It was one hell of a show.
This saturday, folk-americana band Nellie Pearl releases their debut album at the Tim Faulkner Gallery.
California based band Devils Makes Three will be returning to Louisville this weekend at Mercury Ballroom.
Grace & Tony and the Misty Mountain String Band played The New Vintage Saturday night, bringing refreshing new takes on traditional bluegrass and roots music.
Tony White of "punkgrass" act Grace & Tony talks about how they found their sound and what it's like to tour full-time behind their first full-length album of original songs, November. The duo stops at The New Vintage on March 22.
Old Crow Medicine Shows carries The Palace back!
OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW TOMORROW NIGHT AT THE PALACE!!!!
Neko Case was as much as stand-up comedian as she was a vocal powerhouse at Forecastle on Sunday, displaying her big voice and big personality in equal measure.
Folk-rocker Ari Hest will perform at Uncle Slayton's next Monday night at 7:30 p.m. along with singer-songwriter Sarah Siskind. Hest is touring behind a new album, Sunset Over Hope Street.
Railroad Earth’s sound isn’t country; and it isn’t bluegrass, and it isn’t rock. But they do mix all of those genres extremely well to create a hard to characterize collection of tunes.
Butter up your honey for Valentine's Day with a little musical poetry from Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt, performing an acoustic show together at Whitney Hall on February 13 at 7:00 p.m.
"I don't perform. I'm just me," says pretensionless Michael Young, host of WFPK's Sunday-evening Roots n' Boots show.