- By Sara Havens | Posted on January 16, 2019
For a DIY musician who doesn’t have the luxury of being backed by a million-dollar music label but who still believes in her music enough to write, record, produce and release an album, it’s difficult to find the financial means to do so in...
- By Sara Havens | Posted on January 8, 2019
It’s not every day you can go to an art museum and be treated not only to one-of-a-kind local and regional art but also be handed a drink, hear live music and get thrown into a puppy pit. At the Carnegie Center for Art...
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on January 8, 2019
It was 1991 when Louisville-formed band Love Jones moved west to California, becoming a core part of a musical movement called Cocktail Nation, and eventually landing a recording contract. They would go on to make appearances in motion pictures, perform on Conan O’Brien’s “Late...
- By Eli Keel | Posted on December 20, 2018
After delivering an intimate and moving rendition of Handel’s “Messiah,” Bourbon Baroque is rounding out their holiday celebrations with some caroling, vegan treats and giving the year-round gift of musical education to some Jefferson County students. The second annual Bourbon Baroque Carol Sing/Play-a-Long invites unskilled and...
- By Sara Havens | Posted on December 18, 2018
For seven years, the annual Give-A-Jam to End Homelessness fundraiser was held at the venerable but now closed Clifton Center. But after tossing around several ideas for a new venue, organizers have decided on the nearby Headliners Music Hall, a fitting place for a...
- By Eli Keel | Posted on December 14, 2018
Kentucky native Kory Caudill has toured the world with his piano, and on Saturday, Dec. 15, he’ll be swinging by the Kentucky Center’s Bomhard Theater to share his talent with us in “Christmas with the Kory Caudill Quintet.” Insider caught up with Caudill talk...
- By Eli Keel | Posted on December 6, 2018
In recent years, Girls Rock Louisville has grown, adding after-school programming at locations throughout the city and hosting its annual summer camp.
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on December 6, 2018
Boiled down, the place does have a Check’s sort of feel to it: unpretentious and laid back, with a focus on reasonably priced, quality bar fare.
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on December 5, 2018
Mile Wide Beer Co. will celebrate its second anniversary this weekend, Dec. 7-9, with several events and beer releases at the taproom.
- By Sara Havens | Posted on November 29, 2018
The Yascone family always has championed for the arts, and on Saturday, Dec. 8, they're hosting a Prohibition Classic Christmas Open House.