For the Love of Music: Stories of Making it Big and Staying Alive
They say it’s a long way to the top if you want to rock-n-roll – and the latest Louisville Storytellers night will feature well-known Louisville musicians, conductors, promoters and photographers telling funny, surprising, entertaining true stories about breaking in, making it and burning out in the not-always-glamorous world of music.
6 p.m. - Reception, light appetizers from the Mayan Cafe; cash bar. Catch the Performance by the Louisville Leopards Percussionists.
7 p.m. - Let the stories begin.
Teddy Abrams - Louisville Orchestra conductor
JK McKnight - Forecastle Festival founder
Jecorey "1200" Arthur - Award-winning Hip-Hop artist
Diane Downs - Created The Louisville Leopard Percussionists
Billy Hardison - Pioneering music show promoter
Jerry Green - R&B musician, nightclub owner
Don Aters - Kentucky-based rock photographer and historian
Cheyenne Mize -Louisville-based singer-songwriter
Relax, enjoy a drink and some snacks before the show in the gallery.
Tickets - $10 + service charge
Additional Details to Make Your Storytellers experience spectacular:
Tickets available are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
A limited number of tickets may be offered for purchase at the door with credit or debit cards only.
Seating is general admission except for VIP/Xtras! tickets.
Plan to arrive early to enjoy the reception and claim the best seat available.
We are unable to offer refunds on any purchased ticket.
To purchase tickets online visit tickets.courier-journal.com/orders/tickets/louisville-storytellers-confessions-2