This weekend Mercury Ballroom has two separate shows paying tribute to two Rock n' Roll's greatest bands, Led Zeppelin and The Band, respectively.
Louisville jazz titan Dick Sisto comes to Clifton Center with an incredibly unique and interesting performance.
These Georgia rockers are brining their country-infused rock to the Bluegrass.
The controversial R&B giant comes to Louisville.
There is tons of live music filling the River City on Oaks night, so go out and be merry and be hung over for Derby.
Jay Farrar brings a catalogue of a life spent in music to Louisville.
Read up on Katie Hertzig's 4/26 Headliner's show and a review of her newly released album 'Walk Through Walls.'
Country boys Montomgery Gentry, and 90's alt-rockers Everclear are two cost effective options for live music this weekend.
Jim Needler hosts his monthly show of live local talent at The Bard's Town from 6 -8. $3 cover
Rock n' Roll Hall of Famer Booker T. Jones comes to town as reminder of why he's still a classic.
Derby Eve means great lots of great live music in the River City, here are a couple of options if you find yourself downtown.
A concert review for the all-star tribute show's stop in Louisville.