August 27, 2011 - 7:22am
Acclaimed by many as one of the best albums of the year, don't miss the opportunity to witness the perfectly sorrowful synergism of Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings as they play cuts from their new album The Harrow and the Harvest this Tuesday at the Brown.
There are few albums as of late that have rooted themselves so deep within the subconscious of my mind. The Harrow and the Harvest, as the title suggests from Gillian Welch and her partner Dave Rawlings, has the ability to unearth the most casual listener and sow deep fruits of sadness within...
August 24, 2011 - 11:29am
Single ticket sales for Kentucky Opera's 2011-2012 season are now available. First up, the racy and rousing Carmen by George Bizet.
(Photo by John Fitzgerald, courtesy of Kentucky Opera)Kentucky Opera's new season is just around the corner, and right now you can get single tickets for the opener, George Bizet's Carmen. Carmen is one of the most popular operas and a must-see for budding fans. Its famous music is familiar...
May 17, 2011 - 11:50am
Stephan Jenkins and company dug deep and reworked the band catalog for a 75-minute set with a few surprises Monday evening.
“We really shouldn’t be on tour,” Stephan Jenkins – the driving force and voice behind Third Eye Blind – confessed halfway through the bands 75-minute set Monday night at the Brown Theater.
April 23, 2011 - 9:46am
Lucinda Williams, classic American artist, played Louisville on a dark, rainy Friday night. New guitarist, new album--did the energy overcome the barometric pressure?
Lucinda Williams graced Louisville with her presence this Friday at the Brown Theater. Justin Lewis, a solo-singer/songwriter with acoustic guitar and a lovely voice opened for Williams, surprising the audience with a guest appearance from Ben Sollee. The duo's cello and guitar accompanied by Lewis...
April 21, 2011 - 4:41pm
Lucinda Williams, singer of the human heartbreak, plays the Brown tomorrow, April 22. Bring on the draft beer and kleenex--it's Friday night!
There are times when pop just won’t do. You need a raw sound to swoon, cry, or slow-dance in the kitchen to. You need a song that expresses the emotions you can’t seem to sort out on your own. Guitars and vocals that bleed, slow the pulse, and furrow the brow because yeah, I’ve been there. Grammy-...