Yellowberri Music presents
The Lost River Cavemen, Billy Swayze, Schools
1017 E. Broadway
Louisville, KY, 40204
Doors 8:30PM / Show 9:00PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
The Lost River Cavemen
Hailing from the cave-ridden region of Bowling Green, KY, THE LOST RIVER CAVEMEN have been touring nationally and pumping life back into Roots music since 2005. The Cavemen spin their music into an aural web that is catchy, profound and playful. Their music has been described as Eccentric Americana, Punk Country, and Ragtime-influenced Neo-Country. However you describe it, there’s no doubt that their high-energy live show gives you good vibes and the kind of buzz that makes dancing and drinking infectious.
Raised in the south, BILLY SWAYZE's music is a unique blend of soul, acoustic-pop and rock with elements of ambient, trip-hop and psychedelia. He's been writing and recording since the age of 14 and released his new CD this July. Billy's performances are dynamic, from intimate Otis-inspired gospel harmonies to alt-pop acoustic songcraft to foot-stomping Stones meets Stooges barn burners. Billy's current band lineup features musicians from past projects as well as top talent from the Nashville scene.
Passion for music runs deep in Billy's veins. His cousin Roderick Falconer / Rod Taylor was a prolific rock singer/songwriter on Geffen Records who produced seven albums before launching his film career. Intent on carrying on the family tradition, Billy's journey continues.
Jeremi Simon, and his quirky nick name, Bruce Cheetah, was a solo acoustic artist with an entire band in his mind. In November 2010, Jeremi recruited Joey Bennett, J.D. Minor and Daniel Marlowe to form a band and they began practicing in a cold basement on 14th street in Bowling Green. In December, the band upgraded to a house on High Street that had heat. In January 2011, Russell Brooks joined the band to add keyboards and additional instruments to the music. Behold: Schools!