Photos and Article by Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY-- Steely Dan, the ever-morphing entity of musicians at the peak of their skills, came to town again. They played to a full house and they killed, as usual. The band has been making Louisville a regular stop because its usually a guaranteed sell
Article by Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY --A truncated festival has nothing to do with elephants. It has everything to do with rain, flooding, and a full day of music... canceled. This year's second Bourbon and Beyond Music and Food Festival was a little less music, but plenty of Kentucky's favorite
Article by Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY— Can we handle another music Festival? That’s like asking us if we can handle more Bourbon. The answer to both is a resounding YES! Add to that combination fabulous food from every category, award-winning chefs, master bourbon distillers, camping, and plenty of parking (and toilets!) and you
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY - Marilyn Manson took a break from this summer’s, “Twins of Evil: The Second Coming Tour,” co-headlining with Rob Zombie, to play four solo shows that fell right in the middle of “…Evil.” Sunday night’s performance at the Palace Theater also fell right
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY -- The very large guy standing next to me wearing a black Parkway Drive tour t-shirt looked at me and said,"Hold on!" He didn't mean "stop," he literally meant "hold on," to something, anything that would brace me against the impending onslaught.
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY -- Described as Tex-Mex, Americana, even traditional neo-country, which frankly sounds like a contradictory description, the Mavericks first came to international attention when their second and third albums both broke into the top 10 Country Album charts in the United States and Canada, going