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    Live in Lou: Louisville Music February 29-March 5
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    Monday (2/29)
    90s metal meets prog metal at this show, so if head banging is your thing, check this show out.

    Tuesday (3/1)

    Headliners Music Hall
    This Washington D.C. power trio is banging out catchy tunes on the keys heavily influenced by Ben Folds and other pop contemporaries. Jukebox the Ghost will play with Mainland and Heatherbond.Heatherbond.

    Wednesday (3/2)

    El Ten Eleven is a complex instrumental duo. The guitar riffs are comparable to Built to Spill or Pinback, but overall do more with electronics. The duo puts out heartfelt melodies that don’t require the addition of lyrics, it stands on its own just fine. Their music has been featured in a Lexus commercial and MTV awards show.

    Thursday (3/3)

    Clifton Center
    Dom Flemons is picking out old-timey tunes that explores country roots, rock, and jazz.

    The New Vintage
    Miss Tess & The Talkbacks are a blend of American roots genres. They’re a little bit of everything, country, honky-tonk, blues, jazz, and swing.

    Mayor’s Gallery Listening Room at Louisville Metro Hall
    As part of the Mayor’s music and art series Louisville Americana group, Bridge 19 will play.

    Magnolia Bar
    This is a psych show through and through. Psych rock band, Pocket Candies, will swing through Louisville on their latest tour. Local support for the show comes from The Waves and Cave Dwlr.

    Friday (3/4)

    Headliners Music Hall
    Heartless Bastards at it’s core is a roots rock band, but layered with powerful vocals, emotionally charged lyrics, and waves of indie grooves. Playing with the Bastards is Charleston indie folk band, Susto.Susto.

    Saturday (3/5)

    The New Vintage and Zanzabar
    Go ahead and clear your calendar for this live music installment half way to Seventh Sense Festival. Check out the regional and local line up to play the one-day fest.
    The Pollies (Muscle Shoals, AL)
    White Wholly (Durham, NC)
    Allen Poe
    T&A (MI)
    Mercury Ballroom

    Headliners Music Hall
    This show highlights some great local talent while also benefiting the St. Nick Fund and Family & Children’s Place. Set to play the show is Wildwood, Olivia Henken & Josh Logan, and Nappy Roots’ Buffalo Stille & Ron Clutch.

    From Indianapolis, Lexington, and Louisville this a regional line up you don’t want to miss! 
    Cover Image: The Pollies 
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