Syd Bishop at Never Nervous clues us in on what Duncan Barlow has been doing since leaving Louisville. Head over here.
Brigid Kaelin has a new video of the country Hanukkah classic, “Mazel Tonk,” involving the Blue Dreidel from her 2007 video “Dreidel’s Day Out (Blue Dreidel No. 9)”. Shot during Bardstown Aglow, the video was directed by Allison Stovall with cinematography by Jesie Lynn White. Brigid claims “I had absolutely nothing to do with this video.”
J. L. Puckett has a story on Dave Howard’s Louisville Folk School over at the C-J. Warning: survey respones required to read the whole story.
A few Louisville music items to note:
Syd Bishop, who seems to be doing roughly 87% of all the music writing in town, has a couple of reviews in this week’s LEO: a review of Savage Master’s Mask Of The Devil and a review The Hookers’ latest aural assault, It’s Midnight….The Witching Hour.
Bishop also has an interview with Hunter Embry and Dave Chale, co-owners of the New Vintage, as his own site, Never Nervous.
There’s an unsigned review of the Tamerlane Trio’s Be It Ever So Humble in this week’s LEO.