Oct 272016
 

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The May 1994 issue featuring Sam Bush is now available online at http://www.louisvillemusicnews.net/webmanager/index.php?WEB_CAT_ID=50&issueid=63 or you may click any of the menu below:
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Bob Bahr

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Rocky Adcock


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Paul Moffett


Karen Le Van

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Berk Bryant


Jan Winders


Paul Moffett


Keith Clements


Todd Hildreth


Darrell Elmore


Duncan Barlow


Henry C. Mayer


Alan Rhody

CD Reviews


John Goodin


Mark Clark


Bob Bahr


Kory Wilcoxson


Mark Clark


Mark Clark


Kory Wilcoxson


John Goodin


Allen Howie


Kevin Gibson


Allen Howie


Kory Wilcoxson


Kevin Gibson

Performance Reviews


Kevin Gibson


Kory Wilcoxson


Mark Clark


Jean-Marie Ebel


Allen Howie


Eric Metcalfe


Earl Meyers


Mark Clark


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Calendar


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Bob Bahr

News Item


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Jean Metcalfe


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Preview


Bob Bahr

Book Review


Steve Eng

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Letha Marshall


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Paul Moffett

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Earl Meyers


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Jean Metcalfe


Holly Watson

Oct 272016
 

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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:
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Jeff Walter

Features


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Paul Moffett


Paul Moffett

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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


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Bob Bahr

News Item


Paul Moffett


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Jean Metcalfe

The September 1995 issue, featuring the title story What Is Bluegrass, is now available online

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Oct 232015
 

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The September 1995 issue, featuring title story What Is Bluegrass, is now available online at http://www.louisvillemusicnews.net/webmanager/index.php?WEB_CAT_ID=50&issueid=79 or you may click any of the menu below:

Cover Story
Bob Bahr
Features
Darrell Elmore
Bob Bahr
Columns
Berk Bryant
Robert Gruber
Decimus Rock
Mike Stout
Paul Moffett
Earl Meyers
Keith Clements
Todd Hildreth
Duncan Barlow
CD Reviews
Mike Stout
Darrell Elmore
Robert Gruber
Mike Stout
Kory Wilcoxson
Kory Wilcoxson
Robert Gruber
Bob Bahr
Bob Bahr
Michael Campbell
Allen Howie
Mark Clark
Bob Mitchell
Robert Gruber
Allen Howie
Performance Reviews
Mike Stout
Mike Stout
Allen Howie
Wally Stewart
Kevin Gibson
Calendar
Bob Bahr
News Item
Opinion
Photos
LASC
Jean Metcalfe
Paul Moffett

February 1997 Issue, featuring Shannon Lawson & The Galoots, Now Online

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Jul 152015
 

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The February 1997 issue of Louisville Music News, featuring Shannon Lawson & The Galoots, is now online at http://www.louisvillemusicnews.net/webmanager/index.php?WEB_CAT_ID=50&issueid=96 or you may click on any of the menu items below:
Cover Story
Allen Howie
Features
J. P. Snyder
Columns
Berk Bryant
Decimus Rock
Mike Stout
Paul Moffett
Cindy Lamb
Vicky Moon
Keith Clements
Todd Hildreth
Laura Karnes
Henry C. Mayer
Alan Rhody
CD Reviews
Robert Gruber
Bob Bahr
Kevin Gibson
Robert Gruber
Kory Wilcoxon
Kory Wilcoxon
Paul Moffett
Bob Bahr
Tim Roberts
Robert Gruber
Tim Roberts
Kory Wilcoxon
Kory Wilcoxon
Performance Reviews
Laura Karnes
Jean Metcalfe
Calendar
Paul Moffett
Jean Metcalfe

Itchin To Pick, March 27 & 28

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Jan 082015
 


The 9th Annual Itchin’ to pick happens at the Galt House on March 27 and 28. Bluegrass pickers from all over will arrive for a couple of days of nothin’ but pickin.’ A $5 donation is requested. Tune your guitars, mandolins, banjos and fiddles and get ready.

Cornmeal Bluegrass At Diamond Pub

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Nov 212014
 

Jambands come in all sizes and genres these days, with a particular flavor initiated by Newgrass Revival, to wit, jamgrass, which features as practitioners such bands as String Cheese Incident, Greensky Bluegrass, The Infamous Stringdusters and Diamond Pub’s featured act on Saturday, November 22, Cornmeal. Cornmeal is a Chicago quintet-plus which began in 2000 and has proven themselves festival warriors, indeed, with stints at Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Magnolia Fest, Wakarusa Music Festival and Summer Camp Music Festival as well as having performed on multiple stages at Bonnaroo, All Good Music Festival, High Sierra Music Festival and 10K Lakes over the past fourteen years. They’ve released four albums, the last two “live” records. They’ve changed personnel a time or two or three but still crank out that new old-fashioned, highspeed jamgrass. The Rumpke Mountain Boys will open. Tickets are $12 adv/ $15 DoS.

Here’s a set from the Yonder Harvest Festival from 2013:


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Website: http://www.cornmealinthekitchen.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CornmealInTheKitchen
LastFM: www.last.fm/music/Cornmeal

Old Crow Medicine Show at Palace Theatre

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Nov 112014
 

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That’s not only because the 15-year-old band is made up of serious musicians who can play some of the fastest, most difficult fiddle and banjo lines you’ve ever heard. It’s also because you’d be hard-pressed to find a group that can beat Old Crow for pure melodic energy.” Elizabeth Pandolfi, Charleston City Papaer
Neo-C&W, retro-folk string bluegrass band Old Crow Medicine Show rides back into town for a show at the Louisville Palace on November 14, where they will certainly sing “Wagon Wheel,” along with a number of original tunes and old-timey songs from back before WWII. They get the credit (or the blame) for a flurry of banjo-picking string bands that cropped up following their discovery by Doc Watson (while they were busking in Boone, North Carolina). They’ve done very well, thank you, having been frequently on Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” radio show, plus getting formally inducted into the Grand Old Opry last year. Not a bad trick, being popular with the checkered-shirt and Ugg boots-wearing hippie crowd and the country music folk. They’ve earned quite a few awards and honors, including a Grammy for Best Long Form Video in 2013. Anyway, they have a new album, Remedy, just this year, so take a lilttle extra money with you to show – if you have it to spare, that is. Tickets are $29.50-$47.50.

Watch OCMS sing Sweet Amarillo>

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Website: www.crowmedicine.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OldCrowMedicineShow

Dailey & Vincent At Ogle Center, IUS

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Oct 312014
 

Dailey & Vincent is a bluegrass band some of whose members bring a significant CV to the group: Dailey sang and played guitar for Doyle Lawson; Vincent played with Rick Skaggs Kentucky Thunder band and was part of the bluegrass family band The Sally Mountain Show, along with his sister Rhonda; B. J. Cherryholmes was the pater familia of The Cherryholmes. Everybody in the band is aces on their instruments; the band has won thirteen SPBGMA awards, thirteen IBMA Awards and a Grammy Award in 2011 for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group in 2011 and another for Best Bluegrass Album in 2013. Their last record was 2013 Brothers Of The Highway, which reached #2 on the Bluegrass Chart and #40 on the Country Chart. The upshot of this is to make it clear that what you’ll get at this show is top-of-the-line bluegrass with a bit of country stirred into, as they sing Statler Brothers’ tunes, too. Tickets for the show at the Paul W. Ogle Center at IUS, November 1, are $28 adults/$10 Students.

Here’s the official video for “When I Stop Dreaming”:


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Website: daileyandvincent.bombplates.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaileyVincent