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
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY— Twenty six years on (except for eight years off in the middle) and still going strong, BUSH, one of the first hard acts to be anointed "post-grunge," has emerged from a winter hibernation to restart their year-long campaign in support of last year's
Article and Photos: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY --I used to believe that the total immersion concert experience was extinct, except maybe for those occasions that began with serious psychotropic chemical enhancement. My opinion changed after Saturday night's experience with Portugal. The Man. Extended psychedelic, cinematic jams with structure, depth and
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY -- One of the few true four day weekends on this year’s calendar created a grand opportunity for Headliners in Louisville. Typically folks whose home base is here come flocking back for exaggerated meals with family, shots with friends, and wild ambitions
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY-- Where to start…Whether you brought your grandmother or your granddaughter there was enough food, water, shade, security and bourbon (for grandma) to satisfy all souls. The Bourbon and Beyond Festival, the first of what we hope will be many, was unveiled in the
Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright Louisville, KY- Following the sudden untimely passing of original Allman Brother Butch Trucks in January and the long-time-coming passing of Gregg Allman in May, Warren Haynes is as close to Southern Rock Royalty as we can come. Sunday night's Gov't Mule concert allowed Haynes