Sunday (3/19) –
Dusty said “fancy mac-n-cheese” is being served. Johnny Irion has been around for a while, and has lots of friends all over the “business.” The Hottman Sisters are in fact sisters and a new group you should know.
Buddy Guy is on the bill. That is enough for us.
Young YouTube sensation William Singe will for sure pack Mercury Ballroom with equally young, adoring fans.
Tuesday (3/21) –
This band apparently has a background as interesting as their name. Check out their 2016 release Hippie Castle and then head to Zbar for a live set.
Talcum’s name can be thrown around with numerous indie/punk rock bands, besides just The Dead Milkmen. The man works.
It has been a minute since we’ve hit up a vinyl night OR Galaxie spicy margs. It may be time for that to change.
Wednesday (3/22) –
It would be silly not to get your butt over to Headliners for these rockers.
So many big names on this bill.
Marcus King was born in 1996. Let that sink in.
This duo kicks off a little tour run together in Louisville.
This is the experience of a lifetime for any Pink Floyd fan. Brit Floyd has impressed loads of humans over their lifespan.
Thursday (3/23) –
Probs a full reservation list, again, but you might as well try!
The science nerd in me is so effing excited. Speak your wise words, sir.
I feel like we recently noticed Kaiju’s bathrooms had been revamped a little? That itself is a good enough reason for me to head that way Thursday night.
Friday (3/24) –
The Zanzabar stage is officially broken in. Twin Limb has been opening for Strand of Oaks (listen to his new album, if you haven’t yet!) and it is exciting to have them back for a hometown show.
We haven’t been to Monnick for a show, yet, unfortunately. Cat Casual’s release warrants a trip.
We know Small Time Napoleon and Alex Wright will impress, but this lil vid has be interested in the Upstate Rubdown crew. Me likey.
Louisville rock and roll at The Cure.
We are so sad to see the Monkey Wrench close.
Have you been to Taj yet? It’s a pretty sweet spot, and probably even sweeter place to see one of Lou’s fav local bands.
Use your imagination, folks.
If you’re feeling nostalgic, specifically for the 80s, then this Mercury show is your ticket.
Goodwood hosts local pianist and singer, Mike Hood.
A country/comedy mix is on deck for The Palace.
Saturday (3/25) –
Dr. Dundiff & The Smoke Shop Kids apparently got their swag going on The Monkey Wrench. Now they’re back to close things out. It is a sad time, for sure.
Along with the LO, this trio will be mixing classical with other genres (90s hip hop, grunge, and bluegrass are all viable options). It sounds like this will be an experience you won’t want to miss.
Another local bill at Zbar is so right.
Always a fun time jamming with these guys.
We love celebrating a new album!
Pontiak’s vibes are so right for Haymarket’s back room.