Woodstock was “three days of peace and music.” Forecastle was “three days of music, art and activism.” Now there’s HullabaLOU, which is three days of everything else—and something you can take your Mom and Dad to, too.
Louisville's own singer-songwriter-accordionista Brigid Kaelin will be playing her smart songs and maybe even a little musical saw at the inaugural HullabaLOU.
Sunday at Forecastle Festival 2010, Sara Watkins showed off her virtuoso fiddle playing and emotive voice and proved she has a bright future with or without Nickel Creek.
The rock t-shirts were out in full force (without Cult Jam) Sunday afternoon at Forecastle Festival.
Dar Williams may only have performed eleven songs in her hour set on Sunday at Forecastle Festival 2010, but her stories and conversation gave the already vivid songs even more life.
The sights and sounds of a music festival would not be complete without plenty of rock t-shirts. Saturday night's Forecastle was no exception.
Seeing Devo live in 2010 is probably a lot like it would have been in 1980, and Saturday's show at Forecastle was fun and - at times - wonderfully strange.
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!
Indie rock band Minus the Bear will try to distance themselves from all the other bands with the word "bear" in its name when they play Sunday at Forecastle Festival.
Four days and counting for the Forecastle Festival
You can have a say in which two remaining acts will get on the bill for July's HullabaLOU music festival at Chirchill Downs by voting online.
It's been hanging around for a few years, adding this, adding that, adding other things. In 2009 the Peak Summit Music Festival sprawls over 15 venues to try and bring Louisville together under a very large musical umbrella.
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