Jun 222015
 

The August 1997 issue of Louisville Music News, featuring Paul K, is now available online at http://www.louisvillemusicnews.net/webmanager/index.php?WEB_CAT_ID=50&issueid=102 or you may click on any of the menu items below:
Cover Story
Tim Roberts
Features
Joshua D. Smith
Columns
Berk Bryant
Decimus Rock
Mike Stout
Paul Moffett
Vicky Moon
Vicky Moon
Keith Clements
Tim Roberts
Laura Spalding
Henry C. Mayer
Jimmy Brown
CD Reviews
Hunt Sidway
Bob Bahr
Bob Bahr
Joseph Dinwiddie
Paul Moffett
Robert Gruber
Robert Gruber
Performance Reviews
Kevin Gibson
Pete Strojny
Tim Roberts
Wally Stewart
Pete Strojny
Calendar
Paul Moffett
News Item
Henry C. Mayer

Jun 222015
 

The September 1997 issue of Louisville Music News, featuring Gary Falk on the cover, is now online at: http://www.louisvillemusicnews.net/webmanager/index.php?WEB_CAT_ID=50&issueid=103 or you may click on any of the menu items below for other stories from that issue:
Cover Story
Vicky Moon
Features
Bill Conger
Jean Metcalfe
Scott McCormick
Paul Moffett
Columns
Berk Bryant
Decimus Rock
Mike Stout
Paul Carney
Vicky Moon
Vicky Moon
Keith Clements
Tim Roberts
Laura Spalding
Henry C. Mayer
Jimmy Brown
CD Reviews
Brent Starkey
Robert Gruber
Brent Starkey
Paul Moffett
Kory Wilcoxon
Roark
Brent Starkey
Brent Starkey
Bob Bahr
Bob Bahr
Brent Starkey
Bob Bahr
Brent Starkey
Kory Wilcoxon
Roark
Performance Reviews
Mike Stout
Paul Moffett
Leo Durham
Calendar
Paul Moffett
News Item

Jun 152015
 

The October 1997 issue of Louisville Music News, featuring a cover story about the International Bluegrass Music Association’s first trade show in Louisville, is available at http://www.louisvillemusicnews.net/webmanager/index.php?WEB_CAT_ID=50&issueid=104 or you can click on any of the menu items below:
Cover Story
Kevin Gibson
Features
Columns
Berk Bryant
Decimus Rock
Mike Stout
Paul Moffett
Paul Moffett
Vicky Moon
Vicky Moon
Keith Clements
Tim Roberts
Laura Spalding
Henry C. Mayer
Jimmy Brown
CD Reviews
Bob Bahr
Kory Wilcoxon
Vicky Moon
Brent Starkey
Tim Roberts
Bob Bahr
Kory Wilcoxon
Tim Roberts
Vicky Moon
Kory Wilcoxon
Kory Wilcoxon
Performance Reviews
Vicky Moon
Calendar
Paul Moffett
News Item
Paul Moffett
Paul Moffett
Jean Metcalfe

Jun 042015
 

The November 1997 issue of Louisville Music News, featuring Dan Gediman, is on available online at http://www.louisvillemusicnews.net/webmanager/index.php?WEB_CAT_ID=50&issueid=105 or by clicking on any of the menu items below:
Cover Story
Cindy Lamb
Columns
Berk Bryant
Decimus Rock
Mike Stout
Paul Moffett
Vicky Moon
Vicky Moon
Keith Clements
Tim Roberts
Laura Spalding
Henry C. Mayer
Alan Rhody
CD Reviews
Bob Bahr
Bob Bahr
Tim Roberts
Kory Wilcoxon
Bob Bahr
Performance Reviews
Paul Moffett
Wally Stewart
Jean Metcalfe
Henry C. Mayer
Interviews
Laura Spalding
Calendar
Paul Moffett

Feb 162014
 

Solas
Solas is generally tagged as the premier Irish-American group playing traditional Irish music, although they do write some of their material and critics have noticed a bit of country flavor in their recent offerings. Since their onset in 1996, they have recorded eleven albums, including the most recent, 2013’s Shamrock City. Fans of “A Prairie Home Companion” will be familiar with them, as will pretty much every Celtic music fan in the country. Though they have had quite a bit of turnover in their personnel, their sound has remained firmly Irish, so you need not fear disappointment. They’ll perform at the Clifton Cultural Center on February 20, with tickets set at $23adv/$27 DoS.

Here’s the “Shamrock City” show from Glasgow in January :

MORE ARTIST INFORMATION

Website: www.solasmusic.com/?
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/solasmusic?
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/solasmusic?
LastFM: www.last.fm/music/Solas?

Aug 062013
 

Solas
Irish music fans will have to hang onto their shamrocks until February 21, when Solas comes back to town for a show at the Eifler Theatre in the Clifton Cultural Center. They have a new album, Shamrock City, to play for you. Tickets will run $23 – $27. Buy them here.

Feb 162011
 

Ye neo LEO, Mat Herron has a long cover story on Louisville native and Brooklyn resident Jeremy Devine and his record label, Temporary Residence Records.. Ryan Reed previews Those Darlins show at Headliners on February 22. Herron’s B-Sides column touts a Coliseum show at the Mag Bar on February 18 as well as a Lohio show tonight at the Rudyard Kipling. In the Reviews section, Matt Sullivan reviews the Fervor’s Arise, Great Warrior CD on Karate Body.


We’ll update you on Velocity whenever we get our hands on a copy.


UPDATE: The C-J is all atwitter about Celtic Woman coming to the Palace in April. Weird – that’s been on the LP website for some time. Also, My Morning Jacket is playing Bonnaroo again.

Dec 102010
 

    Gannett’s local profit center has a few recommendations fer ya for this weekend, should you decide to brave the inclement weather. First up, Duke Robillard at Jim Porter’s tonight. We agree.

    There are several reviews of national act CD and J. L. Puckett forces himself to tout Garth Brooks’ Nashville benefit concert, though not without several snide remarks along the way.

    For reasons that make sense only if you believe having a ton of money in the bank upgrades the status of your entertainment choices, the Bach Society’s presentation of Handel’s “Messiah,” with a new conductor, is written up in the “Arts” rather than “Music” section. (Lumpen need attend only to improve their moral quality.)

Feb 122010
 

The short answer to “What’s up with ear X-tacy?” is that owner John Timmons has two more months at his current location before he has to do something: move, close or renegotiate the current lease, which, he said, is too much for him to pay. The problems he’s facing are the familiar ones: the economy is in the toilet, the record business is in the toilet, music fans are getting their music via the internet. He’s tapped out his personal resources, cut all the expenses that he can and is still on the bubble.

All asks for is for music fans to come to his store and buy some music. Got that?

There’s a longer piece by Eve Bohakel Lee about the press conference, posted at Louisville.com