Our good friend Garrison Starr played a last-minute show at Monkey Wrench here in Louisville tonight.
(Monkeywrench used to be a really gross Greek buffet, though Melissa will argue that.)
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It was a shared bill with Brigid Kaelin, Peter Searcy, and Jim Bianco.
She did “Beautiful in Los Angeles” (which is still the all-time most-played song in my iPod, Sweet Lorelai), “Brightest Star,” “Unchangeable,” a smokin’ cover of “When You Were Young” by the Killers, “Fireworks,” and “Gasoline.”
And guess what?
Buy her records and hear for yourself!