“Some of the original Elvis tribute artists, now their kids are doing it and their grandkids are doing it.”-Polston
This scene from our photo shoot with the members of My Morning Jacket proves that their music isn't the only thing they're loved for, it's also their personalities.
A cold, implacable drizzle had turned our palms into soggy prunes by noon. My friends and I were in the Infield as always, on a knoll that slopes, then slightly rises, toward that familiar bank of aqua-colored portable toilets.
A bit of advice: If you're six feet tall and 165 pounds, you might not want to set your hopes on being a jockey.
Piano at eight. Violin at 10. By 11, Cheyenne Marie Mize’s uncle had taught her “Sweet Home Alabama” on guitar. The list now includes banjo, autoharp, dulcimer. A look at the life of local musician Cheyenne Marie Mize.
Josh Moss takes a look at Louisvillian musician: Verity Jones of Vice Tricks and Cahoots.