Monthly Archives: November 2008

Start making your New Year’s plans

LUCKY PINEAPPLE THE TEETH VENUS TRAP MINNOW Wednesday, Dec. 31 Doors at 9 p.m., music at 10 $5 at the Rudyard Kipling 422 W. Oak St. (502) 636-1311

The Broken Spurs on LEO Music ’Cast

The Broken Spurs are on LEO weekly music podcast tomorrow. They play Saturday with VHS or Beta and Frontier(s) at Headliners as part of A Concert for St. Joe’s, a benefit for St. Joseph Children’s Home. Listen at leoweekly.com or myspace.com/leoweekly.

Workers announce record release show

Workers, or The Band Formely Known as Your Black Star will release its first record under the new name with a show Feb. 6 at Skull Alley. Ultra Pulverize and Frontier(s) open. Workers’ album was engineered in Austin by Erik Wofford, who recorded The Black Angels’ breakthrough album, Passover.

Follow The Train shakes off the dust

Follow The Train will resurface Saturday, Jan. 10 at Headliners Music Hall. The group has spent the better part of year finishing “Mercury,” the follow-up to “A Breath Of Sigh,” released on Darla. Sheridan says no release date has been set for the album, and that the show is partly a send-off for guitarist Mike […]

Bejeezus 12 out now

Bejeezus 12 out now! Order online or get a copy at one of these locations: WHY Louisville – 1609 1/2 Bardstown Rd The Makery – 1572 Bardstown Rd. Carmichael’s Bookstore – 1295 Bardstown Rd. / 2720 Frankfort Dot Fox – 1567 Bardstown Rd. Ear X-Tacy – 1534 Bardstown Rd.

Badman turns 10, releases comp with MMJ’s “Sooner”

Indie label Badman Recording Co. celebrates their 10 year anniversary by teaming up with Amazon.com and releasing a digital promotional compilation of artists past and present, including My Morning Jacket, Mark Kozelek and innocence mission. Entitled Badman, Has It Really Been 10 Years?, the sampler features music that spans the label’s catalog as well as […]

Dar & Katie dazzle the Clifton Center

“This was the best way to spend a sleepy Sunday evening,” said a friend as she was leaving the Clifton Center last night after singer-songwriter Dar Williams and opener Katie Herzig played to a near-full crowd at the Clifton Center’s First Capital Bank Live series. Herzig’s opening set was just a bit more livelier and punchier […]

Pickens live, by demand

A note from pianist Harry Pickens: “Due to the overwhelming, positive response (and we thank all of you!), Voces Novae will present an encore performance of the world premiere of Harry Pickens’ newest choral composition, “And All the Earth Shall Sing,” based on the poetry of Wendell Berry. WHEN: Monday, Nov. 24, 2008, at 7:30 […]

930 half-price promotion for Infamous Stringdusters ends tonight at 6 p.m.

HALF-PRICE PROMOTION: Tickets $5 each. Ends Wednesday, Nov. 19 @ 6 p.m. Click here to buy now.

Digby

DIGBY Friday, Nov. 21 Gerstle’s 3801 Frankfort Ave $5; 10 p.m.