Sunday (2/12) –
R&B legends Musiq Soulchild and Lyfe Jennings headline this evening at Whitney Hall. This is the perfect time to take your loved one to listen to some soulful jams.
Classic rock at the Palace with your hunny. ❤️️❤️️❤️️❤️️
Spinellis, I see you.
Tuesday (2/14) –
The line-up includes Scarface, Big Daddy Kane, Too Short, 8 Ball & MJG, Trick Daddy, Doug E Fresh, Slick Rick, Mystikal, Jalil & Ecstasy of Whodini. We guarantee that this lineup will play all of the hits, so be ready to sing and dance along.
Wednesday (2/15) –
Just a forewarning: you have to make some serious decisions about what your Wednesday night is going to look like.
It’s the final Winter Wednesday of the season, and what better way than to end it with John Paul White? I believe we said on IG when he was here at Headliners – voice 👏 of 👏 an 👏 angel.
Switchfoot was the first band that Britt saw multiple times in high school – 10 years later, time for a reunion.
The woman will literally speak to your soul. And the intimacy of the Bomhard Theater will be the perfect venue.
Thursday (2/16) –
We hear last week’s inaugural event at Lola was pretty wonderful. This might have to be your Thursday night staple – primo jazz, soft lights, and hella drink options.
This Palace show hosts a solo Aaron Lewis. His newest release Sinner has gotten a lot of good press.
Watch this and we’ll see you Thursday.
auralgamiSOUNDS artists gather over a couple of days (2/16-18) to celebrate two years together.
The recently closed New Vintage presents this Nashville artist at Haymarket.
Friday (2/17) –
Goodwood has been hosting local bands weekly. FO FREE FRIDAYS.
We were around and listening when KT Tunstall first came onto the scene. We haven’t heard much of her since “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree” and “Suddenly I See” which certainly adds to the appeal of this show. KIN is her latest release.
Comedic country from a voice actor and master of personas.
Our girls pair so nicely with Merle’s.
So it appears that Monnik’s music space is offish open. These two regional rock acts are worth the trip.
Saturday (2/18) –
Our love affair with Hamilton Leithauser started in 2012 when The Walkmen killed it at Waterfront Wednesday. Since then, the man has done incredible solo work and we’re real pumped for this show.
Hayes Carll is baaackkk. You ready, KCD?
The Wooks bring traditional bluegrass from Lex.
There are all kinds of throwback shows this week. If that is your thing, you’ll be in heaven!
This production always has people talking. It is more than just a Pink Floyd cover, it is a full experience unlike anything you’ve ever seen.