Stevie Ray's Blues Bar bustling spot for live music 6 nights a week including jazz & blues, as well as a full bar....
Start Date: Jun 8th, 2021
End Date: Jun 16th, 2021
ONE OF LOUISVILLE’S OLDEST BLUES BARS
In the early 1990’s the concept of Stevie Ray’s was born by two visionary Louisville businessmen, Fred Wooten and Michael Pollard. The building was originally constructed in 1906 and with the interior brick walls, was the perfect fit to exude the feel of an old-time blues club.
A varying range of Blues! Rock! Funk! Motown! Jazz! The music is varied across the week and caters for all tastes, with a soul of Blues and Rock. Top-quality musicians are a guarantee – no band is allowed on stage before they’ve been medically certified as awesome!
Two jam nights also provide a chance for visiting musicians and local bands to hone their skills, while hanging out and have fun with the crowd.
If you’re hungry, you don’t have to leave your seat. We have access to the best local restaurants in town, so you can dine while you take in the music.
Venue: Downtown Louisville
Address: 230 E Main St
Phone: (502) 582-9945Read More >>
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