Amos Lee stopped by for a members-only performance. He discussed his new album, Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song, as well as the idea of releasing an album in general. And, of course, he performed some amazing songs, like this rendition of The Man Who Wants You.
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J. Roddy Walston and the Business give us an inside look at the Essential Tremors Inner Peace and Community in this video for Heavy Bells, complete with some intense musical therapy.
The Louisville Music Awards just released a video of highlights from their inaugural awards ceremony. So if you missed it the first time around, here is your chance to get a taste of what went down and who grabbed an LMA. Below, you’ll also find a list of the winners in each category.
Best Live DJ – Matt Anthony
Metal/Hardcore – Coliseum
Cover Band of the Year – Billy Goat Strut Revue
Singer/Songwriter of the Year – Cheyenne Mize
Hip-hop Artist of the Year – Jalin Roze
Engineer/Producer of the Year – Dave Chale, Deadbird Studios
Rockers of the Year – Old Baby
Roots Award – 23 String Band
Song of the Year – “The Blonde Leading the Blonde,” Wax Fang
Louisville Music Legacy Awards: Jason Noble, Tim Krekel, Chilton Price, Static Major
ALO stopped to talk with Kyle Meredith during this summer’s Bonnaroo about their newest disc, Sounds Like This, giving into their jammy side, experimenting on stage, a future live disc, how their side projects relate to their main gig, and what happens next.
Louisville’s own Whistle Peak just premiered their video for Longrun over at MTVHive. It’s the classic tale of an extra-dimensional being birthed from the television looking for acceptance and companionship in this harsh world.
Wayne Coyne and the gang have a new disc out, The Terror, and a new stage show to go along with it. Kyle Meredith caught up with the Flaming Lips ringleader to discuss the album’s darkness, their legacy and the image of a “rock star.”