This is a low-key tight week of music. There are a variety of options throughout the work week that all types of music lovers could enjoy and Saturday is going to be FAT. Follow us on social media and come join us out this week! Then, check back here for photos and reviews of the shows we attend.
Noah Guthrie is a young guy with a ton of talent. Man can sing, that is for sure.
Eleanor Friedberger has been doing her thing for a while now, both as a duo with her brother and on her own. Clearly she is doing something right and worth checking out.
New media conglomerate Vectortone have brought in multiple bands to take over New Vintage and Zanzabar for the night. You’ll get two shows for the price of one ticket. I mean, right?
This one of a kind band will be gracing the Headliners stage for what we can only guess will be a massive crowd. They have a new album The Catastrophist and a general reputation for a good time live.
A Wednesday night at Zanzabar with some psychedelic dreamy pop is the perfect way to get through hump day.
Anderson East spent what felt like most of the summer here in Louisville as an artist in residency for WFPK. Well, he’s back! 2015 was a huge year for the Nashville crooner, and 2016 seems to have started off right for him (cough, cough Miranda). We’re excited to see him again.
Indianapolis sisters Lily and Madeleine Jurkiewicz show that working with family can be bareable and successful. The young pair have released three albums over their career including a record on Sufjan Steven’s Asthmatic Kitty label and their latest work Keep It Together sounds legit.
Canadian artist Basia Bulat is an absolute must see for us this week. We’ve only heard great things about the multi-talented lady whose most recent release, Good Advice, was produced by Mr. Jim James. Daniel Martin Moore is now a Louisvillian, too, and he’s got that smooth goodness. REAL EXCITED.
The time has come for Louisville to say goodbye to Jalin Roze. The accomplished rapper is starting afresh as just himself, James Lindsey.
This night promises some wonderful, well, collaborations. The variety of music styles is intriguing in itself- need to see it for ourselves.
James McMurtry will be out at the KCD Theater sharing his signature story-songs.
Travel issues caused this one to be rescheduled. Gonna be a good one, I mean, it’s Bone Thugs.
This Saturday night is a hip-hop lovers dream. This New Vintage lineup includes some young local talent.