The neo-classical, baroque folks songs of Louisville’s Aby Laby Land held the audience spellbound today in the Java City cafe. Aby Laby Land has developed a unique neo-folk sound that utilizes instruments like the soprano ukulele, mandolin and middle-eastern drums to create a sound that is melodic and mystical at the same time.
Daily Archives: March 3, 2009
More than 500 art lovers turned out to celebrate the opening of the 2009 US Bank â€œCelebration of the Artsâ€ Open Art Exhibition. This yearâ€™s show includes nearly 400 works submitted by 200 plus artists competing in the professional or amateur divisions. Juror Mitch Eckert of the University of Louisville awarded prizes in seven different categories including ceramics, sculpture, fiber arts, works on paper, photography, watercolor and painting and named a painting, â€œThe Butcherâ€ by C. David Jones of Bowling Green, as Best in Show.