Sorry folks. Lolla knocked us on our asses. I hope you weren’t waiting on us, because this is another wonderful week of local music. The weather looks reasonable and there are plenty of indoor and outdoor options. PLUS it is the last week before school waaaaaah!
Sunday (8/6) –
This week is certainly starting off with a bang. Like damn, three pretty legendary voices for you to choose between. Lyle Lovett will be playing Iroquois.
Two fucking all-stars in one place. We will be traveling but I am certain this will be a night to remember.
Lady has pipes, that is without question. Be ready to TRY (key word try) to keep up singing to some of your favorites.
Sunday night stuff, eh?
Erin Osmon will be sharing her new biography about musician Jason Molina.
Sunday night is looking a little sexy.
Monday (8/7) –
Piano goodness over lunch at the LPM studio? Sure, my Monday could probably use a little pick me up like this.
Tuesday (8/8) –
He is so smooth. Suave is literally the best descriptor you could come up with for Jidenna – he is well dressed, good looking and has some moves. I’m prepared to bat my eyelashes and act like I have a chance.
Headliners host a couple of regional bands playing Frank Zappa tunes.
This IU grad with Louisiana roots is hitting the road, fittingly starting his tour in Indy and Louisville.
Wednesday (8/9) –
Taiwain Housing Project is loud and layered. There will be lots of stimuli so be prepared.
Thursday (8/10) –
Be on the lookout for our preview with a fun little dance themed interview from the guys of The Shadowboxers. Get ready to move yo body.
Jake Tapley fronts the local band Wax Astro. Lydia House’s patio is p lovely and I need some final mid week hangs.
Friday (8/11) –
The Melvins last show in town had folks chattering.
The Jazz scene in Louisville has exploded in the last year. Churchill Downs plays host (a little weird maybe?) but I guess the two go together in bougi-ness?
With loads of local options this week, if you haven’t been to Foxhollow Farm yet (like us) Brooks Ritter is always the right choice.
Bluegrass at Goodwood.
Two Lou favs at a Bardstown Road staple.
A Southern Indiana boy plays a Southern Indiana town. Be there.
Saturday (8/12) –
Apparently PJ Morton used to get to stare at Adam Levine’s booty on a regular basis as the keyboardist of Maroon 5.
Celebrate 5 years of Matt Anthony’s Record Shop with an old fashioned Block Party!
Who doesn’t love an EP Release Party?! And at Nachbar?! And with Indy funk vibes from Chives?! Pleaseeeee!