July 29, 2012 - 7:53pm
Free concert showcases black spiritual music performances
February is Black History Month, but Bellarmine University’s Why Just in February? concert series ensures that the music of otherwise little-heard African-American classical composers is heard well into the spring.
July 29, 2012 - 7:55pm
While I’m not sure the servers at Mozz knew I was a reviewer, I am sure of one thing: I wasn’t unnoticed. No one is. This restaurant presents itself as many things — a fine-dining establishment, a jazz venue, the Market Street Bar and the Mozz Bar — all of it sprawled across much of the first floor of the Cobalt Building on the corner of Market and Jackson streets.
This article appears in the March 2011 issue of LouisvilleMagazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com.
April 4, 2011 - 9:00am
Seattle-based indie band The Cave Singers play at Zanzabar on Saturday night, touring behind their newest release, the mesmerizing No Witch.
I'll admit that I knew nothing about The Cave Singers when I came across an opportunity to listen to their new release, No Witch, on the indie label Jagjaguwar. It was so instantly arresting that I've been listening to it ever since -- an earthy, dark, blend of folk-rock and mesmerizing vocals....
April 2, 2011 - 1:48pm
Cage the Elephant gives Kentucky the full treatment with a meet n' greet and acoustic set at Ear-x-Tacy followed up with their sold-out gig at Headliners last night.
Bowling Green-natives Cage the Elephant returned to Kentucky last night in support of their new album Thank You Happy Birthday. They played a sold-out show, however, a limited number of lucky fans were able to catch them at Ear-x-Tacy earlier that day for a meet ‘n greet and acoustic set. Deana...
April 2, 2011 - 11:16am
Experimental duo The Books create mind stimulating music that is as beautiful as it is unsettling. On April 3rd, they bring their vision to Headliners.
Experimental duo The Books are Nick Zammuto and Paul de Jong, and they've got a lot to say. Their bizarre sound collages that take up most of their albums are interesting and enticing enough to allude that you’re reading vibrant imagery. As their name suggests, the Books embrace wordplay and...