A summary of local news for December 10, 2010
The Louisville Youth Orchestra presents a special holiday concert this Sunday at the Youth Performing Arts School.
Cincinnati-based band Over the Rhine will play Kentucky Center's Bomhard Theater this Friday to promote their new album, The Long Surrender.
Louisville's venerable Bach Society will offer two Christmas performances this December.
Andrew Compton was killed a few weeks ago in the Highlands.
Last night in Louisville's Whitney Hall Get the Led Out: The American Led Zeppelin and its seven musicians provided three hours of Zeppelin classics that were eerily close to the actual album cuts.
The Whigs will rock Thanksgiving Eve next week at Headliner's Music Hall, along with local bands Midnite Sons and Bad Blood.
With Get the Led Out: The American Led Zeppelin making a stop at the Kentucky Center's Whitney Hall this Friday, I found it fitting to share some facts about the last time Led Zeppelin played Louisville (April 25, 1977).
See what the Louisville Youth Orchestra gets up to when they're not playing big arenas with rock bands. Their fall concert is this Sunday at Ballard High School.
The pictures say it all: Justin ! Bieber! Excitement! Here's the dude up close and in action.
Leave it to Bieber to ruffle some media feathers. The often written and talked about teen singer Justin Bieber plays the new KFC Yum! Center tonight offering harmless fun for a specific demographic.
Finally, an app that's worth downloading (on Android and iPhone). Ever want that Bieber hair on your head? Well no worries my friends, I can get you there for less than a large McDonald's sweet tea. Now sing with me, baby, baby, baby, ohhhhhh! Also, see how BieberHair looks on Rand Paul, Greg Fischer and Katie King!