Two orchestral rock bands burst the seams at Zanzabar with passionate performances.
Grace & Tony and the Misty Mountain String Band played The New Vintage Saturday night, bringing refreshing new takes on traditional bluegrass and roots music.
St. Paul & the Broken Bones played to a sold-out crowd at Zanzabar Friday evening.
Josh Ritter charmed his Louisville audience Monday night at Headliners.
Angel Olsen didn't disappoint in a live performance at Zanzabar Thursday night.
Adam Cohen and Rufus Wainwright shine in a night of gorgeous songs and melodies at the Iroquois Amphitheater.
After a 15-year absence, Barry Manilow returned to Louisville on Friday night to a full-house at the Palace Theater.
No, they didn't play "Popular."
Two rowdy women fronted bands at Uncle Slayton's Thursday night -- Louisville's Alabama Brown opened for Lydia Loveless.
In between the downpours of rain, those who made it out to the Palace Theater last night experienced a multifaceted stage production.
Fanfarlo stopped in at Zanzabar on their current tour, bringing impressive new songs from their recent album and showing off a lot of talent.
Flora Reed and Philip Price of the Winterpills delivered a beautiful set of old and new songs on Sunday at Uncle Slayton's.