B-Sides: Music & Other Ephemera
Dave Moisan releases his debut EP of jubilant folk-pop, Ungravity Part 1, on Friday, Jan. 28, with a show at The 930 Listening Room (930 Mary St., 635-2554). Doors open at 7 p.m., and tickets are $8 (adv.), $10 (door). A Lion Named Roar opens.
The New Vintage
Next month, ZaZoo’s (102 Bauer Ave., 894-8030) will begin hosting weekly shows featuring Louisville musicians in an effort to create another oasis for original music in St. Matthews. Created by journalist, writer and promoter Hunter Embry, engineer and current Cabin drummer Dave Chale and ZaZoo’s owner Mike Burlew, The New Vintage concert series kicks off Feb. 5 with Wax Fang singer and guitarist Scott Carney, Cougar Express and Embry’s group, The Bad Reeds. “So far, so good. The process has gone smoothly, and everyone involved is extremely excited about the showcase,” Embry said in a news release. “Going to see a show at ZaZoo’s will be a completely different experience now.” Bands interested in playing The New Vintage can e-mail Embry at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 819-2723.
Guitar Center arrives
Guitar Center (www.guitarcenter.com), the nationwide chain that sells musical instruments and recording equipment, opens its Louisville location this weekend. The new center, housed in the 4600 block of Shelbyville Road, features a rehearsal/lesson facility GC Studios, and three days of special guests help christen the digs: Dave Elitch, drummer for The Mars Volta (7 p.m., Jan. 28); Avid, makers of Pro Tools (1 p.m.; Jan. 29); and Johnny Hiland, acclaimed Nashville session guitarist and solo artist (5 p.m.; Jan. 30).