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    Monday 4/4

    Naytronix with Doctor Girlfriend


    While his music keeps its characteristic reflection of ‘70s Onyeabor and Bootsy Collins, there is a new facet of the sincerity and vulnerability of Arthur Russell amidst the psychedelia, as if wishing to land the Naytronix Mothership down to stay with us for a bit.


    Tuesday 4/5

    Teal Grapefruit


    On the heels of the “heart of being” release, Teal Grapefruit’s psych-rock can be sampled at Z-Bar this Tuesday.



    Wednesday 4/6

    SFJAZZ Collective plays the music of Michael Jackson

    Clifton Center

    The award-winning jazz ensemble is celebrating the King of Pop.


    Operation: Mindcrime featuring Geoff Tate with Year of the Gun and South of Never


    For those who need to get their heavy metal fix.


    Thursday 4/7

    Old 97’s with American Aquarium


    The new album “Most Messed Up” finds the Old 97′s at their raucous, boozy best, all swagger and heart.  American Aquariums will also be bringing some “rootsy rock & roll.”


    Kristo, Projector, Sick Velvet

    The New Vintage

    Kristo’s music embodies a morose and psychedelic piece of dark Americana.


    Rae Sremmurd with Jack Harlow and Rosario & Lougz Gee

    Louisville Palace

    Platinum-selling hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd will be blowing the palace up this Thursday.


    Friday 4/8

    Quiet Hollers with Wolkoff and Jesse R. Berlin


    Join Louisville’s Quiet Hollers in welcoming New York’s Wolkoff and Jesse R. Berlin!


    The Front Bottoms

    Mercury Ballroom

    The Front Bottoms are an indie rock duo from New Jersey whose music is a wildly eclectic blend of pop, rock and punk influences, accompanied by witty lyrics that offer a rapid-fire, slightly surreal perspective on the world around them.


    Garth Brooks with Trisha Yearwood

    KFC Yum! Center

    The Electrifying Return of America’s Most Powerful Concert Force and Number One Selling Solo Artist in U.S. History.  There will be four shows: two on Friday, two on Saturday. 


    Bear Medicine, Count This Penny, John Clay


    A great night of singer-songwriters and folk.


    The Kills with Kim & The Created


    Check out the Kills to catch a glimpse of their upcoming album release this summer!


    Hello Ocho, Brenda, Brass Bed, Brother Wolves

    The New Vintage

    Atlanta-based Hello Ocho is coming to the ‘Ville with some indie psych-rock.


    REO Speedwagon

    Louisville Palace

    Following another successful year of touring, which included their first ever co-headlining tour with Chicago, REO Speedwagon has lined up another round of shows


    Saturday 4/9

    Tech N9NE with Krizz Kaliko, Rittz, Mayday!, Stevie Stone and Ces Cru

    Mercury Ballroom

    While he debuted in the underground realm of horrorcore and seemed destined to be a future footnote, rapper Tech N9ne grew to be an indie rap superstar.




    Yes, you need the bass.


    seepeopleS with Kaleidico and Phourist & the Photons


    seepeopleS has played over 1,000 live shows and counts members of Morphine, Dave Matthews Band, Spearhead and Parliament Funkadelic as guest artists on their five studio albums.


    Photo: Garth Brooks's Facebook

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    I'm a writer, a musician, and an almost-graduate from the University of Louisville. I currently live in Shelbyville, but please, don't hold that against me.

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