Woah, it is already April. The week speeds up as we get closer to the weekend, welcoming in our spring break with all kinds of good stuff.
Sunday (3/26) –
U of L’s SAB has historically brought in the hottest acts of the time (i.e. that Chance The Rapper show two years ago and Rae Sremmurd last year). This is a big night for our friend Tajy + crew, as the local artists is opening up for the
Sunday night Zbar hangs.
Tuesday (3/28) –
How can you say no to New Orleans garage R&B?
Wednesday (3/29) –
You’ve got a tough choice on your hands between these four stellar shows. Earth, Wind, & Fire is a sure bet, as this diverse band is a time-tested hit.
There’s no denying that this lady has a serious set of pipes.
Local Natives’ Sunlit Youth was fun, but their latest single is something else. They ask you listen to “I Saw You Close Your Eyes” with your eyes, well, closed. SWEAR. Go to this website and try it out.
Dylan LeBlanc is back in The Ville again. His breakthrough album Cautionary Tale is a year old.
Fire Escape Sessions is Lou’s new(ish) monthly video podcast that happens to be a traveling speakeasy. Quiet Hollers and Justin Paul Lewis will don Prohibition-era outfits at Lola – make sure you get your tickets early!
Thursday (3/30) –
These guys have passed through here several times and it’s always a fun time jamming with them. This time won’t be any different, I’m sure.
Throwback Thursday with your gurl Vanessa Carlton.
Kaiju hosts one of our favorite Louisville bands.
Frazier is one of my fav museums in town. Who’s up for some bluegrass there?
Friday (3/31) –
The L.O. plays a British themed concert.
The legendary Loretta Lynn will grace the Palace stage. As a Kentucky girl, you know she’ll make this one special night.
The Weeks have a new album due out April 7 (pre-order here!) and it sounds pretty freaking awesome.
Free music! Great beer!
Steely Danish definitely has a following in Lou. Have you made it out to one of their shows yet?
Monkey Wrench is for sure going out with a bang.
Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to celebrate one of the greatest.
Don’t leave your earplugs at home for this one.
Lots of local music to help Planetary Overdrive release their new album.
Saturday (4/1) –
One time Cher Von and Yoko Molotov (Harpy) played a set in a fitting room at Sears. Yep, that happened. They recorded the adventure that got shut down pretty quickly and you’ll get to check out this Tyler McDaniel directed documentary.
You know you want to sing along with JoJo. Let it out, friends.
April means we’re one step closer to summer, which means sunny skies and Kentucky bluegrass jams. This is an indoor show, but at least MMSB can help us get in that summer mindset.