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-...
April 18, 2011 - 7:08pm
A review of the 2-year-old rock show known as Sesame Street Live.
We arrived at the Brown, as usual, late. In a mad dash to find our seats just as the 7:00 showing of Sesame Street Live! Elmo's Green Thumb began, the usher at the door said, "Enter at your own risk. It's wild in there." And, yes, that just about summed up the entire evening with Elmo and his...
April 4, 2011 - 3:38pm
Ideas if you've heard this statement over Spring Break with the kids.