Hymn for Her

$10

Lucy Tight & Wayne Waxing are "Hymn For Her", a band that hails from anywhere they can park their trailer. H4H live, tour and record in their 16 foot, 1961 Bambi Airstream (comes with dog and baby). Their new release, 'Lucy & Wayne and THE AMAIRICAN STREAM' was entirely recorded in their classic trailer on a coast to coast U.S tour. They stopped at various campgrounds and friends’ driveways between shows, set up their gear in their Bambi/home recording studio, rolled tape and rocked out. Many photographs and videos were taken during this endeavour. The album was mixed by Jim Diamond (who did the first White Stripes record) and captures the live, raucous sounds of H4H.

Patrick Dethlefs with special guest Ben Sollee

$8

Advance reservations are closed for this event, but there may be seats available for walk-ups. There will be standing room.

Patrick Dethlefs hails from Colorado, and is doing a brief tour through central Kentucky with special guest Ben Sollee.


More about the artists:

For a stalwart young artist who creates different means to an end, Ben Sollee has enjoyed a whirlwind year replete with remarkable success and warm, exciting music to match.

Sollee hails from Kentucky, yet sounds nothing like the colloquial music one traditionally associates with the state (or anywhere else for that matter). He eschews traditional singer-songwriter and folk boundaries, choosing a cello rather than a guitar as his divining rod, and utilizing unique plucking and percussive bow techniques juxtaposed against his blue-eyed soul meets Antony Hegarty vocal leanings. Ben enjoys collaborating with musicians as disparate as Otis Taylor and Bela Fleck, touring with indie rock royalty, and covering Sam Cooke as an homage to blues. When he ventures out of Louisville, sometimes he'll just strap this cello to his back and ride his bike rather than enjoy the comforts of a van or bus, as he did on his southern trek in the summer of 2009 -- playing intimate shows in every town he hits between his larger headlining performances. Yes, Ben's always done things a bit differently.

(Pronounced “Det-Lefs”)

Born in Tacoma, Washington, Patrick Dethlefs now makes his home in Kittredge, Colorado. He first picked up the guitar at the age of 12 after some inspiration from his father and a little push from a neighbor. He began to learn styles such as rock, punk, and jam music, and on and on it goes. Then around the age of 15, he began writing his own songs. He remembers people saying, “Let’s learn this song,” but he always loved coming up with his own. That eventually paid off; Patrick was awarded The Best Teen Songwriter Award at Swallow Hill in Denver, Colorado in 2009. He also won Best Song as well as Best Performance. Quickly after, Dethlefs released his debut album, Stays the Same, which displays original songs as well as a few traditional tunes.

(Pronounced “Det-Lefs”)

Born in Tacoma, Washington, Patrick Dethlefs now makes his home in Kittredge, Colorado. He first picked up the guitar at the age of 12 after some inspiration from his father and a little push from a neighbor. He began to learn styles such as rock, punk, and jam music, and on and on it goes. Then around the age of 15, he began writing his own songs. He remembers people saying, “Let’s learn this song,” but he always loved coming up with his own. That eventually paid off; Patrick was awarded The Best Teen Songwriter Award at Swallow Hill in Denver, Colorado in 2009. He also won Best Song as well as Best Performance. Quickly after, Dethlefs released his debut album, Stays the Same, which displays original songs as well as a few traditional tunes.

Screen Door Porch

$6

About the Artist

Screen Door Porch delivers a Wyoming-grown fusion of soulful Americana, Country-Blues, and Roots-Rock akin to “Stevie Nicks meets The Band, with Ryan Adams and Bonnie Raitt hanging out backstage” (605 Magazine). Grooving, electrified porch music. For this trial-by-fire Winter 2015-16 Tour, Screen Door Porch will shove off for a five-month-long sojourn dubbed The Drifter Sessions. The Duo will embrace a different town/state each month for a series of weekly residencies and one-off shows featuring Screen Door Porch + Local Friends & Strangers. The States: Kentucky (Nov), North Carolina/Georgia (Dec), Texas (Jan), Colorado (Feb), and Wyoming/Utah (March).

Robinella

$12

Online reservations are closed. Please call the cafe at 502-875-3009 for availability.


Jeri Katherine Howell will open the evening with her clear, warm, story-telling lyrical singing.


"Robinella's voice is so versatile - so utterly loose, carefree, and expressive no matter what the material is - that she glides into every tune..." - iTunes review

Robinella’s career began with a sort of luck that rarely comes to most artists within their lifetime. What started out as a simple husband-and-wife duo fresh out of college quickly grew to a full-fledged band that blended Bluegrass, Country and Jazz. The combination of Robinella's honey-sweet vocals with violin, mandolin, bass, drums and piano captivated audiences, thus creating the ever popular Robinella & the CC Stringband.

The Vespers

$10

The Vespers are a duo of sibling duos: Callie and Phoebe Cryar, and Taylor and Bruno Jones.

They came together purely by spontaneous collision, the two pairs both completely immersed in their own separate projects. The girls were playing acoustic instruments and singing ghostly harmonies to folk songs they had written, and the boys were playing rock and roll and having to turn down the numerous “hey, let’s start a band” invitations that were beating down their door. In Nashville where anyone can throw a rock and kill two musicians, rocks were landing on Taylor’s and Bruno’s heads every week and Callie and Phoebe were sliding by unscathed.

The Vespers are a duo of sibling duos: Callie and Phoebe Cryar, and Taylor and Bruno Jones.

They came together purely by spontaneous collision, the two pairs both completely immersed in their own separate projects. The girls were playing acoustic instruments and singing ghostly harmonies to folk songs they had written, and the boys were playing rock and roll and having to turn down the numerous “hey, let’s start a band” invitations that were beating down their door. In Nashville where anyone can throw a rock and kill two musicians, rocks were landing on Taylor’s and Bruno’s heads every week and Callie and Phoebe were sliding by unscathed.

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