Twin Limb's debut EP is finally ready, and we've got a sneak preview for you.
Seven bands, one crazy drummer, and a festival to celebrate it all.
Church for The Devil's Music Sinners....
Saturday night Mercury Ballroom became the living world of Wes Anderson. A world created to raise funds for the Fair event Vendors Alliance.
A local band has played their 50th show at Spinelli's and still continue to strive and prosper.
Creative, energetic music in an outdoor amphitheater. What more could you want?
Forecastle's youngest act Scarlet Smile will be performing for a hometown crowd at Forecastle on Saturday, July 14, at 3:45 p.m. on the Port Stage.
Mateo Barnett is a Louisville musician who sings and plays mandolin, accordian, and keyboards.
The Winston Hours will play live on Crescent Hill Radio.
"A Night of Rockin' Females" at Zazoo's Friday, May 11 featuring: She Might Bite, Rambos, Vanna Inget and your very own Louisville retro rock band, The Ladybirds.
Experimental a'cappella trio, Sandpaper Dolls, had MEAT at capacity and listeners waiting outside to get in.
Brian Goodwin, 24, and Todd Smith, 45, never hung out at the legendary Butchertown Pub, but the friends are resurrecting the name - and space - of the former bar as the Butchertown Pub Studios.
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