Nov 142016
 

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The March 1994 issue featuring Rodan is now available online at http://www.louisvillemusicnews.net/webmanager/index.php?WEB_CAT_ID=50&issueid=61 or you may click any of the menu below:
Cover Story


Bob Bahr


Bob Bahr

Features


Paul Moffett


Paul Moffett

Columns


Henry C. Mayer


Berk Bryant


Jim Galipeau


Jan Winders


Paul Moffett


Keith Clements


Todd Hildreth


Darrell Elmore


Elaine Ford


Duncan Barlow


Alan Rhody

CD Reviews


Kevin Gibson


Allen Howie



Bob Bahr


John Goodin


Allen Howie


Bob Bahr




Kevin Gibson




Todd Hildreth

Performance Reviews


Berkley Harrington, Jr.


Paul Moffett


Mark Clark


Kevin Gibson

Calendar


Staff


Bob Bahr


Staff

News Item


Staff

Errata


Staff

Photos


Jean Metcalfe

LASC


Holly Watson


Paul Moffett


Staff


Jonathan Miller


Jean Metcalfe


Staff


Jonathan Miller

Oct 272016
 

1994JuneKellyRicheyCover

The June 1994 issue featuring Kelly Richey is now available online at http://www.louisvillemusicnews.net/webmanager/index.php?WEB_CAT_ID=50&issueid=64 or you may click any of the menu below:
Cover Story


Jeff Walter

Features


Staff


Paul Moffett


Paul Moffett

Columns


Henry C. Mayer


Berk Bryant


Jan Winders


Paul Moffett


Keith Clements


Todd Hildreth


Darrell Elmore


Duncan Barlow


Alan Rhody

CD Reviews


Michael Campbell


Bob Bahr


Kevin Gibson


Mark Clark


Mark Clark


Michael Campbell



Kevin Gibson


Mark Clark


Allen Howie


Kory Wilcoxson


Kevin Gibson


Kevin Gibson

Performance Reviews


Wally Stewart


William Brents


Kelvin Bailey


Mark Clark

Interviews


Jean Metcalfe

Calendar


Staff


Bob Bahr

News Item


Paul Moffett


Staff

Preview


Staff



LASC






Jean Metcalfe


Jean Metcalfe

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

Weekly Ink, May 29

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May 292014
 

This week’s ink-stained wretches have scribbled a bit more than usual:
J. L. Puckett has a feature piece in the C-J about Louisville native and jazz musician Don Braden, along with his Organix Trio, featuring Vanessa Rubin, scheduled to play a show in Bird Hall at the University of Louisville School of Music tonight. Tickets are $15.
Over at LEO, Peter Berkowitz writes about This World, the new record from Watter, and, along the way, how the band came to be. Of primary focus is former Slint band member Britt Walford, plus founders Tyler Trotter and Zak Riles and their connection to Tony Levin, former bassist for King Crimson. It’s an interesting read.
Berkowitz also has a piece on New Mother Nature, with former Louisvillian Axel Cooper. They’re playing at Zanzabar on Friday.

Corey Smith Stops In at Mercury Ballroom

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Apr 062014
 

Singer-songwriter Corey Smith returns to the Derby City on April 10, for the seventh year in a row, this time at the Mercury Ballroom, assuming the construction delays have been resolved. His musical career began as a blues-rock-oriented singer/songwriter detailing the interests of young folks, particularly their interest in drinking. His first well-known song, “Twenty-one,” featured, well, drinking and chasing girls, but from the point of an older man looking back. He’s written a few more with the same theme but age has a way of putting a stamp on a musician, so watch for a bit more introspection. He’s still touring in support of “Live In Chattanooga.” He does have a new video, “Ain’t Goin’ Out Tonight” Watch it:


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Drowned In Sound Goes In Depth On Slint

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Mar 152014
 

Robert Cooke at Drowned in Sound has two lengthy articles about Slint, in advance of the release of the box set of Spiderland, fwith a version of the album remastered by Bob Weston, previously unheard recordings, a 104-page coffee table book with foreword by Will Oldham, and Lance Bangs’ long-awaited documentary on the band, Breadcrumb Trail.
The first part is titled “The People of Louisville are Crazy.”
http://drownedinsound.com/in_depth/4147485-the-people-of-louisville-are-crazy—-dis-meets-slint-part-one
The second is “I’m trying To Find My Way Back Home”:
http://www.drownedinsound.com/in_depth/4147507-i-m-trying-to-find-my-way-home—-dis-meets-slint-part-two?ticker