Way to go Louisville, the premier concert event of the year comes, thousands upon thousands gather to eat, drink, listen, and experience what we have to offer and watchu gotta do? Rain on ‘em. Ohio River Valley 1, awesome concerts 0, okay maybe 1/2. Bourbon and Beyond was cut to one day and Louder than Life […]
Hey, y’all! As most Louisvillians know, our weekend at Bourbon and Beyond was cut short. While open, it was a muddy, rainy mess – but, it was still a heck of a good time. First and foremost, I want to thank the Bourbon and Beyond staff + the City of Louisville for putting the safety […]
If you were ever in a school band or took piano lessons, you might be familiar with the term downbeat. The downbeat is usually the first note in a musical bar – the steady rhythm of a song. But unless you’re an avid jazz fan or musician, you might be less familiar with the term backbeat. A […]
Ben Sollee + Lori Mangum = Episode 83 of the #502LeaderSeries Podcast!
The goal of LoudHouse is to bring people from all different walks of life to forge unforgettable memories through the love of music.
The whale of a weekend we know as Forecastle Fest was brought to life in 2002 by Louisville native J.K. McKnight and his incredible team of family, friends & other local visionaries. Now a major stop on the national music festival circuit, the event brings tens of thousands of music lovers to the Louisville Waterfront […]
Stephen and Kevin were a few years ahead of me. They were misfit in the parochial middle school, wearing long jackets and hairstyles the handbook didn’t validate. I knew they were trouble, but also knew enough to realize that kids like that had access to things I didn’t. And I was too naïve to worry […]
On any given day Waterfront Park is host to a variety of gatherings. Kids’ birthday parties, family picnics, ultimate frisbee, concert series, & the list goes on. You can find every kind of person at the Waterfront. If you venture to start a conversation, you might find yourself invited into the gathering you stumbled on. […]
I used to work at a radio station that would abandon regularly scheduled programming at the end of each year and play nothing but holiday music. Among the Bing Crosby, Andy Williams and that one Paul McCartney song, we were always told by corporate consultants that we must play Dan Fogelberg’s “Same Old Lang Syne.” […]