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    Live in Lou: Louisville Music November 10-15
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    We give you another week packed with live music!

    Tuesday (11/10)

    Headliners Music Hall
    Brothers Oliver and Chris wood along with Jano Rix make up The Wood Brothers; roots blend group well known in the Americana circuit. Their eighth album, “Paradise”, was released this year and recorded at Black Key’s, Dan Auerbach’s, East Eye Sound Studios. The Infamous Stringdusters will also be performing bringing the lovely harmonies and old-timey bluegrass Kentucky loves.

    Kentucky Center for the Arts (Whitney Hall)
    I’m not one for singing groups lacking instruments, but I must admit this male a cappella has some intriguing talent. They mostly cover modern pop hits, but they dabble in some Motown and rock songs too.
    The New Vintage
    Nemes (knee-miss) is a genre muddling group with “one of a kind violin shredding”. Every song from the Boston group is vastly different from the last, but what’s most exciting is The Trouts; local and DIY. “Caught” them at Kaiju a few months back and the group at a basic form is goofy, fun, and worth seeing again.

    Wednesday (11/11)

    Magnolia Bar
    Every Wednesday delight your vinyl spirit with Clay Baker and friends! They'll be spinning  wax featuring tunes from punk to psych to hip hop.

    Thursday (11/12)

    Kentucky Center for the Arts (Whitney Hall)
    The whimsical folk artist is one you don’t want to miss. The multi-instrumentalist and composer creates music with emotionally striking characteristics and childlike nuances. His most recent performance in Miami concluded with a cover of Drake’s, “Hot Line Bling.” Check out our preview here.

    The New Vintage
    If “cosmic country” is your cup of tea then Kip Bradley has got you covered. Running in the same vein as Noah Gunderson, but a little grittier.

    Friday (11/13)

    The Palace
    He’s back! And this time with the New York City’s classical ensemble, yMusic.
    Communion Louisville gives you a full line-up of Indie rock, Americana, and comedy. Communion Louisville is a collaborative show encouraging a mutual support music community by putting on shows with emergent and established artists.

    Check out our previous interview with Howell Dawdy here

    Mercury Ballroom
    A free event showcasing Louisville’s evolving hip hop scene.

    Saturday (11/14)

    The acoustic stylings of this trio provide a blend of roots styles and rich harmonies that soothe soul.

    The New Vintage 
    Another Louisville hip hop show you don’t want to miss. Young, curly headed rapper, Jack Harlow, will be releasing his EP and Louisville hip hop veterans, Skyscraper Stereo, will be performing their final show together.

    Sunday (11/15)

    These two emerging artists will have the indie rock vibe flowing all evening. Keep your eyes peeled for a ticket giveaway!

    Mercury Ballroom
    Canadian pop alt-rock artist Lights will provide a chill Sunday evening. Joining Lights is L.A. folk pop artists The Mowgli’s.
    Cover Photo Courtesy of Ben Folds
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