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Shows Of Note
Tuesday, April 22, 2014

They have a new lead singer and some of a new album, so fans of Three Days Grace will be very interested in hearing them when they head into Mercury Ballroom on April 22. The Juno Award-winning Canadian rock band has had a solidly successful career since forming in 1997, releasing four studio albums, the most recent being 2012's Transit of Venus.Nashville's Framing Hanley is also on the bill, touring in support of the just-released The Sum Of Who We Are, making it a solid show for mainstream rock fans.  Tickets are $35 plus a $12 ticket fee for a total of $47.

Watch the new video for "Painkiller:":

--Paul Moffett

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Danish superstars Volbeat are heading this way in April. I don't know what it is about this band that drives people so crazy for them, but no matter what, you have to admire their success. They will be at Louisville Palace on Wednesday, April 23 with Trivium. I remember seeing Trivium several years ago at Jillian's before they were famous, and I must say, those guys were very cool. Such polite fellas and very down to earth back then. I would like to check out this show. Hopefully I will be able to cover this event and see what all the hubbub is about Volbeat, and see some serious shredding by Trivium. Those guys have come a long way since that night at Jillian's. I've been itching for a good show at the Palace and this is it! This will sell out, so if I were you, I would get my tickets asap before its too late.

--Eddy Metal

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It's true that Expo 5 has All Time Low, but that's a good thing if you are a pop punk fan. The Maryland quartet headlines a Terry Harper show at the 7th Street Road club on April 23, with Handguns and Man Overboard sharing the bill. They're a hard-working, hard-touring bunch of guys, still supporting their 2012 album , Don't Panic. You're as likely to see them on the Warped Tour as in a club, so catch them in a club where the acoustics are better. Tickets for the show are $20.

Here's the official video for "A Love Like War":

--Paul Moffett

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Waterfront Wednesday for April will feature Moon Taxi, House Ghost and The Apache Relay. It's a free event, of course. On the Big Four Lawn, Waterfront Park, April 23.

--Paul Moffett

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