The temperatures have definitey finally dropped, so heat things up at some top notch shows this week.
Sunday (11/13) –
The KCD Theater hosts the decorated, distinct John Hiatt.
Monday (11/14) –
London indie band, Daughter, is continuing a dying art. True indie bands are more and more becoming a thing of the past… keep on doing you, Daughter.
Tuesday (11/15) –
We fell for Ted Leo (and Aimee Mann) when we saw The Both at Shaky Knees a few years back. Haymarket will be packed for this diverse artist.
Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks are RELATIONSHIP GOALS. This husband/wife led band and crew take The Palace this week after many weeks of anticipation. Let Me Get By is their latest product, which they are touring behind.
We always love the regular occurrence of Nashville artists making their way up 65. Cordovas is accompanied by ONLY rave reviews.
Wednesday (11/16) –
We had been reading great things about Adia Victoria before her Zanzabar show earlier this year, but were completely blown away by that show. Her haunting voice and persona is full of emotion. It was a small crowd at Zbar, so I hope WFPK fans trust their radio statio and come out for this first Winter Wednesday performance.
GRiZ played Forecastle a couple of years ago, and as far as I know, Grant Kwiecinski has not returned since then… until this week. Last week, Mercury Ballroom hosted Big Gigantic and I expect the same kind of high energy crowd at this week’s electronic show.
Beyond extravagant cars, Masterati should remind you of this Athens, GA band.
Thursday (11/17) –
Matt Wertz fit into the singer-songwriter phase of my music taste progression in college. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Yo! Earphorik is from my hometown of Fort Wayne, IN!
If Texas-sized rockabilly is your thing, this is your show.
Friday (11/18) –
The legendary John Prine is coming to town. This prolific artist has been an inspiration for countless other musicians. The Louisville Palace will be looking and sounding its best Friday night.
If you can’t make it to Diamond’s this time around, Bone Thugs will be back in town with Snoop at The Palace. LIT.
Shoot, we’re ready.
Saturday (11/19) –
Wes Anderson film lovers unite! Louisville favorites will be joining this evening of everything Wes, taking place at Headliners.
25. Australian. Guitar god. Enough for you?
Haymarket is an ideal host for this fun bunch-o-guys.