March 15, 2012 - 8:46am
“If you want to experience something different, sing along, snap along, stomp along, sssssnake along, and if you don't mind mixing your folk, swing, gypsy and pop together with a twist of all-but-the-kitchen-sink percussion, you should come out and join our circus of freaks!” This theatrical troupe of musicians has shared the stage with other great names such as Emmylou Harris, Dan Hicks, Glen Campbell, Nanci Griffith, The Decemberists, Keb Mo, Tom Tom Club, Iron and Wine, Punch Brothers, Tony Trischka, John Hammond, John Jorgenson and many others.
The swinging gypsy pop band, Caravan of Thieves, will be parading into Louisville this Thursday, March 15th, for a show at Uncle Slayton’s. The band members include: Fuzz Sangiovanni (vocals, guitar, hat), Carrie Sangiovanni (vocals, guitar, hubcap), Ben Dean (violin, flexibility), and...
July 29, 2012 - 7:07pm
The Real Nasty plays with attitude and conviction; the fans dance and sing.
For their first visit to Kentucky, the three gents of The Real Nasty made quick friends in Louisville when they played at Uncle Slayton's Wednesday evening - after a quick dinner at Molly Malone's in the Highlands. The Real Nasty is on tour from...
July 29, 2012 - 7:01pm
"He's a Moose on the Loose"... "Ode to a Toad"... "A Guitar-Pickin' Chicken"... Are you familiar with these soon-to-be-classics? Come here them and many more favorites from Farmer Jason, the family-music sensation who will be bringing his energetic act to Uncle Slayton's this month.
We all know the timeless classic "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," but what if Old MacDonald had a guitar instead of a pitchfork, and his huge barn full of animals was actually a stage surrounded by adoring fans? With the help of Farmer Jason, these questions have been answered for us. This...
February 8, 2012 - 3:25pm
Ryan Lukas of The Real Nasty talks music, life, and his first trip to Louisville
The Real Nasty takes blues and country, infuses jazz, and wraps it up in a nice bow with a rock n’ roll twist. Bassist and songwriter Ryan Lukas linked up with Jacob Groopman (guitar) and drummer Matthew “Smitty” Smith to form The Real Nasty in 2009 out of Oakland,...
July 29, 2012 - 6:55pm
2012 Grammy nominee Seth Glier brings his piano-driven rock to Uncle Slayton's next Wednesday. He will also perform live on WHAS 11.
Massachusetts native Seth Glier, a piano-rock man, whose second album The Next Right Thing garnered a Grammy nomination for Best Engineered Album, will play at Uncle Slayton's Wednesday, February 1 at 8:30 p.m.