After this crazy week, we are kind of grateful for the slow start to this one. No for real, our bodies need a break. The weekend will bring
Sunday (3/12) –
Kaiju has been on it. Three local acts take the back room by storm.
Wednesday (3/15) –
Got humpday blues? Allow Jacob Duncan to clear those away with some jazzy Nachbar arrangements.
Thursday (3/16) –
This show has come through Louisville multiple times now, and each time sells out AND has people raving.
The Zbar addition is finished and the new stage is ready! WE ARE SO EXCITED TO SEE IT!!!! Bit Brigade will play a “Castlevania // Batman // DuckTales triple header.”
Insider tip: you must make reservations for a table/seat at one of the two seatings. We may or may not have learned that the hard way.
Didn’t snag a table for Jazz Live at Lola but want a similar vibe? Check out New England band The Jauntee over at Time & Space.
Who doesn’t like some Thursday night Kaiju hangs?
Friday (3/17) –
Ms. Jones sold out The Palace real quick. We can’t miss this one.
These locals have been given the honor of christening the new stage, Louisville style. They’re hyped. We’re hyped.
Four musicians are coming together for this project – including Shinedown and Ingram Hill – and it sounds like fans are in for a treat. Expect a long night of jams!
Yet another St. Paddy’s Day celebration. As the poster says, “LET’S GET THIS PADDY STARTED.”
This duo is everything that is right with the Louisville music scene. They’ve got a record deal now, and this album is the result. BTW you can buy “Hemispheres” at Target! WHAT WHAT!
KCD Theater is a great venue for showcasing musical greatness, especially for talented pianist George Winston.
If loud is your thing, get your tush over to Shelby.
Yes, Eiderdown is joining in the St. Pat’s celebrations with a couple of Cinci bands and Louisville’s own Pleasure Boys. Sounds like the perfect occasion to go drink some good beer and try out their new menu!
Saturday (3/18) –
WFPK has played this duo pretty frequently. Their poppy vibe will be welcomed at Mercury, for sure.
Two Martins. One stage. These tickets were expensive, but I know it will be worth it.
Make sure you daytime nap so you can stay up and jam with these guys.
Fun fact: Kelly and Andy Cook of Psychohawk also own Cook Studio & Gallery over on Frankfort.
We love Lydia House’s ramen, but have never been for a show. I think it is time we change this.
Zbar’s trying to figure out who they want to break in their new stage. And duhhhh it’s YOU. So get out there and SPIN 🎤 THE 🎤 WHEEL.
Free tunes from a dope band and excellent drinks from a dope bar. Slash fingers crossed it’s warm enough to sit out on the patio.