Music This Weekend, Mar. 7-9

Hair Police

Actually, we’re starting the weekend off early, with a show in Lexington that you should know about. Hair Police, two-thirds of whom live in Lexington, are starting a quick jaunt around the country on Thursday, March 6th at Buster’s (21+, 9 pm start time, and most importantly it’s FREE). They’re playing with Handicapper Horns (which features John Olson of Wolf Eyes and Dead Machines), Wretched Worst and Caboladies. Of course, they’re not playing Louisville.

Meanwhile, here in Louisville on Friday night, Vancouver psychedelic rockers Black Mountain, indie-folk darlings Bon Iver and local favorites the Phantom Family Halo are playing Headliners. Finally got around to listening to the Phantom Family Halo’s The Legend of Black Six CD this past weekend, and it’s pretty damn good. 7 pm start time, $12 admission, with tickets still available online and at Ear X-Tacy.

Blues Control

On Sunday up in Cincinnati, Blues Control is playing the Art Damage Lodge with tour mates Woods as well as The Organs (featuring C. Spencer Yeh), Evolve, and No Planes. Here’s a clip of Blues Control playing a house party in Austin, Texas last year:

Show starts at 9 pm and costs $5. And a heads up: Blues Control will be coming through Louisville to play a house party on Friday, March 21st.

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5 Responses to “Music This Weekend, Mar. 7-9”

  1. […] like the Hair Police tour we told you about the other day is in trouble. Got the following email from Carlos Giffoni, the man behind No Fun Productions, this […]

  2. […] in Shelbyville at Paul Oldham’s Rove Studios, we forgot to mention the free in-store in the last upcoming concerts update. D’oh! Fortunately for Louisville, Human Bell plans to play the Pour Haus in late March, […]

  3. […] here at State of the Commonwealth. While we cover music occasionally over there (mainly by covering who is coming to town), that l’il blog is really more of a general-interest thing (if you’re interested in a backwoods […]

  4. […] side) with Softcheque (featuring chanteuse Dane Waters) and Beat of Blood (9 pm, free!). We saw Blues Control on March 9th in Cincinnati, and it was a fun show, but I know Louisville can represent better than those bunch of buckeyes. […]

  5. […] here at State of the Commonwealth. While we cover music occasionally over there (mainly by covering who is coming to town), that l’il blog is really more of a general-interest thing (if you’re generally […]

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