I feel like we’ve been saying this a lot so far this beautiful fall, but dang, we’ve got a big week ahead of us. Join us out for several of these events and/or follow on social media!
Sunday (10/9) –
Sunday Funday or Debate drinking games? Head to Zanzabar.
British blues rock and roll take over Headliners.
Tuesday (10/11) –
Sisters Natalie, Allison, and Meegan Closner make up the Portland, Oregon band Joseph. The obvious cohesiveness of this group has helped them stand out this year.
Wednesday (10/12) –
Interesting lineup. Do502’s description includes this: “Dodie Clark- Singer/songwriter. Ukulele extraordinaire. Tessa Violet- Confused and disgruntled. Video blogger. Singer/songcrafter. Rusty Clanton- Singer/songwriter. Folk music. Rock n Roll.”
Niykee Heaton is the definition of young talent. She caught the world’s attention via YouTube covers, but is now known for her own original work.
Thursday (10/13) –
Although Mr. Hamilton is only backing Chance The Rapper on this track, I’ll just go ahead and leave that right here. I get chills every time Anthony Hamilton opens his mouth to sing.
This Haymarket fundraising event is quite the deal, and it is going to support an amazing cause in Strive.
Another group out of Athens, GA, of Montreal is not afraid of going there. There music and lineup has evolved greatly over their 20 year existence, and the current sound is certainly popular.
Friday (10/14) –
The Villebillies always have had their own signature sound, and I think it’s safe to their new music being highlighted Friday will follow suit. And, the diverse lineup for the night looks fun AF.
From another (Knox)Ville, Same As It Ever Was is still Louisville’s favorite Talking Heads Cover Band.
Britt is pretty thrilled for this throwback at Mercury Ballroom. As she should be. The band will be releasing its latest album later this month, Integrity Blues.
Saturday (10/15) –
As Germantown-ers, we’ll definitely stop by this multi-stop fest that includes all of our favorite neighborhood spots.
We checked out the new space this weekend and as always, it is p neat.
Foy Vance’s simple, subtle and emotional songs are everything.
Lindsey Stirling is a renaissance woman but is most recognized for her work on the violin. Brave Enough is her newest album, and highlights her diversity of talents.