And just as LEO was going to press, Julie of the Wolves, the new brainchild of ex-Minnow mates Carrie Neumayer and Becca Lindsay, was canceling, likely to be replaced by an equally ferocious group. “We’re excited to bring the South’s best music, food and fun back to the community.” Remember to stay hydrated and wear sunscreen. —Kevin Gibson Attention Louisville theater-goers: There’s a new kid on the block.
—Simon Isham year, the Louisville Blues & Barbecue Festival will bring the taste of the South and sounds of New Orleans and Memphis to the Water Tower. Derby City Dating Scene has brought together some of the city’s best and brightest actors, improvisers, writers, musicians and more to form a new kind of ensemble. Lebangood describes the group as “a resource for people to develop material, a forum for established performers to hone their craft, and a group that can showcase some of the great talent that exists in Louisville underground theater and improv.
“I see the dualism between nature and society in everyday life and look to express how they serve to both hinder and help one another,” he says.
Or, as he says, “Creating something from what others might consider nothing defines what I do.” Horton often uses material he finds scattered around the city.
Next Wednesday, Nora Rose Moosnick discusses her book “Arab and Jewish Women in Kentucky: Stories of Accommodation and Audacity.” One might suspect these two groups would have an adversarial relationship, but the book explores the very similar paths Arab (both Christian and Muslim) and Jewish immigrants have traveled in Kentucky.
Intimate portraits illuminate the women’s overlapping lives and shared humanity.
1 album in the United States as well as a five-time Platinum seller in Canada.
Her ability to balance commercial success with high musical standards is Krall’s signature.
This is a chance to catch the master, whose influences range from Robert Johnson to John Coltrane.