July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Forecastle Festival 2012 review: Dr. Dog
Definition-defying Dr. Dog treated Forecastle fans to a rollicking good time, bringing their legendary live act to the Waterfront and leaving grinning fans in their wake.
Dr. Dog is one of those quirky, rambunctious bands you can’t pinpoint, stylistically or otherwise, that makes for the perfect outdoor festival experience. Not a jam band, but not a Beatles tribute act either, their newest album Be the Void has shaken off critics who claim they’re...
July 9, 2012 - 12:08pm
Louisville's Ben Thornewill from Jukebox the Ghost talks about their new release
Ben Thornewill from pop rock sensation Jukebox the Ghost talks to Louisville.com about their new release, 'Safe Travels.'
Jukebox the Ghost, one of the hottest up-and-coming pop rock bands on the scene, released Safe Travels last month. You have probably heard them on WFPK, watched them on The Late Show with David Letterman, or seen them at numerous music festivals. Ben Thornewill, a Louisville native who lived in St...
June 1, 2012 - 10:00am
Andrew Ratliff of The Apple Core, on stage on the Lawn
The first time in Louisville at Abbey Road on the River was an experience that will live in infamy for The Apple Core
Seasoned performers, and faithful followers of Beatles music, The Apple Core took a break from life in the nation’s capital over the holiday weekend.  Since the summer of 2009, The Apple Core takes the music very seriously, using period correct instruments to precisely recreate the...
May 30, 2012 - 10:00am
Meet the Beatles UK wowed with their attention to detail
On their maiden voyage to Kentucky as first time performers at Abbey Road on the River, Meet the Beatles UK became an overnight sensation
True Beatles passion gave fans at Abbey Road on the River the needed kick to start the holiday weekend when Meet the Beatles UK hit the Fountain Stage just after 10 pm Thursday evening.  New to the Abbey Road on the River line-up, Steve Hemming (Paul McCartney), Lee Hambridge (John Lennon),...
May 30, 2012 - 11:31am
BritBeat brought the Teddy Boy llok back in style
Abbey Road on the River and BritBeat celebrated the 50th anniversary of "Love Me Do" on the Lawn Stage Friday evening.
Originally thought to be lost, the original recording of Love Me Do took place June 6, 1962 at 3 Abbey Road, the time period when the Fab Four roamed The Cavern Club in Liverpool and donned the rebel, Teddy Boy look. By 4 September, Ringo joined The Beatles and a second version was recorded at EMI...