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louisville | live music | jordyn pepper

louisville | live music | jordyn pepper

She is the perfect blend of organic, deep-mountain roots, folk (with a little splash of soft blues), rock and country.  Put it all together and you have the makings of an Americana artist. Her name is Jordyn Pepper, and she has something to sing about. Recently signed to Howlin’ Dog Records Jordyn just released her freshman album "Mountain Rain." Her first single "Back to My Roots" was released earlier this year followed by her second single "1862" both from the album. This Nashville based singer/songwriter is described by many as a breath of fresh air, with crystal-clear vocals and a uniqueness that only says, “That’s Jordyn Pepper.”

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louisville | live music | kristen foreman

louisville | live music | kristen foreman

Kristen Foreman is an American Singer/Songwriter from Lafayette La.

Being from the heart of cajun country, she was exposed to a rich culture and early on in life those close to her knew she was destined for a career in the music industry. Recently, Foreman has worked on the upcoming release of her first eleven song album 'Feather Tattoo' of which she penned herself. Her album was recorded at the famous Dockside Studios in Maurice, LA and produced by Grammy winning producer, Tony Daigle. Although those around her knew that young Ms. Foreman would be musical, she didn't know for herself until she was a freshman in college. She was at a Lafayette establishment watching local singers when opportunity came knocking on her door. They asked her to sing and what happened next, some would call destiny. The crowd was small, maybe three or four patrons, but the connection was strong.


louisville | live music | strung out loud

louisville | live music | strung out loud

Acoustic duo rockin out our originals & cover songs- mainly 80s & 90s. Our originals are an eclectic mix of swing/reggae/pop/rock/country. Covers include Fleetwood Mac, Beatles, Stones, Petty, No Doubt, Blondie, Pretenders, little bit of everything!

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louisville | live music | brandon hanna

louisville | live music | brandon hanna

Brandon is a 23 year old singer/songwriter from Mt. Washington, Kentucky. “An original sound, versatile, energetic, and raw talent,” these are just a few ways listeners describe his performance on stage.

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louisville | live music | josh logan

louisville | live music | josh logan

Josh Logan, singer, songwriter, performer, reality TV personality, brings a fresh and addictive sound and style to an overly produced and cookie cutter music industry. Josh blends a style of Rock, Blues, Soul, & Pop that is invigorating, lasting, and memorable.

He has shared the stage with national recording artists; Dime-Bag Darrell and Vinnie Paul of Damage Plan, Tantric, Shinedown, Lacuna Coil, blues legend James Montgomery, Toby Lightman, Tony Lucca, Lakisha Jones, Matt Giraud, Lukas Rossi,  John Popper of Blues Traveler, and Tommy Lee of Motley Crue & Methods of Mayhem. In the summer of 2005, Josh embarked on a 3 month tour with the number one college act "Recycled Percussion" on their "Rock Your Junk" tour. Josh played to packed venues every night and collected many new fans along the way.

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Website: www.JoshLogan.net

louisville | live music | casey clark

louisville | live music | casey clark

Honesty always attracts a crowd,” and it’s proven to be a potent tool for Nashville based North Carolina native Casey Clark. A firm believer in the power of a well crafted tune, Clark’s work as a songwriter and road dog have won him respect from industry icons and classic country fans alike. Clark is on a relentless journey to capture the people and scenery of rural America one last time before they cease to exist.

Showcasing these stories is a 5 song EP with Grammy award winning engineer Matt Ross Spang (Jason Isbell, Drive By Truckers, Margo Price). From steel stomping robbery song “Train," inspired by the Outlaw Jesse James; to hard working beer cave anthem "Get my Chair Out," Clark continues to sing his unfiltered southern truth. Trust me, your ears are better for it!

-Rural American Post


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