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Saturday, March 28, 2015

Paducah's Cryptic Hymn, recently assembled fromfrom ex-Voyage of Slaves members Dave Palenske, Jon Grace, and Nathaniel Vowell as well as Josh Mumford of Anagnorisis, will play Expo 5 on March 28, in advance of their new album. Their PR guy sez fans of Revocation, Death, Arsis, Belphegor, Carcass, Inferi, Skeletonwitch and Decapitated will like them. Tickets are $20.

--Paul Moffett

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It's only occasionally that we get to plug some honky-tonk country but here it is: Whitey Morgan & The 78s plus Nick Dittmeier & The Sawdusters at Headliners on March 28. They're making some degree of noise on the national scene, which is mighty tough thing to do, playing honky-tonk country, even though by current standards, that would be definitely retro-roots music, one step removed from bands like Old Crow Medicine Show and The Devil Makes Three. You don't have to be 78 to enjoy them. Fans of The Ladybirds should be able to relate quite nicely, as honky-tonk country has always had that rockabilly influence or, as the historians might note, rockabilly was often classified as honky-tonk country. In 2014, they were the winner of The Ameripolitan Music Awards Outlaw Country Band of the Year. Check out this video of them playing the John D. Loudmilk tune "Bad News":

--Paul Moffett

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The Louisville Spring Jam, featuring New Jack Swing originator Keith Sweat, 112, Slick Rick, Dru Hill and Ginuwine dances intot the  KFC Yum! Center on March 28, squeezing in between b-ball games. It's an all-star R&B extravanganza, grab some tickets and head on down. Those tickets will set you back $45.50 and $79.50, but hey!, look at what you get. Watch "Nobody" with Keith Sweat featuring Athena Cage:</p>

--Paul Moffett

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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Preservation Hall Jazz Band marches into Bomhard Theatre  on Sunday, March 29 and, if you know nothing else about, know this - Jim James of My Morning Jacket produced their last album. Of course, what that really says is that James is interested in all kinds of music, while the PHJB is dedicated to playing the music of New Orleans, especially jazz and especially horn- and reed-driven jazz that any jazz fans from the Twenties to the late Thirties would have been right at home with. Tickets are $35. Check out this video of "Tailgate Ramble":

--Paul Moffett

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

It's a bit difficult to pinpoint exactly what Axis:Sova does, musically speaking, though the PR says this: "...a  heady complexion of unrefined riffs, hazy vocals, amp scuzz, and drum machines."  Axis: Sova is heading into Kiaju on March 31, in support of their  second full-length album, Early Surf. You can hear "Fractal Ancestry" here.

--Paul Moffett

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