Less than two weeks after nearly coming back from a 17 point second half deficit against Louisville, UK was almost on the losing end of a similar comeback against Vanderbilt Thursday night.
In their final tune-up before the Kentucky game, Louisville found a few things to work on even though this game was a blow out.
Louisville.com sat down with Trevor Terndrup of rising Nashville band Moon Taxi to talk about the band's experience at Forecastle and where they see themselves heading after their jam-packed summer.
Nashville break-out band Moon Taxi slaps Forecastle in the face with its incredible live show and surprisingly mature songwriting.
Hard-rocking Nashville brothers Jake and Jarmin Orrall, who constitute JEFF the Brotherhood, pull no punches when it comes to their grungy garage sound. They will perform at Forecastle this Friday, July 13, at 10 p.m. on the Starboard Stage.
Cherub describes itself as a "sexy, avant-garde, electro-pop duo that is the dance love-child of 80s funk and pop music from the future." They will be performing at Forecastle this Friday, July 13, at 5:30 p.m. on the Starboard Stage.
AmericanStyle magazine ranks Louisville 23rd favorite destination for art.
Story time had just begun with songs 'George Jones Talkin Cell Phone Blues' and 'The Buford Stick.' Simply unpolished emotion drains out the Truckers song after song dislocating thoughts as they discharge stories of country, grit and soul to extended ears.
Kentucky’s win over Florida gives fans some insight into what may happen Saturday at Vandy, and in March.
Food. Glorious food.
While other Derby-eve events are known for its throngs of star-studded celebrities, this party will be sure to please its devoted crowd with fabulous gourmet food, show-stopping entertainment and just plain fun.
Hot coco and an open fire may warm you, but renowned vixens can match that and sound like more fun.