In preparation for their Friday night concert at The Brown Theatre, Drive-By Truckers' frontman Patterson Hood took some time to talk with Louisville.com about the current tour, their forthcoming album, and what fans can expect at their Louisville show. Hint: Expect the unexpected.
Canadian band Stars will bring it's distinctive and melodic style of indie rock to Headliners Sunday night.
Original member Charlie Mechling and the rest of Straight No Chaser will perform at Horseshoe Casino Friday October 1. A few days before the show, Charlie spoke with Louisville.com about the band's new album and tour, replacing a founding member, and his dad's record collection.
The a cappella ten-piece from Indiana University is touring in support of their first non-holiday release, With a Twist, and will be performing at Horseshoe Casino on Friday October 1.
Legendary and genre-crossing guitarist Pat Metheny brings his innovative Orchestrion tour to Louisville's Brown Theatre on Saturday October 2.
Randy Newman will have over four decades worth of acerbic pop songs and Oscar-worthy film compositions to choose from when he plays with The Louisville Orchestra Saturday at Whitney Hall.
A family band that sounds nothing like DeBarge or The Jets, The Kopecky Family plays their blend of classical and indie rock at The Rud this Thursday in support of their new EP.
Smooth jazz band Pieces of a Dream to headline free concert at Fourth Street Live! Sunday evening. Although the weather will be hot, the music will certainly be cool.
Plan your must-see arts events right now. Here's what's coming up in classical music, opera, and ballet this fall.
Now that Forecastle and HullabaLOU have passed, here's a rundown of an eclectic mix of Louisville concerts scheduled for August-October, including Randy Newman, Stars, John Prine, and My Morning Jacket.
While throngs of people were in the stands and infield, arguably the finest set at HullabaLOU was happening in the paddock Friday when Dan Tyminski joined The Travelin' McCourys for some bluegrass magic.
Sunday at Forecastle Festival 2010, Sara Watkins showed off her virtuoso fiddle playing and emotive voice and proved she has a bright future with or without Nickel Creek.