Here’s a mashup tribute “Beatles Vs. Beastie Boys”:
Check out this review of an event called Salsa, Soul, Sushi & Samosas At The Palace, which went down last Friday. It was quite the cultural event and, apparently, a lot of fun, too. (There’s video as well.)
Flamenco fans haven’t heard any regular opportunities to watch the Sevilliana art form since the Marriott’s Blu Mediterranean Grill cancelled Flamenco Louisville’s monthly floor shows there. You chance for this month will be at Uncle Slayton s on June 29, when the professional company will present a tablao-style show, complete with tangos, bulerías, soleas, faruccas, sevillanas and perhaps a guajira or a taranta. It’ll be the last FL show at Uncle Slayton’s, since that venue is closing at the end of July. Tickets for the performance at $10.
Flamenco Louisville will be onstage at Uncle Slayton’s tonight for an evening of authentic Flamenco baile (dance) and cante (singing). The club has prepared some Sangria and light tapas for the evening. It’s not quite a Spanish peña but close enough for Louisville. Showtime is 8:30, admission $10.
Here’s a video of some members of the company at a Kentucky Arts Council Showcase, just for a sample:
The January 2013 issue of Louisville Music News is out on the streets and online. The feature artist is singer/songwriter JK Mabry. All the usual columnists have their first articles of the year as well. Pick up a copy at your favorite spot or check it out here.
Raq’N Around The Christmas Tree, which was profiled by Terrabeat columnist Alexander Campbell in this issue of LMN, was on “Great Day Alive.” Here’s the video:
LMN Jazzin’ columnist Martin Z. Kasdan Jr. has a piece on the New Orleans’ Preservation Hall Jazz Band’s show with the Trey McIntyre Project dance troupe at the Brown on Saturday.
Danielle Sills has a preview of the Jessica Lea Mayfield and David Mayfield show at Zanzabar on December 11.
Damien McPherson has a review of The Filthy Fifteen, by “producer, bassist and beatmaker Richard Herrell [who] worked his contacts list to put together his first “producer album” with some of the city’s nastiest emcees.”
Syd Bishop chats up the guys in Ruff Patches, scheduled into the 3rd Street Dive to promote their latest CD, Full Circle.