A two-night stand from Arkansas psych-rockers Vintage Pistol, the return of the Rumpke Mountain Boys and two album releases from local artists highlight a stacked live menu for Nov. 25 to Dec. 1.
We’re thankful for a rich and vibrant music scene, which this week offers up shows from DeBraun Thomas and The Local Honeys, among others.
Album release celebrations for locals The Wooks, Sour Cream and Joslyn & The Sweet Compression top this week’s live menu.
The soulful dream rock of Esme Patterson, jazz fusion of Coleslaw and Driftwood Gypsy’s concoction of funk rock top the live menu for Nov. 4-10.
Singer-songwriters and spooky Halloween shows top the live menu for October 28 through November 3 led by John R. Miller, Dark Moon Hollow and Bully.
The return of Kentuckian and multi-Grammy award-winning artist Chris Stapleton, brotherly roots trio The Wood Brothers and indie folksters Horse Feathers top the live menu for October 21-27.