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Rumpke Mountain Boys – High Time, Low Tide is available

The hard-touring Rumpkes (the band already has several big festival appearances on the horizon, including next week’s Suwannee Springfest in Florida, where the band plays alongside John Prine, Railroad Earth, The Infamous Stringdusters and numerous

Banjoist Hank Smith set to debut super-group at IBMA

Brian Paul Swenk | September 28, 2015 | Bluegrass Today “What if Bela’s Drive had the vocals of Chris Thile/Michael Daves?” You’ve probably never asked yourself that exact question, but I bet you’re imagining it

Dark Side of the Wall interview

The Dark Side of the Wall is not just another cover band made up of several members from other bands locally, in Louisville, Ky. Dark Side of the wall is a collective of multi -talented

Cary Sertoma Series Welcomes Triangle-based Blu-Bop

Cary Sertoma Series Welcomes Triangle-based Blu-Bop First appearance for seven piece Bela Fleck and the Flecktones sound-alike Cary, NC – Spend an evening in Cary enjoying the bluegrass, fusion and post-bop of Bela Fleck and

Pink Floyd tribute band coming to Grand Theatre

The Grand Theatre welcomes back to its stage one of the nation’s premiere Pink Floyd tribute groups for a concert scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Dark Side of the Wall: A Pink Floyd Tribute presents

Jamming with Vessel

Vessel has been Louisville's most formidable jam band for nine years, although one almost hates to lump them into that genre. Vessel certainly shares much with that scene, but the band is more dedicated to


It’s time again for the Peak Summit Groove & Dance Festival on Aug. 19-20 with the After-Party on the 21st. Now in its 10th year, founder Myron Koch tells us all about the festival plus

The Golden Road Music and Art Festival

Calling all deadheads! Head to The Golden Road Music and Art Festival held in Louisville for a fun-filled celebration and marathon tribute the music of the Grateful Dead. Festival goers party down to a bevy

Motherlodge Festival

Friday, April 3 at The Rudyard Kipling, Headliners, Monkey Wrench, Ear-x-tacy Panel discussion: The Revolution Will Not Be Funded. With Motherlodge curator/creator Ray Rizzo, activist/artist Julia Steele Allen, a Squallis Puppet, and others TBA, The

Paradigm: Melodies For Uncertain Robots

By CHRIS M. SLAWECKI Paradigm's second album roams the free range of progressive jazz-rock fusion to harvest, thresh and bale every kaleidoscopic color and sound. It also clearly reflects the disparate makeup of this electric

Peak Summit; dear Watson

BY JASON BUGG Saturday, Oct. 11 This year’s Peak Summit Groove and Dance Festival features a jam-packed day of music and happenings, just how founder Myron Koch planned it. “(The Festival) keeps getting bigger and

Paradigm Shift

This band of UofL instrumentalists is taking its show on the road By Joseph Lord Music schools are breeding grounds for experimental super-groups. Take Paradigm, which formed at the University of Louisville School of Music

SOUND EFFECTS; Peak Summit fest in groove

Music and art event at rotating venues has grown in its five years, but positive vibe is still part of it When Myron Koch founded the Peak Summit Groove and Dance Festival in 2002 his

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