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    Go ahead and free up your Thursday, Friday, Saturday schedule. There's a lot going on. 

    Thursday (01/07)

    I saw Chrome Pony in 2013 at what was once Dillinger’s in New Albany. At that time the Nashville group was this loud, fast garage punk three piece, but now that label is too simplistic. The group’s sound is tighter, more engaging, with hip-shaking, head-banging riffs and beats.

    Quiet Hollers
    Mayor’s Gallery Listening Room at Louisville Metro Hall
    Louisville’s favorite cult/gang/band will play a free show as part of “The Mayor’s Music and Art Series.” We had a fun interview with the guys back in August, check it out here!

    The New Vintage
    This Missouri band brings with them the best underrated qualities of American roots. Lead singer John Randall’s vocals echo the gravelly quality of Louis Armstrong's. The group is known for their “raucous” live performance and judging by their music video, I believe it. 


    Friday (01/08)

    John D Morton’s 1978 punk band was short lived, but they’re back. The name, or pictogram, rather, was an intentional mutable design and therefore also extremely hard to search, better just check them out. It will be very “Dada” of you.

    Headliners Music Hall
    Jam For a Cure features Greg Foresman, Danny Flanigan and John Mann with a special tribute to Tim Krekel.
    The New Vintage
    Here’s another local line-up this weekend. Aby Laby Land is a progressive indie jam conglomeration. They’re funky, mesmerizing and abrupt. You just never know what you’re going to get. Plastic Melodies, an interesting bass-drum duo, is also worth the listen.

    Haymarket Whiskey Bar
    A debut show for Louisville’s newest rockabilly group, The Bang Bangs. The group includes members from Squeezebot, The Ladybirds and Billy Goat Strut Revue. Also playing is 1960s surf rock trio, The Get Down.

    Saturday (01/09)

    The Brown
    Celebrating 20 years of Radio Louisville! The All Star jam includes Wax Fang, Twin Limb, Howell Dawdy and members of Houndmouth.

    Instrumental band, Sea Hero, is beautifully eerie. Seluah is also rockin’ the dark vibes but with more sinister guitars and haunting vocals. Trophy Wives? What a collection. This band showcases some of Louisville’s music scene veterans from Elliott and Coliseum.

    Headliners Music Hall
    Part of 107.7 The Eagle’s “Cover Up Series,” “A Reckoning” features Fat Box, The Merry Pranksters, Phiasco and Slow Down Johnny.
    The New Vintage
    It’s a reunion folks! See the songwriting powerhouses while you can. They’re only back together for a few select shows.

    The New Vintage 
    Girl's got pipes! Stelle Amor blends styles comparable to Amy Winehouse, Lana Del Rey and Adele.

    A.J. Gaither is a singer/songwriter like no other. He’s a one man band playing instruments made of everything from feed buckets to scrap lumber. It doesn’t get more traditional American roots than this.

    Four Skulls, Turn3, Super 5, Phone Cops, Nulydedz
    Third Street Dive

    Sunday (01/10)

    Bluegrass Brunch
    The Monkey Wrench
    Cure the hangover, feed the soul with brunch and bluegrass. 
    Cover Photo Courtesy of Chrome Pony 
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