Live Music Lou’s Can’t Miss: March 12 – 18

Monday (3/12) – 

Arlie, Church Friends, Delafaye

Wednesday (3/14) – 

Chloë Agnew of Celtic Woman – A St. Patrick’s Celebration

What a perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!

Drake Bell, Tryon, Joe Kirk, The Lasting Hope, Window to My Soul

Yes, that’s Drake from Drake & Josh. You didn’t know he’s also in the music industry? Me neither. BUT you can check him out at Diamond’s and let us know how it goes!

That 1 Guy

That 1 Guy has played in Lou a handful of times – mostly at the now-closed New Vintage – so let’s welcome the Magic Piper back to Preston.

Alamo Black, The Hook, That Girl Suicide

Thursday (3/15) – 

When Particles Collide, Quality Cable, Blank Agenda

The Harlequins, The Kids Born Wrong

Turnpike Troubadours, Bottle Rockets

Country musicians Turnpike Troubadours will be at Mercury Ballroom.

Rod Clemmons, Dan Kenneth

Contemporary R&B from Rod Clemmons for your Thursday.

Friday (3/16) – 

Poorcastle Fundraiser: A Louisville Music Tribute

We’re getting to that time when festival season explodes. In case you haven’t been yet, Poorcastle is a local, affordable festival full of Louisville bands. This event is a fundraiser for the fest and features LML faves Howell Dawdy, 1200, Small Time Napoleon, and Sam Sneed.


Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

Your favorite 90’s Midwest rappers are still doing their thing- they even have new music!

An evening with Charlie Hunter Trio

Crazy-talented guitarist Charlie Hunter will take the stage with vocalist Dara Tucker and percussionist Damon Grant.

Secret Friends, Andrea-Jane Cornell, Droneroom

Saturday (3/17) –

Mitski, Half Waif

Zach Hart/We Listen For You has been going ON about this show since it was announced. From what we hear, it looks like this one could easily sell out at Zbar. If you want to catch this indie-rocker, get those tickets in advance.

Big K.R.I.T.

We didn’t get enough K.R.I.T. during his last trip to town for Forecastle. Beaver is pretty excited to finally see this guy live, too. Louisville must feel the same way- this show is sold the eff out!

Wax Astro, Wet, Leopold Zimmerman

Fun fact: Britt first saw Wet back in 2014 in NYC opening up for Jungle. Fun fact #2: last week’s New Music Friday playlist featured a new song from them. Come see them and Louisville’s Wax Astro and Leopold Zimmerman at Kaiju!

Silent Party

Do you like to dance? Do you like to control the music you are dancing to? Do you mind looking a little ridiculous wearing those huge Silent Party headphones? Great! This one’s for you!

Sunday (3/18) – 

They Might Be Giants

TMBG are known for their unconventional – some might call it *weird* – and experimental music. They have certainly dabbled in different sounds over the years. I expect this will be an entertaining show.

Daddy’s Beemer, Darlington Pairs, Vale

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