Scene and Heard

HOUNDMOUTH The Grand, New Albany May 25th at 9pm

Posted in Entertainment by sceneandheardblog on March 4, 2014
Houndsmouth

Houndsmouth

Mayor Jeff M. Gahan and the City of New Albany,
along with 91.9 WFPK and Houndmouth,
are proud to present the The Boomtown Ball & Festival!
Houndmouth will be headlining the festival with a concert at The Grand Sunday, May 25th. Tickets for the 18 and over concert go on sale Friday March 7th at 10am.
“The Boomtown Ball & Festival will serve as the kick-off for the Bicentennial Park Summer Concert Series,” stated Mayor Jeff M. Gahan. “The festival will consist of a free outdoor music stage curated with the help of Houndmouth and an open air flea market/bazaar, all contained right in our downtown.”

This event will be held on Market St. in downtown New Albany on Sunday, May 25th. The City of New Albany has enlisted the support of Flea Off Market, a unique Louisville-based outdoor bazaar that will feature tons of regional and local vendors offering records, books, antiques, vintage items, fine arts & crafts, esoterica, and more!
Gates for this free family friendly event open at 1pm. Stay tuned for a full line-up of music on the outdoor stage curated by Houndmouth.

The Boomtown Ball & Festival will culminate with a ticketed show at the Grand with New Albany’s own Houndmouth as the headliner.That first November 2011 night, when Houndmouth all fell together at the Green House in New Albany, was nothing more complicated than four friends playing music, armed with a curiosity about what might happen. Matt Myers (guitar), Shane Cody (drums), Katie Toupin (keyboard/organ), and Zak Appleby (bass) all hail from the Indiana side of the river, where they knew each other from…around.

It all happened in a tumble. After playing locally in Louisville and Indiana for three months, Houndmouth made the pilgrimage to South By Southwest in Austin, Texas with just their homemade EP in hand. A little buzz convinced Rough Trade Record’s Geoff Travis to come have a listen. Of such things are dreams made. Months of conversation and a proper studio later, their debut album, From the Hills Below the City, was released by Rough Trade in June of 2013.

The band have been on the road for over a year — opening for the Drive-By Truckers, the Lumineers, the Alabama Shakes, Lucero, and Grace Potter and the Nocturnals — as well as headlining on their own. The band is more than excited to finally play their first proper hometown show in New Albany:

“It’s been a crazy ride since we started as a band, and one thing we’ve always wanted to do is play a special New Albany show. All of the amazing local fans, from both sides of the Ohio, have become an extended family to us. So much of our music and our success are directly influenced by our hometown, and we couldn’t be more grateful. We look forward to celebrating with everyone on May 25th.”

This event is produced by Louisville based buyers Production Simple, Concerts & Events and radio sponsorship is being provided by  91.9 WFPK.
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For full, up-to-date event information, including on sale and ticket info, please visit:
City of New Albany and Production Simple

For band information please visit:
www.houndmouth.com

For Flea Off Market information:
Flea Off Market on Facebook or call 502-552-0061

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For more local information, please contact:

Lizi Hagan
Production Simple
lizi@productionsimple.com

Iroquois Amphitheater Announces 2013 Summer Concert Series

Posted in Entertainment by sceneandheardblog on April 2, 2013

 Iroquois Amphitheater

Iroquois Amphitheater and Production Simple announced  the opening shows for their 2013 concert series.  Louisville  Mayor Greg Fischer discussed the significance  the series has in making people aware of our historic and beautiful park. Local band , Houndmouth who will be featured on NPR Radio and recently sold out Headliners Music Hall, will begin the series on April 26. The band was introduced by Mayor Fischer and Production Simple’s Lizi Hagen.

The Amphitheater celebrates it’s 75 anniversary opening in 1938. This year’s acts include Local Natives,The legendary Gregg Allman and Garrison Keillor. Paul Thorn and Jason Isbell will perform in  a rare collaboration show as well. To learn more about this season’s events visit their website  http://www.iroquoisamphitheater.com 

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Houndmouth to kick of Production Simples 2013 Summer Concert Series

Posted in Entertainment by sceneandheardblog on February 18, 2013
NEW SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT! Houndmouth will be kicking off Production Simple- Concerts & Events‘ Summer Concert Series at Iroquois Amphitheater on April 26th! Tickets for this all-ages show go on sale THIS FRIDAY at 10:00am via Ticketfly.com; $12/adv, $15/day of show.
Photo: NEW SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT! Houndmouth will be kicking off Production Simple- Concerts & Events' Summer Concert Series at Iroquois Amphitheater on April 26th! Tickets for this all-ages show go on sale THIS FRIDAY at 10:00am via Ticketfly.com; $12/adv, $15/day of show.

2012 Music Highlights

Posted in Entertainment by sceneandheardblog on December 31, 2012
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Roger Waters “The Wall”

Faces at The Palace

Faces at The Palace

Leon Russell

Leon Russell

The Forecastle Festival 2013

The Forecastle Festival 2012

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Journey At Kentucky State Fair

 Sold Out Headliners Music Hall with Houndmouth

Sold Out Headliners Music Hall with Houndmouth

 

2012 proved to be an awesome music year for me. I was able to cover over 85 events with over 300 acts. This was a year that featured many old favorites, a few of which were on my photo bucket list such as Roger Waters, Van Halen, Leon Russell,and Doors Keyboardist Ray Manzarek.  I was proud to have a gallery of my photos at The Louisville Science Center Guitar Exhibit. 

I got a much desired second opportunity at Bruce Springsteen and Jimmy Buffett and a third at KISS!

I want to thank my media sources for allowing me to get credentialed and all the great publicist who make this possible.

Special thanks to the great staffs and companies who bring the music to us. Productions Simple, WFPK Radio, Live Nation, AC Entertainment , Horseshoe Entertainment and The Kentucky Center to name a few.

We are so lucky to have fanatstic venues like The Louisville Palace, Kentucky Center For The Arts, Headliners Music Hall, KFC Yum Center, Iroquois Amphitheater, The Brown Theater and more who consider it important to provide us with quality entertainment.

Please continue to support these companies and venues in 2013!

Well here are my favorites of 2012. I apologize in advance for the lack of Country, and Rap. But these are my favorite memories of a great year in music!

The Best Shows (I attended)

Roger Waters ' The Wall"

Roger Waters ‘ The Wall”

  1. Roger Waters -The Wall , KFC Yum Center
  2. Bruce Springsteen – The Wrecking Ball Tour, KFC Yum Center
  3. Mumford and Sons/ Dawes-Louisville Waterfront
  4. Crosby, Stills, and Nash- Riverbend Cinn, OH
  5. My Morning Jacket- Forecastle Festival
  6. Allman Brothers Band – Wanee Music Festival, Live Oak Florida
  7. Sleigh Bells- Forecastle
  8. ZZ Top – The Louisville Palace
  9. Radiohead – Bonnaroo
  10. Dr Dog- Headliners Music Hall/Forecastle
  11. Tedeschi Trucks Band- Iroquois Amphitheater
  12. Gov’t Mule/Dr John- Iroquois Amphitheater
  13. Heartless Bastards- Headliners Music Hall
  14. Jackson Browne- Ky Center for The Arts
  15. Rush- Bankers Life Field house Indianapolis In
  16. Wilco- Forecastle
  17. Kiss/ Motley Crue- KFC Yum Center&Riverbend Cinn, OH
  18. Charles Bradley- Headliners Music Hall, Bonnaroo, ForeCastle
  19. Van Halen- KFC Yum Center
  20. Rod Stewart–Riverbend Cinn, OH
  21. Leon Russell-Headliners Music Hall
  22. Civil Wars- The Brown Theater
  23. Jimmy Buffett-KFC Yum Center
  24. The Moody Blues- Horseshoe Casino Southern Indiana
  25. Trigger Hippy- Wanee Music Festival, Live Oak Florida
  26. Journey- Kentucky State Fair
  27. Santigold- Bonnaroo
  28. Gary Clarke Jr-Bonnaroo
  29. Lady Antebellum – Henryville Prom Special Concert

More Great Shows of 2012

1.Houndmouth- Headliners Music Hall (One of the best surprises of the year)   

KISS

KISS

  1. Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros
  2. Mickey Hart Headliners Music Hall- Iroquois Amphitheater
  3. Rick Derringer, Gregg Foresman and Gregg Martin- Louisville Science Center
  4. Bobby Keys- Headliners Music Hall
  5. Matt Schofield -Wanee Music Festival, Live Oak Florida
  6. Jane Addiction- The Louisville Palace
  7. Beats Antique- Forecastle
  8. Jeff The Brotherhood- Forecastle
  9. Larry and The Flask/God Damn Gallows Headliners Music Hall
  10. Dianna Ross- The Louisville Palace
  11. Bruce Hornsby -Wanee Music Festival, Live Oak Florida
  12. Fiona Apple The Louisville Palace
  13. Faces At The Palace Series 

Best Festival 2012

1 Forecastle

  1. Wanee Music Festival
  2. Bonnaroo

Shows I wish I could have seen in 2012

Rolling Stones New Jersey

Concert For Sandy Victims

Pearl Jam (anywhere)

Black Sabbath at Lollapalooza

Favorite Releases in 2012

 My Gallery at The Louisville Science Center

My Gallery at The Louisville Science Center

  1. Jack White- “Blunderbuss”
  2. Heartless Bastards- “Arrow”
  3. Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros- “Here”
  4. Mumford and Sons -”Babel”
  5. Neil Young and Crazy Horse-” Psychedelic Pill”
  6. Gary Clarke Jr- “ Blak and Blu”
  7. ZZ Top- “La Futura”
  8. Dr Dog
  9. Rush “ Clockwork Angels”
  10. Led Zeppelin “Celebration Day”
  11. Bruce Springsteen -”The Wrecking Ball”
  12. Dr John- “ Locked Down”
  13. Band Of Horses-” Mirage Rock”
  14. Alabama Shakes -”Boys & Girls”
  15. Black Country Communion- “ Afterglow”

Best New Music Books of 2012

Peter Criss- “ Make up To Break Up”

Pete Townsend – “ Who Am I”

Neil Young – “Waging War”

Zoso- Jimmy Page (Genesis Publications)

“Man Who Sold The World” David Bowie in the 70’s- Peter Doggett

“Mr Fantasy”- The Lyrics of Jim Capaldi- Genesis Publications

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