It is a week of obligatory thankfulness. And I’m thankful for this ish, among other things. Check back here later for the reviews of shows we hit this week.
This Wyoming group has been in Louisville playing a little Sunday evening residency at The New Vintage all month. You’ve got two more opportunities to check them out, so don’t miss out!
Monica is a bad b- always has been and always will be. Her new album, Code Red, comes out next month and will without question be the center piece of this Monday night Mercury Ballroom show.
I think we’ve been pretty straightforward with how we feel about Discount Guns, which means this New Vintage show is one that is absolutely an option.
Before a day with family, why not hit up some of the local friendsgiving options available. One stop you won’t want to miss is Garage Bar – they’ve got Niles Foley performing for their EP release party, and we’ll be stopping there on our Thirsty Peddler tour. Stop by!
The Louisiana rapper definitely has that Southern sound. This sure-fire energetic show is in support of early 2016 release, Islah, so if you want to hear it before you can buy it, this is your shot.
Eight local bands are hitting the Zanzabar stage to show their gratitude for some of music’s greats, including the Ramones, Jack White and Fleetwood Mac, among others. This show acts as a fundraiser for next year’s Seven Sense Festival, which supports the Boys and Girls Haven of Louisville.
Instead of celebrating Black Friday, take part in this post-Thanksgiving tradition. Click the link for a full list of special Record Store Day releases and any events going on.
This special Guestroom Records event includes a Louisville native. This pair has a new album, which you can pick up after their set, and this is the first time they’ve been in Louisville performing in several years. If you’ve out shopping, or still reeling from gorging yourself, this will be a divine recovery option.
This show celebrates the release of a new The Electrolytes new record. And if you stay til the end, you can wrap up the night with the always popular 80’s/90’s Dance Party that includes FREE PIZZA.
Dr. Dundiff is back in town to host this good-old-fashioned rap battle. Haymarket will play host to what should be a riotous evening.