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Live Music This Week
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Thursday, September 29, 2016
The Party Starts Now Tour 2016
Bret Michaels (fmr.w/Poison)
Shane Dawson Band
Chase Skinner
War Panties
Jason Isbell
Josh Ritter
LG&E Music Without Borders - All Beethoven
Louisville Orchestra
Robert Bernhardt, Conductor
Junior Boys
Friday, September 30, 2016
The White Out
Tommy Womack Band
Katie Mac
A Tribute To Phish
Powerful Pills
LG&E Music Without Borders - All Beethoven
Louisville Orchestra
Robert Bernhardt, Conductor
Saturday, October 01, 2016
The White Out
Bear Grillz
Midnight Tyrannosaurus
Louder Than Life 2016
Avenged Sevenfold
The Cult
Sick Puppies
Chevy Metal
Being As An Ocean
Bishop Gunn
Pierce The Veil
Young Guns
Cheap Trick
Twelve Foot Ninja
The Amity Affliction
Motionless in White
Neck Deep
Dinosaur Pile Up
I Prevail
All Beethoven
Louisville Orchestra
Halloween Spooktacular
Louisville Orchestra
Sunday, October 02, 2016
Blind Pilot
Quiet Life
Louder Than Life 2016
Parkway Drive
Zakk Sabbath
Smashing Satellites
Pop Evil
Alter Bridge
Adelitas Way
Them Evils
Tom Jones
Jon Stickley Trio
Wednesday, October 05, 2016
Rockin' Road To Dublin
Thursday, October 06, 2016
Jock Gang
Aldous Harding
Saves The Day
Coheed & Cambria
Eliot Sumner

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Shows Of Note
Thursday, September 29, 2016

Jason Isbell and Josh Ritter together at the Louisville Palace; it's an Americana fan's dream double-bill. Both of these guys were influenced early on by Mr. Dylan, which is evident in their lyrics. Still touring in support of 2015's Something More Than Free, while Ritter's latest is Sermon on The Rocks. Isbell has a considerable fan base here in the River City, as does Ritter, so best get those tickets early. The show is on September 29, and tickets are entirely reasonable $20.50. Check out a video of Isbell at the Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival back in July:Watch "Where The Night Goes" from Ritter:

--Paul Moffett

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Sunday, October 2, 2016

People seem to be VERY HAPPY with the Louder Than Life lineup this year, and word is getting out fast. I told one of my buddies about Slayer playing and I think he achieved release right then and there! Here is the lineup! Saturday, October 1 is Avenged Sevenfold, Slayer, The Cult, The Pretty Reckless, Pierce The Veil, Cheap Trick, Anthrax, Hellyeah, Chevy Metal, Motionless In White, The Amity Affliction, Avatar, Sick Puppies, Neck Deep, Young Guns, Being as An Ocean, 68, Twelve Foot Ninja and Dinosaur Pile Up.

Sunday, October 2 is Slipknot, Disturbed, Korn, Ghost, Alter Bridge, Clutch, Sevendust, Pop evil, Biffy Clyro, Parkway Drive, Skillet, Trivium, Zakk Sabbath, Kyng Skindred, Adelitas Way, Crobot, Sabaton and Smashing Satellites. Get your tickets now, this is gonna be awesome! Me personally, I'm looking forward to seeing Slayer, Anthrax, Ghost, Zakk Sabbath and Cheap Trick. 

I love LTL!! The bands, the people, the food. The whole concept of this in my town was unheard of just a few short years ago, and now it is an annual reality. Many Thanks to Danny Wimmer for making this happen in our city. Louisville needed this like a man stranded on a desert island needs a woman by his side! I've had a blast covering both events so far, and I can't wait to cover this one as well. You rock Danny, and so does your crew! LTL Forever!!

C'mon October!!

--Eddy Metal

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The musical shape-shifter commonly known as Tom Jones comes to town for a show at the Louisville Palace on October 2. With record sales topping 100 million in styles ranging from pop to rock to R&B to country and gospel - among others - the Welsh singer has built a six-decade-long career, an achievement not likely to be repeated in the current era of disposable acts. He got a Grammy way back in 1966; he also received a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II, so he's Sir Thomas to you. His first hit, "It's Not Unusual," pegged the No. 1 spot in 1965 and the hits kept on coming over the years. If you are really curious, head on to Jones' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Jones Wikipedia page for the full summary. It's lengthy. Tickets are $35 in advance.Here's a video from a more-or-less recent performance:

--Paul Moffett

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