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March 2015 Articles
Cover Story
Paul Moffett
Features
Eddy Metal
Columns
Mike Suttles
Eddy Metal
Blogs
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Friday, March 6, 2015

Waylong Jenning's only child, Shooter Jennings, joined by Waymore s Outlaws, returns to Jim Porter s on March 6 for an evening of outlaw country rock 'n' roll, with some psychedelica thrown in for good measure. He's been in the club before and has a fanbase, members of which should be interested in his recent recording output, which includes 2014's Heirophant: The Magic and Fenixon (with Waylon Jennings). He has also released a couple of EP in the last year. Shooter's been a busy fellow over the last decade or so, including projects in film, television and production. He doesn't get bored. Tickets to the show are $20 advance, $25 day of show, $40 Front Row VIP.WAtch "The Gunslinger":

--Paul Moffett

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The fourteenth child of a Pentecostal mother from Arkansas, Iris DeMent somehow wound up a favorite singer-songwriter of the left - sort of. An NPR staple, if you will. Like most children raised in a church-going family, she got a healthy dose of gospel and, being from Arkansas, country music. Stir in skepticism and you get a s/s career by a real good singer who ended up married to Greg Brown, no slouch in the songwriting department himself. Her lates is 2012's Sing The Delta, which she will present a few tunes from ather Kentucky Country Day Theatre show on March 6. Tickets run $29.00 - $ 37.00. Watch "Got My Forgive You (But I Won't)":

--Paul Moffett

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A man sometimes labeled the "Godfather Of Punk" (for his band Jonathan Richaman and The Modern Lovers) but who now plays solo acoustic songs, Jonathan Richman, will be back at Zanzabar on March 6. Richman has long had a seriously earnest cult following but his status has risen thanks to appearances on Late Night With Conan O'Brian as well as his turn in some Farrelly Brothers films. Many punk and alternative rock bands acknowledge his influence. He has a considerable stack of records and famous songs, most notably, "Roadrunner," which has been covered many times. Tickets to the show at $12 adv/ $15 DoS. Watch "When We Refuse To Suffer":

--Paul Moffett

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Saturday, March 7, 2015

New Louisville Orchestra conductor Teddy Abrams will lead the LO through a program titled "Vivaldi's - The Four Seasons" at the W. L. Lyons Brown Theatre on March 7. The program will include Jean Baptiste Lully -  Le Bourgeois  gentilhomme; Djuro Zivkovich -  On the Guarding of the Heart; Maurice Ravel - Le Tombeau de Couperin; Francois Couperin - Unmeasured Preludes and  Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons.

--Paul Moffett

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Brooklyn, the current source of all things hip and current on the East Coast, sends us The Lone Bellow plus Odessa, to play selections from their new project, "Then Came the Morning, at Headliners on March 7. The band is a trio and the music is alt.country.folk.rock.roots.pop.soul. Sound interesting? Check out the video below, then head over to Headliners for tickets, which will cost $15 adv., $18 DoS. Go thou and be hip. The video is an NPR Tiny Desk Concert:

--Paul Moffett

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The Mercury Ballroom  will host the 2014 Wes Fest (Tribute To Wes Anderson) featuring The Quiet Hollers, Juanita, Nellie Pearl and Appalatin, on Saturday, March 7. The event will feature live music from all 8 films, it will raise money for Fair Event Vendors Alliance (FEVA) and the bands will various dress and act the parts of characters from the films. If this sounds a bit confusing, head over to https://www.louisville.com/content/5-reasons-attend-wes-fest-2015-0-. Tickets are $15 adv/$18 Dos.

--Paul Moffett

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