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Saturday, February 13, 2016
WSFR 107.7 The Eagle Presents "Heart For Lungs"
Nashville Nights
Loren and Mark
Rock Station
The V-Groove
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Hemp Noose
Roxbury Drive
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Kristin Chenoweth
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Saturday, February 13, 2016

The Valentine's Concert with the Louisville Orchestra, featuring Kristin Chenoweth, combines three solid -and potent -  elements: a full orchestra, Valentine's Day (et amor) and the dazzling Kristen Chenoweth, star of stage, film and television. An Emmy and Tony winner, Chenoweth is also a comedienne with a stack of jokes to go with her stack of songs, including some from Wicked, Glee, On The Twentieth Century, plus popular standards and classics from Broadway and Hollywood. All of that at Whitney Hall, Kentucky Center, of February 13. Mary-Mitchell Campbell will conduct. Tickets are $35 and up. Here, she sings "I Will Always Love You":

--Paul Moffett

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Sunday, February 14, 2016

The Louisville Chorus  will present its annual Valentine's Day program, Musique Romantique, at the Seelbach Hilton on February 14. Dinner and the show will set you back $125 per.

--Paul Moffett

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Way back in 1981, punk rockers The Queers were outrageous just because they dared to use that word for their name. How times have changed; it's not even a little outraqeous, just nostalgic, for their fans. What is outrageous is front man Joe Queer's defense of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, which has brought some serious push-back. They're touring in support of their eleventh album, Back to the Basement. They call it the Beyond the Valley tour. They'll be at Headliners on Valentine's Day; tickets are $10/$12. Here's a recent video:

--Paul Moffett

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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Well, Aussie monster guitarist Tommy Emmanuel lives in Nashville these days, so it's really easy for him to scoot up to the Derby City for a show, which he does every now and then. This time it's part of his It's Never Too Late Show. You can go find any article online about his wizardy with an acoustic guitar, but it's easier to just look at the video below. He'll be at the Bomhard Theatre, Kentucky Center, on February 16. Tickets are $39.50.

--Paul Moffett

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