Sunday (4/3) –
Everyone in this group is so musically talented, it’s insane. Be prepared to be blown away at Headliners.
Tuesday (4/5) –
This local band is kicking off their April tour at Zbar.
Wednesday (4/6) –
Do502’s VIP giveaway swag for this event is saweet. Free drinks, signed poster and meet-up with SFJAZZ post-show? YAASSS.
Thursday (4/7) –
We always feel super gypped missing these lunch time shows but this week we can finally go! Frederick The Younger folks are also on spring break so they should be ready to let it rip. They also have been sounding awesome, so go check it out.
A couple of years ago, the Old 97’s Waterfront show was a blast – fans and bandmates alike were pumped with energy for the event. I expect a similar scenario at Headliners later this week.
U of L is presenting this show, and although I’ve never heard of these guys (well besides the almost graduate Harlow), if the young whippersnappers are listening to them they must be alright, right?
Food. Jams. Yup.
Friday (4/8) –
Pretty much every venue in town will be poppin’ tonight. BUT WHERE TO GO?! We’ll probably end up at multiple places, too, cause it’s just too hard to decide.
This badass Brit/American duo are about to tear up Headliners. Like, to pieces. In the best way.
Mercury will be the place to go if you’re looking for something super catchy and upbeat. These young dudes will be just your thing.
Our favorite sad rock band is back for a dark, hot night at our neighborhood Kaiju. The small concert space will be packed so get there early!
Acoustic guitars, harmonies, flannels – you can expect that and more during this indie evening at Zbar.
Looks like Preston will just be filled with Indie rock on Friday…local bands BRENDA and Brother Wolves will be joined by Atlanta’s Hello Ocho and Lafayette, Louisiana’s Brass Bed.
While it’s not really our cup of tea, you have to admit that these two have seen pretty epic success.
Again, not exactly our style, but how often does REO Speedwagon come to town?
Saturday (4/9) –
Get your earplugs ready for what’s about to be a raw, ferocious show. Perfect for Haymarket’s close quarters.
He’s no stranger to the Louisville area (having most recently been in town in December). You won’t want to miss out on what this dude can do with a bass.
The rapper’s thirteenth studio album, Something Else, was released in 2013 and if you haven’t heard it, you should check it out.
I think psychedelic is going to be the theme of the night.