The July 1994 Issue Featuring Steven Curtis Chapman Is Now Available Online

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Oct 272016
 

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The July 1994 issue featuring Steven Curtis Chapman is now available online at http://www.louisvillemusicnews.net/webmanager/index.php?WEB_CAT_ID=50&issueid=65 or you may click any of the menu below:
Cover Story


Allen Howie

Features


Wally Stewart


Paul Moffett

Columns


Berk Bryant


Jim Galipeau


Jan Winders


Paul Moffett


Henry C. Mayer


Keith Clements


Todd Hildreth


Darrell Elmore


Duncan Barlow


Alan Rhody

CD Reviews



Kevin Gibson


Kory Wilcoxson


Kory Wilcoxson


Allen Howie


John Goodin


Kory Wilcoxson


Mark Clark


Allen Howie


Kory Wilcoxson


Mark Clark


Kevin Gibson


Allen Howie


Kevin Gibson


Bob Bahr

Performance Reviews


Paul Moffett


Michael Campbell


Todd Hildreth


Jean Metcalfe


Life Of The Party


Mike Swayze


John Goodin


Allen Howie


William Brents


Jean-Marie Ebel

Interviews


Bob Bahr


Paul Moffett


Paul Moffett

Calendar


Bob Bahr

Preview


Jean Metcalfe

Photos


Letha Marshall

LASC


Jean Metcalfe


Jean Metcalfe

Down On The Corner December 2015

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Dec 052015
 

November was busy and December will be, too, given the assorted gift-buying, party-going and general busyness associated with the holidays. I trust all of you will have a very merry and a happy new; spread the good wishes and love around.


Otherwise, what’s new is that three months worth of LMN back issues are online: May, June and July. May features a cover on Winston Hardy; June has Turley Richards on the cover and July, we find none other than those crazy rockabilly guys in Bodeco. To find them, head over to www.louisvillemusicnews.net, click on “Archives,” then “1995” in the left-hand column. Take your pick from there.


See you all next year!

The Greenhaus Gets A Two-Fer, plus Norah Jones

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Dec 112013
 

The Greenhaus, 2227 S Preston St., is the retail establishment of Daniel Duncan, the brother of Louisville jazz cat Jacob Duncan, leader of Liberation Prophecy. The Greenhaus is also the site for the occasional Liberation Living Room, a children-focused music event, which is generally videoed and subsequently posted online. (Other musical events happen there, as well.) So. At noon on Thursday, December 12, according to a post on the Bluegrass Catastrophe blog, the Liberation Living Room performance of Norah Jones, who was a friend and bandmate of Jacob Duncan when they were both at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, will be posted on the Liberation Living Room Youtube channel.
Meanwhile, over at Louisville.com, Brandon Vigliarolo has a profile of The Greenhaus as a retail establishment, making it a two-fer, publicity-wise.

Catherine Irwin On Chile Rigot, The Endtables And Banksy

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Nov 132013
 

Catherine Irwin’s Keep On The Sunny Side column in this week’s LEO is an entertaining take on Steve “Chile” Rigot, his band The Endtables, the value of The Endtables records and British graffiti artist Banksy. Worth a read.

Video: Jaye Jayle – Pull Me Back To Hell

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Aug 222013
 

Evan Patterson’s new band Jaye Jayle, featuring Old Baby members members Jonathon Wood and Neil Argabright, released a new music video, “Pull Me Back To Hell.” Watch:

Per Never Nervous, from whence we swiped this tidbit, the scenes are from a 1970s-era flick, “El Topo.” Jay Jayle will play the Cropped Out Festival on September 28.