Oldham and McCarthy are scheduled to play the Bomhard in the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts 7 p.m. on Sun., August 4.
The singers have been touring in support of a new album, “What the Brothers Sang,” a compilation of Everly Brothers songs. (And yes, theEvBros were from Kentucky.)
That tour includes the Newport Folk Festival in New York City on July 29.
Check out this vid for the album:
Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Dawn McCarthy (with Van Campbell, Emmett Kelly, and Cheyenne Mize) will end their collaborative touring for 2013 in Louisville, KY on Sunday August 4th at the Bomhard Theatre in the Kentucky Center for the Arts. Also on the bill will be the All-Star Power Member Revue featuring Amber Burns, Aubrey Clemons, Marcellus Love, and more.
The Oldham/McCarthy show is $30, and ticket sales benefit the Network Center for Community Change,
The Network Center is a community movement with 5,000 members “who live, work, worship and care about Louisville’s urban neighborhood,” according to the organization’s website.
The Power Member All Star Revue opens the concert, according to the Network Center website.
Oldham has been an actor, musician and artist since his teens. His last Louisville-centric effort was a 2011 tour with Dominic Cipolla and Phantom Family Halo, now based in New York, in support of their album “The Mindeater.”