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Live Music Lou’s Can’t Miss: February 19 – 25

Tuesday (2/20) – 

Roadie, Tyler Lance Walker Gill

Wednesday (2/21) – 

GoodFOLK Writers Round: Scott Moore, Tom Browning, Chris Rodahaffer

This week’s edition features some prominent Louisville names.

Thursday (2/22) – 

Future Thieves, Casey Powell

We’ve had this one on the calendar for a while – looking forward to seeing Future Thieves roll through Zbar.

CHEW, Parlour, Memory Gloss

CHEW has been through town a couple of times…we’ve even interviewed them! $5 gets you into The Cure Lounge for this one.

Lucero, Jake La Botz

If you feel like driving down to Lexington, head to Manchester Music Hall for a night of cigarettes and whiskey with Lucero.

Pop Empire, Mosquito

It’s not all that often that you can snag a free show at Kaiju!

Friday (2/23) – 

COIN: The North American Tour 2018

Guys! COIN’s in town!

Morning Teleportation

We always love it when Bowling Green’s Morning Teleportation comes to town. They had a new album in 2017, so you’ll likely hear a lot of Salivating for Symbiosis.

Kaiju’s Paper Anniversary 3

Wait, for real?! Auralgamisounds is celebrating 3 years. A whole slew of Louisville bands will be at Kaiju to partayyyy!


Saturday (2/24) – 

Mama Said String Band, Sam Filiatreau

Mama Said String Band is a local five piece string band. Fun fact: two Filiatreaus will take the stage Saturday night…

Misty Mountain String Band

Head out to Holsopple Brewing for some brews and bluegrass. Hosopple is celebrating their first year. We haven’t been yet, and do love beer and bluegrass, so….


Misty Mountain String Band | Zanzabar 2015

1200 with Pat Lentz Quartet

Jimmy Can’t Dance is becoming known for the diversity of their shows. The jazz club will be taken over by our bud 1200, who is a musician of all trades. Who knows what this 3 hours set will include. I’m intrigued. (Side note: Jecorey just took a new job at LPM, so this will be a doubly fun celebration!)

Iced Earth, Sanctuary, Kill Ritual

The Noise presents this metal evening. Bring your ear plugs and stretch your neck and horns out.

Urban Bush Women

“Urban Bush Women (UBW) is a Brooklyn, New York-based non-profit dance company, that was founded in 1984 by Jawole Willa Jo Zollar.” Their work is inspired on social justice issues through music and dance. The group will be at The Brown Theater.

The First Stop on The Road to Rob Fest

Adolescent suicide awareness and prevention is an incredibly important cause, so come show support.


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