E-mail Me! Click Here!
Louisville Music News.net
Blogs
Got Shows?
Send Them To Us
Bookmark Louisville Music News.net with these handy
social bookmarking tools:
del.icio.us digg
StumbleUpon spurl
wists simpy
newsvine blinklist
furl blogmarks
yahoo! myweb smarking
ma.gnolia segnalo
reddit fark
technorati cosmos
Available RSS Feeds
Top Picks - Top Picks
Top Picks - Today's Music
Top Picks - Editor's Blog
Top Picks - Articles
affiliate_link
3705 Fairway Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
Phone: 502.893.9933
Copyright 1989-2015
Louisvillemusicnews.net, Louisville Music News, Inc.
All Rights Reserved  


Louisville Music News Blogs
National

Shows Of Note
Friday, February 27, 2015

The Wulfe Brothers will celebrate the forty-five years in the business with a show at the soon-to-be-leveled Jim Porter's, making it a doubly special occasion. It all happens on February 27. Tickets are $10. Watch a video of them at the Four Season WAKY Rock 'n' Roll Reunion:

--Paul Moffett

For more info, click here.

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Staind's Aaron Lewis, whose not-so-secret musical passion is country music, returns to the Horseshoe Southern Indiana on Saturday, February 28 for a concert. He's still promoting his 2012 solo album, The Road, though he may have a new tune or two for you. Tickets run $51.75, $40.75 and $35.75.

--Paul Moffett

For more info, click here.

Mister smooth New Orleans pianist (and actor) Harry Connick Jr. stops by the Louisville Palace on Saturday, February 28. His latest record is Every Man Should Know. Connick has been around for some years and, accordingly, has a solid fanbase wherever he might want to perform. Tickets are $30.50-$99.50. Here's a recent concert:

--Paul Moffett

For more info, click here.

All the "real" blues fans in the city will be at the Brown Theatre on Saturday, February 28, on account of Irma Thomas, a.k.a., The Soul Queen Of New Orleans, will be in the house, along with Lee Fields.  Apersentation of the Blues At The Crossroads series, the tour is tagged The Soul Of The Blues and is a Fiftieth Anniversary Tour as well, so you should have every reason to head on down. Thomas has a stack of recordings to sell you, including the Grammy-winning After The Rain, so take extra cash  or a credit/debit card. Tickets start at $25. Watch this video of "The Same Love That Made Me Laugh":

--Paul Moffett

For more info, click here.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Meghan Trainor will be ath the Mercury Ballroom on March 1, but unless you already have tickets, you'll have to win some or have a real good close friend with an extra, cause this show is SOLD OUT.

--Paul Moffett

For more info, click here.

714 Days