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    Monday (3/14)

    The Brown Theatre 
    Come see the rock folk legend in the flesh! The Canadian songwriter helped shape the genre of the 60s and 70s. 

    Magnolia Bar
    A regional showcase of local bands this night. Plus it’s FREE. 

    Tuesday (3/15)

    Singer-songwriter, David Ramirez, runs in the same vein as other artists like Ryan Adams and Noah Gunderson, so if you’re into that check it out! Opening for Ramirez is the youthful, folk artist, Lucette. 
    The New Vintage
    If you didn’t catch on by Mike Silverman’s stage name, That 1 Guy, he’s a bit of a novelty. The creative is definitely imaginary and innovative playing an unusual instrument he calls, “The Magic Pipe, a monstrosity of metal, strings, and electronics, facilitates the dynamic live creation of music and magic in ways only That1Guy can conjure.”  

    Lydia House 
    Local and DIY rock at it's best. 

    Wednesday (3/16)

    The Problems, C2 and The Brothers Reed, Cousins
    The New Vintage
    Alternative blues-rock, soul, and indie grunge all in one place. 

    The American singer-songwriter nestles himself in the South’s progressive folk scene. His sound is intriguingly lovely. 

    Voodoo Economics
    The Hideaway Saloon
    If you haven't taken the time to check out this local band making moves, do yourself a favor. I saw them at Mag a couple of weeks ago and it was one hell of a show. 

    Thursday (3/17)

    Baxter’s 942
    Tony and The Tan Lines are one of the best acts in the city. It's always a great time and I've never not danced all night long. 

    Mercury Ballroom
    "It's the thuggish ruggish bone."

    Headliners Music Hall

    A healthy mix of folk and electronics. 


    Friday (3/18)

    Headliners Music Hall
    It's outlaw country meets big city psych rock. 


    Mercury Ballroom
    Yes, it's a tribute. Yes, it's Pink Floyd. 
    An interesting line up to say the least. Some weird stuff, some good stuff. 
    The New Vintage
    Here's a Louisville supergroup composed of "Dewey Kincade, Leigh Ann Yost, Danny Flanigan, Tonya Buckler with Jeffrey Faith (Bridge 19, Hickory) and Steve Sizemore (Appalatin). The group combines layered harmonies and layered percussion to create a rich soundscape."

    Saturday (3/19)

    The Louisville Palace
    Now here's something to talk about! 

    It's funky and it's out of Nashville. 

    Louis’s The Ton
    Two great local bands at one great place! 
    This one is going to be fun folks! Super excited about Coconut Milk, they've got a sound resonating indie and dance. Plus Billy Nelson, he's like Willy Nelson, but not. I caught the Louisville music scene veteran at Do502's Free Week and I would totally see him again.
    Cover Image: Tony and The Tan Lines 
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