Tuesday, June 02, 2009

 

Bonnie 'Prince' Billy w/Bachelorette - Saturday, June 13th @ The Red Mile Round Barn !!!



Saturday, June 13th
Bullhorn presents
Bonnie Prince Billy w/ Bachelorette
@ The Red Mile Round Barn, 1200 Red Mile Rd, Lexington, KY (map)
doors open at 8pm, show starts at 9pm > all ages welcome
tickets: $10 in advance/$12 at the door

In Lexington, advance tickets are available at CD Central (377 S. Limestone, Lexington, KY - ph. 859/233-3472)


Beginning Friday advance tickets will be available in Louisville at Underground Sounds (2003 Highland Ave).

If you can't make it to either spot, but wanna make sure you get a ticket. Call CD Central (859/233-3472). They'll sell you tix over the phone and you can pick them up at will call on the night of the show.


Some notes ...

* The show is open to all ages, but there will be a full bar available for peeps interested in imbibing.

* There is tons of free, secure parking directly adjacent to the venue.

* The Red Mile Round Barn holds around 600 people. It's an intimate, odd, and completely charming spot. The people at the track are working hard to make it a fun place to see a concert. If you've been to any of the recent shows at the space, you may have had trouble seeing the band. Rest assured, there will be a stage for this show. Should dramatically improve visibility.


Have a question about anything else relating to the show? Hit me with an email at prcompton(at)gmail(dot)com and I'll do my best to answer promptly.

> How about some fun stuff? Cool? Cool.


Kelefa Sanneh's piece on Bonnie 'Prince' Billy in The New Yorker

A couple tracks from BPB's lovely collaboration with Cheyenne Mize, "Among the Gold" and commentary from our pal Michael Powell of TheDecibelTolls.com. This collection of turn of the 20th Century tunes was just released as a 10" record by Louisville's Karate Body Records. You can purchase a very high quality digital download of the rec exclusively via ThinkIndie.com (go through the CD Central download site).

Comments:
Great show, Ross, thanks!

My NYC daughter was very impressed.
 
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