Enumeration Of A Murder At The Louisville Palace

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Dec 082014
 

It comes as no surprise to Corvus fans that the collective term for a crowd of same is a murder, but to others, well, a murder of crows is just a geeky term to use in a bar contest or, as in this case, a way of playfully hiding the name of the band playing at the Palace, to wit, Counting Crows, on December 10. Okay, it’s not original, but any reference to a popular performing act with a slightly odd name isn likely to be well-used. This very well-known group rock band is touring in support of their new record, Somewhere Under Wonderful, which also is also referential, in this case, to a stage musical co-authored by frontman Adam Duritz and playwright Stephen Beiber. With twenty million copies of their seven studio records sold in the twenty-three years of their existence, there’s not a lot to prove, so head on down an enjoy a very professional band rocking out. Tickets are $29-$85. Twin Forks will open.

Watch “Palisades Park” from the new record:


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Counting Crows To Play The Palace December 10

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Oct 132014
 

div style=”padding-right:5px;”>The Palace Theater has announced that Counting Crows will play the 4th St. theater on December 10. The band is touring in support of their recently released Under Wonderland. Twin Forks will open. Tickets will be on sale Friday, October 17 at noon and will range from $29.50 to $85.00.

Between The Buried And Me At Headliners

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Oct 102013
 

Between The Buried And Me
Just so you’ll know if you don’t already – the name of Between The Buried And Me came from a Counting Crows song, “Ghost Train”: “Took the cannonball down to the ocean/Across the desert from the sea to shining sea/I rode a ladder that climbed across the nation/Fifty million feet of earth between the buried and me..” I don’t know about you but it makes me feel a bit less … well, sanguinary about the band’s music, since references to anything mortuarial in nature usually calls for a heavy metal band at best or deathmetal band at worse. BTBAM is none of those those, which a quick listen to the “Astral Body” video below will confirm. They are tagged progressive metal and the progressive likely predominates over the metal. The band is touring in support of The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues, which certainly brings to mind Alien more than Dracula. They’ll be at Headliners on October 14, along with Safety Fire, The Faceless and The Contortionist. Check out ‘Astral Body”
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