Monday (6/19) –
Jericho Woods opens up for this Americana entertainer. His discography is extensive, as is his musical style.
All Living Room Shows are worth your time, but this one is pretty special. Two men with heavy ties to town will be hanging in Dusty’s living room and playing intimate tunes. This will sell out for certain.
Tuesday (6/20) –
The American Aquarium front man is no stranger to Louisville. He is the archetypal musician – always on the road out there peddling his music. We are appreciative of that hard work.
Wednesday (6/21) –
Be on the lookout for our preview this week including an interview with the guys of Klangstof! I had a ball at the last Miike Snow show in town. It is not a stretch to guess that this will be the same.
Thursday (6/22) –
I feel like I would recognize some of their country songs, back from my college summer playlists.
Mr. McMurtry is a man of many talents.
This lovely bunch of humans was at Shaky Knees this year so you know they have our stamp of approval.
Usually I go to Lydia House for ramen…but it is a bit too hot for that. So patio tunes and brews will cut it.
Friday (6/23) –
If you haven’t checked out Red Herring yet (off of Frankfort, right next to Silver Dollar) then this might be your chance. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THE BUFFALO POUTINE FOR REAL.
Cereus Bright makes uplifting, easy listening folk without being gimmicky.
I’ve never been to Highview Park but a little Outer Loop adventure could be tight.
So SLO doesn’t want to be coined as Southern Rock…but it kind of is.
Oolala is a Space RockRoll band releasing their first vinyl, The New RockRoll Cosmology. Their interests include: “Cosmology, gravitational waves, vibration, energy, matter, space, time, quantum gravity, heavy RockRoll, other universes, string theory, quantum mechanics, human feeling.”
Fridays at Haymarket with Cat Casual will result in bourbon consumption. Just be aware.
Another week, same deal, tho – good beer + good music.
Saturday (6/24) –
Tristen opened up for Vanessa Carlton and got a lot of people’s attention that night. And that is saying a lot because there were some serious VC fans there who had very little extra attention to give.
A dope ass cover band reuniting for further covering? Peeps are excited.
Sure. I can dig it.