No, they didn't play "Popular."
Drummer Ira Elliot evaluates their “Popular” past, jazz-fusion and a garage revival. Catch them at Headliners this Sunday.
In between the downpours of rain, those who made it out to the Palace Theater last night experienced a multifaceted stage production.
Tomorrow, March 23rd, Louisville’s Palace Theater welcomes Jane’s Addiction as they tour in support of The Great Escape Artist, their first record as a reunited band.
Revolutionary African artist Bassekou Kouyate and his band Ngoni Ba unpack the lutes this Thursday.
The Louisville Palace welcomed the Pixies last night into, according to Kim Deal, the most beautiful venue they've ever played.
The reunited band makes Louisville's Palace Theater the next stop on their Doolittle exclusive tour this Wednesday. Guitarist Joey Santiago spoke to Louisville.com about his side project with drummer Dave Lovering and keepin' on with the Pixies.
Lo-fi veteran Lou Barlow returns to Headliners this Friday to celebrate the reissue of Sebadoh's beloved Bakesale. And cats.
Headliners looked more like the inside of a kaleidoscope last night when the Black Angels rolled through with Spindrift and Dead Meadow. Pair this with a spree of psychedelic music and prepare for deep space.
This Friday the Black Angels return to Louisville at Headliners after two consecutive cancelations in the past. Guitarist/vocalist Alex Maas took some time to reflect on visual songwriting, black metal and describing the unknown.
Last night marked the final WFPK Waterfront Wednesday of the year. They Might Be Giants headlined a beautiful evening along the water and commanded unified warfare within the crowd; sock puppet TMBG cover band The Avatars also made an appearance.
They Might Be Giants returns to Louisville to send off the last Waterfront Wednesday of the year. The band's other half, John Flansburgh, takes a moment to discuss the new record and sketchy situations.
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