46-year-old Gill Holland lives in the Highlands and has a Nulu office inside his Green Building, stops for 21 Questions with Louisville Magazine.
His name means "gift of God," his beard means business, and he's performing at Headliners Music Hall this Thursday, July 21st. Matisyahu speaks about Judaism and recording in Louisville.
David Dominé, the "Bluegrass Peasant," is the author of several travel books and cookbooks including Ghosts of Old Louisville and, most recently, 111 Fabulous Food Finds in Kentucky, which features some of the region's best eateries.
Twenty-one questions with Jeremy Sharfe, 32-year-old mascot, musician, high school teacher and South Louisville resident.
This Friday marks the final performance of Louisville's beloved funky collective, Lucky Pineapple, who have graced the local scene for nearly seven years. For their last interview, I brought the band into ear-X-tacy as an inspiration to talk about their musical influences.
Alejandro Escovedo and his band, The Sensitive Boys, are coming to Headliner's Music Hall this Thursday with rocker Jesse Malin to open. In this interview, Escovedo talks about his newest record and his long and varied musical career.
This Thursday, Headliners will ring with laughs as comedians Neil Hamburger, Todd Barry and Brendon Walsh continue on their Spring Value Tour. Mr. Hamburger took time to speak with Louisville.com prior to his show on April 14th.
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit are playing Headliner's this Friday night. In this interview, Isbell talks about songwriting and growing up in the music-steeped area around Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Kentucky Opera caps off its season this weekend with the popular tragic opera Madame Butterfly. Meet the woman behind the wig and makeup design for this production, Sue Sittko Schaefer.
Singer-songwriter Jay Farrar will play a solo show at Phoenix Hill on Thursday, Nov. 11 at 8:00 p.m. with opener Jessica Lea Mayfield. In an interview, he talks about what's coming up next.
Kentucky native Chad Sloan takes the role of Belcore in Kentucky Opera's production of Donizetti's Elixir of Love. The baritone tells how he got his start in Kentucky's arts programs.
Joe Pug is a Chicago-based singer-songwriter coming to Skull Alley on October 13. In this interview, he talks about his approach to songwriting and creating a fan base from the ground up.