Oct 272016
 

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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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A Frontier Ruckus At Zanzabar? No, Just Some Folk-Rock

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Dec 012014
 

Michigan folk-rock band Frontier Ruckus, joined by Firekid, makes a stop at Zanzabar on December 4. The band was called “the perfect recipe for Gothic Americana” by Rolling Stone after a performance at Bonnaroo in 2010, while Paste Magazine had them on the “Best of What’s Next” list, which does rather put a stress on a band to perform well in their subsequent records and live appearances. At this point, the band has toured Europe extensively, appeared on “Mountain Stage” and played Lollapalooza in 2013, among other successes. They are four albums into their career, with the last one, Sitcom Afterlife, released this year. Firekid is a singer-songwriter from Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Tickets to the show are only $8 adv. /$10 DoS.

Check out “Sad Modernity” from Frontier Ruckus:


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Website: www.frontierruckus.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frontierruckus
Twitter: https://twitter.com/frontierruckus
LastFM: www.last.fm/music/Frontier+Ruckus

Communion Night: The Soil And The Sun, Count This Penny, Quiet Hollers

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Nov 082014
 

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This month’s Communion Louisville show features The Soil And The Sun, Count This Penny and Louisville’s Quiet Hollers, at Zanzabar on November 12. From their Facebook page, this” “the Soil & the Sun is corn-fed, Michigan-made, Experiential Spiritual Orchestral Rock. Originating in 2008 as a two-piece band, the group has grown and matured into a seven-piece community of friends and musicians. Oboe, violin, guitars, accordion, percussion, piano, keys and vocals, cooperate to create complex harmonies, layered melodies, and driving rhythms.” Hokaaay. Count This Penny is also from Michigan and has ppeared on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion as well as sharing the stage with The Head & The Heart, Shovels & Rope and Kacey Musgraves. Think the Civil Wars. Quiet Hollers handles the alt country and indie rock this Communion show, which will be a contrast to the other acts. Tickets are $10.

The Soil & The Sun sing “Are You?”:


Count This Penny – “No One Here”:


The Quiet Hollers – “Their Dark Robes”:

The Head And The Heart at Iroquois Amphitheater

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Sep 212014
 

“There are so many things that should be said for this band, but mostly it’s the band you want to be in. You want to be friends with the bearded bass player in the ski beanie, the aloof singer/guitar player with the mustache that everyone in dirty America is sporting this year, the only girl in the band that plays violin, guitar and can sing, sing sing!” – Chloe Gomez, AllstonPudding.com
Clearly, there’s something in the water or in the air or the coffee in Seattle that makes folks crank out hippie bands. Maybe it’s the rainy weather that causes singer-songwriters to be all moody, smoke a lot of reefer and write deep philosophical songs with an ironic edge. In any case, another of those bands is headed to the Iroquois Amphitheater on September 25.The Head And The Heart, which came together in 2009, is touring in sup[port of their 2013 Sub Pop album, Let’s Be Still. You might have heard their music without knowing what it was: their tunes have been on “Chuck”, “How I Met Your Mother,” “Sons Of Anarchy,” “Hart Of Dixie” and one of them was the backing for the theater trailer of Silver Linings Playbook. Head over to Iroquois and check them out; tickets are $30.

Watch the official Lyric Video for “Another Story”:


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Hoots and Hellmouth Stomp It Up At The New Vintage on June 25

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Jun 212014
 

Beginning in March, 2007 the group, Andrew Gray (Hellmouth), Sean Hoots, & Rob Berliner, embarked on a quest to promote localism. A theory that embraces the idea that live music fosters a sense of community, helping tighten the bonds of the populous.” —Peter Lewis, The City Wire
Why Hoots And Hellmouth? It could be because the “Hoots” name for the band came from the last name of one of the founders, Sean Hoots, but the Hellmouth is but a nickname for Andrew Gray, which makes for another issue – the band mixes gospel in their folk-rock sound. The Philly band has made Louisville a regular stop, with the gig at The New Vintage on June 25 making it their second trip to the Preston Street club. Their blend of acoustic instruments with keys and drums seems to suit the fans here, as it works in the same manner as does the sound of The Devil Makes Three. Their personnel has changed a fair bit over the last eight years, with only the red-bearded Sean Hoots and Rob Berliner remaining from the start. Tickets to the June 25 show are $8 adv/ $10 DoS. Head over after Waterfront Wednesday for the party.

Watch Hoots And Hellmouth perform “Lay Low” live:


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