January wraps up with us once again living for the weekend. Seriously, counting down the days. Not included on this list: the multitude of social justice events taking place this week. If you aren’t heading to a show, get active! See you out and about!
Sunday (1/29) –
An ultramodern orchestra experience? You’ve got me intrigued.
It’s a local night for the end of The Final Weekend at New Vintage. Come chill and say farewell.
Monday (1/30) –
This one-man show has gained quite the reputation, his variety of homemade instruments impressing music fans for over 25 years.
Friday (1/3) –
Roy Ayers will provide the smooth, sexy, 60’s jazz to get your warmed up for Valentine’s Day.
This is the kind of show Zanzabar was made for.
Local beer, local band – what could be better? Oh wait, it’s free, too. DANG.
Frederick The Younger continues to gain steam locally and nationally. Look out for a Lit Listen of FTY’s new album! And get caught up on a few of the album’s singles below!
We’ve never been ourselves, but we have some friends who love going to these cover nights and singing their favorite decades tunes.
Fancy ass drinks and JP spinning = winning.
Galaxie is opening the outdoor space mid-winter for this weekly Night Visions Radio hosted party the entire month of February.
Saturday (1/4) –
The secret of Dusty’s Living Room is officially out (see Louisville Mag article)… We’ve been telling ya’ll for a while now! Brie Capone brings some Asheville vibes and our local Bridge 19 opens things up. Dusty always has something in the works, so be prepared for more great shows at his Old Louisville home.
This lineup has some stories to tell. Zbar will fill up to hear them.
You can’t deny that Martina McBride has got some pipes. I can’t wait for her (+ everyone in the audience) to bust out “This One’s For The Girls.”
The 8th Annual Jam For a Cure aims to raise money for the National MS Society. Local jams and a good cause = solid evening.
Strong drinks and local music sell it for me.