Well, sometimes show dates require a closer look -= in this case,
Talk about your last-minite booking - the Sydney, Australia pop boy band 5 Seconds To Summer will play the KFC Yum! Center on August 4, 2015 The press release also says tickets will go on sale August 9, 2014. Oops.
There is an argument to be made that the demise of ear X-tacy Records was actually good for the Louisville record store business, in that it opened up the town to other folks looking to sell some records but were intimidated by ear X-tacy’s brand and supposed clout. Phillip Olympia at Never Nervous has a column detailing Louisville’s current crop of record stores (six, by his count), with a bit of personal obeservation about each one. He also drops in a whack at John Timmons (still in debt). His one glaring omission merely reveals his East End bias – he mentions Better Days Records on Bardstown Road while utterly ignoring the larger home store of Better Days in Lyles Mall at 26th and Broadway, where Ben Jones got his business back together following the failure of his first store on Bardstown Road. But then, East End white folks don’t usually shop at Lyles Mall, so perhaps he can be forgiven his omission.
Anyway, the stores are – besides Better Days: Matt Anthony’s Record Shop, Modern Cult Records, Guestroom Records, Underground Sounds and Astro Black Records. He also includes a mention of the Book and Music Exchange stores, Half Price Books and Please & Thank You.
Alex Petersen at Louisville.com has a nice write-up about Crescent Hill Radio. Read it here.
Unbroken Silence was anything but on Hippyhead’s Spotlight on Saturday. The show airs on Crescent Hill Radio. Check it out:
WFPK’S Kyle Meredith chats with members of In Lightning for this edition of “The Setlist.” The group will play the Highlands Summer Concert Series at the patio party at Qdoba, 1500 Bardstown Road, on Friday, August 1
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