They may just be singers in a rock and roll band, but the Moody Blues have been hanging around long enough to know that rock star isn't the easiest job to maintain.
Talk about variety! The Louisville Youth Orchestra is showing their, uh, youth by including some serious rock in their Derby repertoire.
As vinyl’s popularity soars once again, Louisville’s vinyl listening celebration will provide a night for enthusiasts of all ages to share their favorite songs straight from the grooves
Forecastle Festival gets great buzz online and in the music community and there is a reason why. The headliners were previously announced and now they've added more bands with names you'd probably know.
No matter how you're getting here, you need a playlist to go along!
She's gone from selling concessions at a movie theater to playing on enormous stages around the world. Now Kelly Clarkson, the first winner of American Idol, is bringing the dog and pony show to the Kentucky State Fair
It's about time that somebody put all of the region's delicious microbrews under one roof. The LEO and the Louisville Independent Business Alliance are taking that bold step on March 27.
Chicago geniuses Future Rock are driving down I-65 to BLOW YOUR MIND.
Considered to be the premiere banjo player in the world, NYC native Béla Fleck will be returning to Louisville with the Flecktones for a night of fastpicking at the Kentucky Center for the Arts on December 6.
Gene Simmons and Sting are former educators who have made it to the grandest stages of rock, and Amos Lee hopes to follow in their footsteps....somewhat.
He's on the road again and he's teaming up with a summertime favorite to give Louisville a night to remember.
It wasn't invented here, but one of bluegrass' favorite sons is headed south to show that Louisville can do it right.
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