Article and Photos by Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY-- Machine Head put it all out there. This night’s show marked four months into the band's Burn My Eyes 25th Anniversary tour, celebrating the release of their debut album, 1994's, Burn My Eyes, an album roundly hailed as one landmark in metal history. To mark
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY - Two acts had slowly raised the temperature in the theater. Then, at the penultimate moment, before the mercury would have shattered the glass, just as planned, Snoop Dogg snuck onto the stage and exploded under a shimmering spotlight. Every seat at the Palace
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY -- Don't think about it too hard. Once you get comfortable with this band's name it becomes easy to surrender to the raw energy, visual display, and fearless abandon that's at the core of Mannequin Pussy. If you walked into Zanzabar's performance space
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY - Weather history would eventually reveal that this three day festival would be part of Louisville's hottest and driest September in recorded history. Hydrate, hydrate, take breaks in the shade whenever possible, use sunscreen, and most of all -- don't forget to...hydrate.
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY -- Interpol was celebrating the first anniversary of the release of Maurader, their August 2018 album, and the tour that has filled most of their time for the past year. In addition, this was only the second show at Old Forester's Paristown Hall, a
Article by: Michael W. Bright Louisville- Barely six weeks away, Bourbon & Beyond (the world's largest bourbon festival) returns to Louisville for the third year and has now expanded to a three day experience, September 20-22. Friday VIP tickets are already sold out as are most of the combination Hotel/ticket weekend
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright A summer music festival is a fairly simple, predictable recipe and the 17th Annual Forecastle Festival is no different. The most important ingredient is the weather, without which there can be nothing, as last year’s Bourbon and Beyond Festival, also in Louisville, overwhelmingly demonstrated