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.
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.
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.
As leader of the Sunshine band since the early 1970s, Harry Casey has enjoyed great success, but as KC himself tells Louisville.com, fame isn't always so great, and the term "disco," well let's just say it annoys him. He also talks about what to expect at his upcoming Concert for the Cure show Saturday in Jeffersonville.
Just a few weeks removed from their appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, Jukebox The Ghost is touring in support of their new album Everything Under the Sun, and Louisville-native, pianist, singer-songwriter Ben Thornewill took a few minutes out of a busy day in New York to talk with Louisville.com.
Founding member of The Jayhawks, Mark Olson comes to the Rudyard Kipling September 18. Embarked on a new tour, his latest solo effort is the poetic Many Colored Kite.
Justin Townes Earle brings his tour to town just as his new album, Harlem River Blues, drops on Tuesday. He's riding high on nearly unanimous critical praise -- and that's just his wardrobe.
Surfer dude, environmental activist, and musician Xavier Rudd brings a taste of world music to Headliner's Music Hall with his new band Izintaba.
Acclaimed bluegrass star Dan Tyminski, who will perform with The Travelin' McCourys Friday at HullabaLOU, took talked with Louisville.com about how he helped bring bluegrass to a wider audience, a new Alison Kraus and Union Station album, and what fans can expect at HullabaLOU.
Just a couple days away from his band's Saturday show at Forecastle, DEVO co-founder Jerry Casale talked with Louisville.com about the band's new CD Something For Everybody, their stage show, and the wonders of Yo Gabba Gabba!
Kinetix is an energetic Denver rock band that will help to open up Forecastle Festival 2010 on the East Stage. Bassist Josh Fairman spoke to Louisville.com about their music.
Front man Patterson Hood talks about his influences, songwriting, and calls Louisville a hip city in an interview that should help get fans ready for Drive-By Truckers' appearance at Forecastle Festival Friday on the Main Stage.