to Mar 24

Hoots & Hellmouth + Idris Frederick



If you’re seeking out a sound,
bend your ear down low to the ground,
where you might find a little clue in the rumbling of what is to come...


Idris is 21 year old a pianist/composer who was born in Detroit MI but was musically raised in Louisville KY. He is now living in New York to study at The New School of Jazz where he is now a freshmen.

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to Mar 10

Now Hear This

Contemporary jazz - electric, funky and organic. Music with an exotic flavor and groovabilty. 

An artful combination of contemporary jazz with the rhythms of afrobeat and worldbeat music, Now Hear This is excited to make it’s Louisville debut! 

John Zappa, trumpet, Brad Myers, guitar, Mike Darrah, keys, Aaron Jacobs, bass, Jason Smart, drums

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to Mar 3

Flamenco Louisville w/ Hermanos


Flamenco Louisville and
Hermanos Latin Fusion
Saturday, March 2, 2019
Doors Open 9:00 pm 
$10.00 cover

Flamenco Louisville is excited to make their debut at Jimmy Can't Dance on a double bill with Hermanos. Get you tickets in advance - this show WILL sell out!

More Information: JimmyCan'

Cante: Suzanne Allen
Guitar: Paul T. Carney
Percussion: John Harris
Baile: Paula Collins, Diana Dinicola, Holly Jett, Larissa May, Grace Mican-Work, Mercedes Nelson

Check out Hermanos Latin Fusion:

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7:00 PM19:00

Birth of the Cool: Jazz from vintage 78 rpm discs

The LOUISVILLE HOT CLUB offers listening sessions of classic jazz played in the best booming fidelity from the original 78rpm shellac discs.

Hosted by WXOX ARTxFM's Justin C. Brown, the meetings may be themed or a potpourri of classic jazz recordings from the 78 era (1917 to ~1953).

The music ranges from Blues to Bebop to Swing and beyond!
From Jazz Age Hot to West Coast Cool!

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6:00 PM18:00

Green Drinks

This month's Green Drinks meetup will be at Jimmy Can't Dance, on Wednesday, February 20th. The venue and is located below Another Place Sandwich Shop and incorporates sustainability initiatives into its business practices.

Our speaker will be Michelle King of the Louisville Jefferson County Metro Air Pollution Control District District. Michelle will discuss the City's goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050, and what that means for the city's programs, and what you and I can do to help achieve the goal.

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