Sunday (12/10) –
Washington’s music isn’t meant to be labeled or defined. It is, however, meant to ignite unity. His latest work, Harmony of Difference, has been widely praised and truly invokes listeners to think about how our differences can beautifully mesh together into something remarkable.
Apparently Angel Olsen has ties to our town…she once provided the backing vocals for our own Bonnie “Prince” Billy. Nevertheless, she has made a name for herself on her own with last year’s My Woman and this year’s special compilation, Phases, getting plenty of attention.
Monday (12/11) –
Matthew Milia has been through town several times with his band Frontier Ruckus. Check his solo act out this time.
Tuesday (12/12) –
Jason Bonham has Led Zeppelin in his blood, so you know it will be an authentic night.
Wednesday (12/13) –
This week’s singer/songwriter focus highlights Louisville musicians Carrie Cooley, Richard Powell, and Scott Smith.
Get yourself NYE ready by having a champagne night complete with some Carly Johnson tunes. Carly is the perfect excuse to check out the new Nulu spot.
Thursday (12/14) –
Jason Isbell and crew are in town for two nights. The band’s newest album, The Nashville Sound, was released this June and features a new twist on that Jason Isbell sound you know and love.
Lexington bros Sweet Country Meat Boys will be taking over Kaiju for a night full of good old fashioned rock.
This week’s WFPK Jazz Night at Jimmy Can’t Dance: Squeeze Bot, featuring one of your favorite 91.9 DJs, Meg Samples.
Spinning tonight is Miles Davis’ Sorcerer – what better way to wind down your Thursday?
Friday (12/15) –
Night 2! Be there!
Did you catch them at Forecastle this summer? Now you get the chance to see a full set from the South Carolina band.
The album release show is the first for the Louisville locals who make up Mosquito so I’m sure they would appreciate your support.
We will never question (and you shouldn’t either) a Tom Petty tribute event.
Saturday (12/16) –
This just might be the show of the week. I hope you got your tickets in advance for this party because it’s been sold out for a while now! In fact, Ctrl may be the biggest album of the year, and for good reason.
May we all have as soulful/sexy Saturday night.
Whaaat how have we not heard about this event? Apparently all those who participate (for free, we might add) will be playing one of 4 songs on some sort of mobile device and wander around Downtown Louisville. Bring your device of choice and your walking shoes!
Get yourself in the holiday mood with some of Louisville’s best singer/songwriters.
You can expect the Hot Brown Get Down to be a damn good time.
Linkin’ Bridge singing the heck out of some holiday songs sounds like the perfect winter evening.
Country musician Dustin Lynch wants to hang with you for the evening.