Last night in Louisville's Whitney Hall Get the Led Out: The American Led Zeppelin and its seven musicians provided three hours of Zeppelin classics that were eerily close to the actual album cuts.
On April 25, 1977, Led Zeppelin performed in front of 19,000 at Freedom Hall. That was the last time hard rock's most infamous group visited Louisville and with talks of a reunion tour squashed by Robert Plant, chances are Louisvillians won't get a chance to see the three remaining members together in Louisville again. However, Zeppelin's best-known tribute band, Get the Led Out will be making a stop at Whitney Hall this Friday.
Shall we dance? Broadway Across America is set to present the dance energy and exploration of Burn the Floor beginning tomorrow.
The Louisville Orchestra will present music from Brahms and Mahler at Whitney Hall this Friday night, Oct. 29, at 8:00 p.m. Soprano Hana Park will be a featured visting artist.
The eight-man, music-making performance group, Stomp is to play Whitney Hall (Kentucky Center) Oct. 15, 16 and 17. The event is part of the PNC Broadway Across America series.
Randy Newman will have over four decades worth of acerbic pop songs and Oscar-worthy film compositions to choose from when he plays with The Louisville Orchestra Saturday at Whitney Hall.
Music, musicals of many genres, and a nonstop-talking donkey are to be presented as part of PNC Broadway Across America's 2010-2011 season.
Jersey Boys to premiere at Kentucky Center for the Arts this weekend.
Identity, religion, and homosexuality are explored in the SO Theatrical Productions performances of The Prodigal, which will open at Kentucky Center on Saturday.
Tickets are still available for the movie-turned-musical Leagally Blonde, which will begin at Kentucky Center for the Arts beginning this Tuesday.
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