Schedule

December 23rd, 2010

Motherlodge at 4th Oak Schedule of Events – Spring 2010

DATE TIME VENUE EVENT
Monday, March 22nd 7pm The Rudyard Kipling Mainstage The Ink Well, Danny Moran’s new book nook, opens for business at The Rud!!! And then…



Motherlodge Opening Night Hootenanny with Michael Shannon, Corporal, Rob Beitzel, the Clifton’s Kitchen Band, and more
(Postponed to the following Monday). Lexington born Michael Shannon leads a night of readings, music, and improvisation. Music will be provided by Corporal (Shannon’s band with Rob Beitzel and Ray Rizzo) and a set of the most classic of classic rock by The Clifton’s Kitchen Band, a Motherlodge favorite. More guests TBA, which stands for Triumphant Broke Actors.
Wednesday, March 24th 10pm The Mag Bar Motherlodge Night Out at The Mag Bar. The Magnolia Bar and Grill is where some Louisvillians meet for a night of debauchery and others propose to their future spouses. Some times both. We’re stoked to hang with BeeNee and the rest of the Mag Bar loyals. Wednesday is dance party night with music that was cool to dance t 5 years ago. Know what? It’s STILL good to dance to!
Thursday, March 25th 7:00pm Rudyard Kipling Mainstage Troubadours of Divine Bliss
7:30pm Rudyard Kipling Mainstage Looking for Lilith Theatre Company and Motherlodge present Crossing Mountains: To Teach All We Can, To Learn All We Can. Motherlodge is proud to co-present with Looking For Lilith the company’s remounting of “Crossing Mountains, To Teach All We Can, To Learn All We Can”. The evening begins with an acoustic set by Troubadours Of Divine Bliss at 7 and Crossing Mountains at 7:30. Immediately following the show, Chef Timothy Tucker and Shelby Park Soul Stew kick in the first night of their residence on the bar stage with special guest The Mack. At 10, Louisville’s John Whitaker plays a set to welcome Brooklyn’s greatest small town band Balthrop, Alabama (featuring Louisville/Brooklynite and Middle Man drummer Jason Bemis Lawrence). Stories in song and moving image provided by artist Michael Arthur.
9:15pm Rudyard Kipling Bar Stage Shelby Park Soul Stew with Chef Tucker and with special guest The Mack
10pm Rudyard Kipling Mainstage Balthrop, Alabama and John Whitaker.

Friday, March 26th 7pm Rudyard Kipling Mainstage Dewey and the Fellow Travelers
7:30pm Rudyard Kipling Mainstage Looking for Lilith Theatre Company and Motherlodge
present
Crossing Mountains: To Teach All We Can, To Learn All We Can. Motherlodge is proud to co-present with Looking For Lilith the company’s remounting of “Crossing Mountains, To Teach All We Can, To Learn All We Can”. Opening acoustic set at 7 by Dewey and the Fellow Travelers and Crossing Mountains at 7:30. Immediately following the show, Shelby Park Soul Stew continue their residence on the bar stage with special guest Bobby Rich. At 10, Motherlodge will shout a big “Hells Yess!” and celebrate the release of Alanna Fugate’s new recording Pink Elephants. Special guests are tba which stands for “Thoroughly Bad Ass!”
9:15pm Rudyard Kipling Bar Stage Shelby Park Soul Stew with Chef Tucker with special guest Bobby Rich
10pm Rudyard Kipling Mainstage Alanna Fugate’s Pink Elephants Hootenanny
and cd release party
with special guest artists TBA.
Saturday, March 27th 2pm and 7pm Rudyard Kipling Mainstage Looking for Lilith Theatre Company and Motherlodge
present
Crossing Mountains: To Teach All We Can, To Learn All We Can. After a 2 p.m. matinee with musical guest Twisted Sisters, Looking For Lilith’s “Crossing Mountains, To Teach All We Can, To Learn All We Can” closes tonight with musical guest Tim Morton and friends. Chef Tucker and Shelby Park Soul Stew will cook it up on the bar stage.9:15 with J.P. Lebangood, Tyrone Cotton, and Your News Vehicles. This will be followed by a Motherlodge late set by iconic New York City performance artist and mind cooker Penny Arcade dancing cheek to cheek with Louisville’s own backwoods gentleman firestarter Ron Whitehead and special guests. A one-of-a-kind evening ending with a midnight set with D.J. Jared Zarantonello.

9:15pm Rudyard Kipling Bar Stage Shelby Park Soul Stew with Chef Tucker with J.P. Lebangood, Tyrone Cotton, Your News Vehicles, and more.
10pm Rudyard Kipling Mainstage Penny Arcade, Ron Whitehead, Your News Vehicles and DJ Jared Zarantonello.
Sunday, March 28th 6pm Auditorium at Salvation Army’s Old Male Campus Motherlodge and the Salvation Army Culinary Training Program present
“A Musical Concert and Dinner with Bonnie Prince Billy and the Cairo Gang and Louisville Leopard Percussionists Penny
Arcade and Tyrone Cotton. Motherlodge is proud of our fifth collaboration with Chef Timothy Tucker and The Salvation Army Culinary Training Program for what will be our biggest ‘Lodge yet. Bonnie Prince Billy and The Cairo Gang headline a musical concert that also features the great Louisville Leopard Percussionists led by Diane Downs. The show will be held in the auditorium of Old Male High School at 911 Brook and also features Tyrone Cotton and Penny Arcade. Chef Tim and The Culinary Training Program will host an after-concert meal in the Salvation Army dining room with music by Bad Blood. All proceeds from tonight’s event go to the Salvation Army Culinary Training Program.
Monday, March 29th 7pm Rudyard Kipling Motherlodge Hootenanny with Michael Shannon, Corporal, Rob Beitzel, the Clifton’s Kitchen Band, and more.
Tuesday March 30 7pm The Rudyard Kipling The Rudyard Kipling and Motherlodge present from New York City’s Lower East Side, Penny Arcade! From Sao Paulo Brazil, Diafanes! From Louisville Kentucky Graciella Perrone, Brent del Bianco, Danny O’Day and members of Lucky Pineapple!
Penny Arcade is the original live art exchanger. By the time this evening’s performance takes place, Penny will have had been in Louisville a week, and will have incorporated special guests through her encounters with the people of the community including Louisville’s minstrels of freak, Lucky Pineapple. The show will also feature Louisville artist and flamenco dancer Graciella Perrone as well as Diafanes, on their maiden voyage of these here States from Sao Paulo, Brazil. Louisville’s yardhog-in-residence, Danny O’Day will bring mad poetry to the bar stage.
Wednesday March 31 10pm Zanzibar Motherlodge Night Out at The Z Bar. Zanzibar is one of the new great additions to the growing number of bars and venues in the Germantown neighborhood. John and his brother have opened a place that already holds great meaning for anyone who grew up and continues to grow up in the city. Big Fresh from Lexington will perform. We shall drink.
Thursday, April 1st 7pm The Rudyard Kipling Mainstage Motherlodge, Art Sanctuary@The Alley Theater, and The Rudyard Kipling present An April Fool’s Ball with Lady Rizo and Guests. Who says April is the cruellest month? April FOOLS, that’s who! NYC’s Caberlesque Chanteuse Lady Rizo is the alter ego of singer and performer Amelia Zirin-Brown, who was heard in 2009 on the Moby single “Pale Horses” and on Yo Yo Ma’s Grammy winning Songs Of Joy and Peace. Lady Rizo will be fooling funky and hosting some of her favorite Louisvillans including Scott Anthony, Emily Hyberger, Tyrone, J.P., and tba, which stands for thick bootied amateurs!!!

8:00 sharp – early set with Lady Rizo, Tyrone Cotton, and J.P. Lebangood

9:00 Shelby Park Soul Stew with Todd Hildreth, Tiffany LaVoie, Cynthia Nelson, and more

10:15 Late set with Lady Rizo, Tyrone, J.P., Va Va Vixens and more!!!
Friday, April 2 3pm The Rudyard Kipling Motherlodge and The Rudyard Kipling present The Friday 4th and Oak Block Party -
There’s only one way to take things to the finish line… from 5 p.m. until 1 a.m. every inch of the Rudyard Kipling will be buzzing and pouring with activity. It’s the first night of a rousing closing weekend, ya’ll.

Rud premises – Outside*

5:00 R.Rizzo, B.Goldstien, M.Scobee and Pancake Heart

5:30 Thomas David Burgos

6:00 John Paul Wright

Main Stage

6:30 Danny Flanigan hosts songwriters Steve Curtis and Erika Simonian (of Hem/Little Silver), Dan Hardin, Alanna Fugate, and Mitch Barrett

Bar Stage

8:00 Lady Rizo

Main Stage

8:30 The Lisp’s Futurity (a Civil War Musical) $10.00

Bar Stage

10:00 Lady Rizo

11:00 The Health and Happiness Family Gospel Band $5.00

*Beer Garden provided by New Albanian Brewing Company
Saturday, April 3 9am The Rudyard Kipling Motherlodge and The Rudyard Kipling present The 4th and Oak Block Party – Music, performance, and a 4th and Oak Market featuring local vendors, a flea market, The Ink Well Bookshop, art displays and more!!!

Doors 11a.m. Shows 12p.m.-1a.m.

OUTSIDE AT THE RUD—2 Stages*

Free Admission!!!!!! A very big hat will be passed around all day for the musicians and artists.

Stage 1

12:00 – 1 R. Rizzo, B. Goldstien, M. Scobee and guests

Stage 2

1-1:30 – Sean Sullivan

Stage 1

1:30-2:30 Arnett Hollow

Stage 2

2:30-3:00 – Micah Walker

Stage 1

3:00-3:30 – C+

Stage 2

3:30-4:30 – Mitch Barrett

Stage 1

4:30-5:00 – Twisted Sisterz Family Band

Stage 2

5:00 – 6:00 – Squallis Puppeteers

Stage 1

6:00 – 6:30 – Brett Ratlif

Stage 2

6:30-7:15 – Little Silver

7:30-8:30 – Your News Vehicles

8:30 Outdoor Film TBA presented by Derby City Film Festival and Wild and Wooly*

*Beer Garden provided by New Albanian Brewing Company

INSIDE THE RUD

10:00 The Lisps Futurity (a Civil War Musical) $10

11:30 – Motherlodge 4th and Oak Closing Night Hootenanny

ALL DAY Motherlodge’s 4th and Oak Market local vendors, flea market, & art will include:

The Ink Well, Flea Market tables, New Albanian Brewing Company, Grace Ballard Massage, Retro Fit, Jamaames African Restaurant, Wild and Wooly, Old Louisville Flower Shop…and much more!
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