals, but it’s not locals only. It’s okay to invite yourself.  Black Birds of Paradise are one of my personal favorites. They’re fun to watch. Plus, that vibraphone has it going on.

    The New Vintage
    It’s going to be noisy at the vintage tonight folks!

    Saturday (2/27)

    Zanzabar
    The New Vintage
    You know them, we know them, and we all love them. Check out our review of Twin Limb's "Anything is Possible and Nothing Makes Sense." 
    Headliners Music Hall
    Mercury Ballroom
    “Trashgrass” as they call themselves, is a unique blend of bluegrass and jamgrass. 
     

     
    Cover Image Courtesy of Nellie Pearl 
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