Disco Aliens speak with Louisville.com as they prepare for a pre-Thunder invasion at the Glassworks Rooftop this Friday, April 15th.
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.
Cage the Elephant gives Kentucky the full treatment with a meet n' greet and acoustic set at Ear-x-Tacy followed up with their sold-out gig at Headliners last night.
Experimental duo The Books create mind stimulating music that is as beautiful as it is unsettling. On April 3rd, they bring their vision to Headliners.
Despite the dreary and often unpredictable climate of Kentucky, it didn’t appear to put a damper on Ra Ra Riot’s energetic show at Headliner’s last night.
You're guaranteed a fun night with these guys on the bill. Don't miss them when they play Headliners Music Hall this Friday, March 18th.
Every month the Louisville-based PR firm Crash Avenue releases a free compilation album featuring a broad array of artists on each issue. This month features Louisville band the Deloreans and many more.
Robert Pollard said himself that it's great to be back in Louisville. In light of this, GBV put on a drawn-out celebration of their reunion finale on Saturday.
This Saturday, the legendary rockers from Dayton, Ohio make Louisville the final stop on their infamous classic line-up reunion tour with Times New Viking. This is actually a big deal.
Celebrate the new year and support Skull Alley as they give their final farewell to the Louisville music scene.
The beloved local music and arts venue Skull Alley plans to close its doors by January 1st.
PechaKucha is a unique event in which artists and designers showcase their work through 20 images in 20 seconds. Returning for its second round in Louisville, 21c will play host.