Sunday (11/26) –
You feeling up for a little male a cappella?
The Sheryl Rouse Band is about to knock this Tina Turner tribute out of the park. Let them start your week on the right foot.
This raffle is happening through December 21, but since Thanksgiving just happened, now feels like a good time to mention it. Purchase $10 raffle tickets at any Cox’s Spirit Shoppe or Evergreen Liquors and all proceeds will benefit LPM’s Instrumental Partners Program. Get instruments in the hands of JCPS kiddos and get the chance to win 5 bottles of the highly coveted Pappy Van Winkle bourbon.
Tuesday (11/28) –
The young Atlanta rapper has had a pretty solid 2017. Trust me, you’ve heard him on at least one track. Clearly he is something to see, as this show has been sold out for a while. Tuesday Funday, eh?
It’s badass female rocker night at The Cure Lounge. Be there.
Wednesday (11/29) –
Pokey is back! If you haven’t gotten a chance to check out his most recent album, Manic Revelations, you should fix that. He and his band always put on a fun show, and I expect the same for their return to Headliners.
Thursday (11/30) –
Guitar legend Tommy Emmanuel will be gracing the stages of the Kentucky Center. He’ll play some of his classics for the first half and then will provide some Christmas tunes for the second.
Have you been to Louisville’s newest jazz club yet? Thursdays are presented by WFPK and this week it’s Todd Hildreth Trio on deck.
Friday (12/1) –
Fans have been waiting for this one, since it was rescheduled from June. The pop icon is sure to put on an impressive show at the Yum! Center for your Friday pleasure.
Hailing from Bowling Green, Fat Box has a bluesy funky jazzy vibe that will make you want to dance around at Headliners. Nashville singer/songwriter Derik Hultquist will get things started for the evening.
The highlight of tonight’s brews & tunes will be Moondance’s guitar section.
Who doesn’t want to sing along to some Journey?
Saturday (12/2) –
Bring a coat for a discounted cover charge and stick around for Louisville locals Bendigo Fletcher, Billy Nelson, Rmllw2llz, and then some late night DJ sets.
Put in earplugs. Rock out at show.
Good music, good drinks, good food. Perfect recipe for a good night.
I can’t find one single adjective for Oginalii’s sound – they’ve been described as sludge pop, desert rock, dense rock – but what I can confirm is that you’ll enjoy your night with them at Magbar. Apparently Oginalii is Cherokee for “my friend” because the band is founded on friendship, beers, and a mutual love for rock. 🤘Yes.