July 29, 2012 - 6:55pm
Louisville music group "Son of the Widow" invited to perform in Estonia.
May 24, 2011 - 8:13pm
Krazy Fest made its return to Louisville after being absent from the scene for a decade. Check out this photo recap of the festival's final day running at Expo 5!
5.22.11- Expo 5The legendary Krazy Fest was rarely heard of in the last ten years, but 2011 brought Louisville's ultimate punk rock weekend a promising future. In addition to bringing bands like Anti-Flag, Bane and Against Me, Sunday consisted of a differing lineup, from blues rockers Lucero to...
July 24, 2010 - 2:31am
While throngs of people were in the stands and infield, arguably the finest set at HullabaLOU was happening in the paddock Friday when Dan Tyminski joined The Travelin' McCourys for some bluegrass magic.
This was bluegrass royalty. Plain and simple. In the paddock of Churchill Downs, The Travelin' McCourys and Dan Tyminski performed a splendid 90-minute set Friday at HullabaLOU filled with little fanfare but plenty of musical virtuosity.
July 24, 2010 - 7:45am
A quick glance around HullabaLOU Friday yielded fewer concert t-shirts than Forecastle, but on the bright side, we got some sage advice from Fred Schneider.
"And please don't take handfuls of diet pills." That's what I heard Fred Schneider of The B-52s tell the crowd before he briefly left the
stage while Kate Pierson and Cindy Wilson took over vocals duties on their hit
Roam. I have no context to out that quote in, but it sure sounds like...
July 23, 2010 - 12:29am
Acclaimed bluegrass star Dan Tyminski, who will perform with The Travelin' McCourys Friday at HullabaLOU, took talked with Louisville.com about how he helped bring bluegrass to a wider audience, a new Alison Kraus and Union Station album, and what fans can expect at HullabaLOU.
You may know Dan Tyminski best as a member of Alison Krauss and Union Station or maybe as the owner of George Clooney's singing voice in O Brother, Where Art Thou? And you may know The Travelin' McCourys as the Del McCoury Band minus its patriarch. Well, those two bluegrass worlds collide Friday at...