Louisville Magazine

MAY 2019

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louisvilletickets.com LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 5.19 41 COVER STORY So It Was by Daniel Lobb Singer-songwriter Daniel Lobb's intricate, 10-song debut album, So It Was, is soft and poetic. Produced by Daniel Martin Moore (who has performed with pop cellist Ben Sollee, MMJ's Jim James and New Orleans' Preservation Hall Jazz Band), the album, which came out earlier this year, features string and wind instruments and songs that explore masculinity and femininity. The album cover — a collage of three photographs — reflects these themes. One photo shows Lobb in a blue-and- white striped shirt embroidering a piece of cloth; the others capture the pond in Anderson County, Kentucky, that Lobb would visit as a kid. Photographer Jeremy Blum took the image of Lobb in the sun- room of the Clifton apartment where he lives with his wife Mathilde. "The image of a man doing embroidery goes a long way toward foreshadowing the music," Lobb says. "The embroidery itself depicts the type of imagery that kept showing up as I wrote: water flowers, paths and light." Lobb performs this July at the Poorcastle Festival, but, he says, "If you're interested in a more intimate concert happening in May in an old grain silo, reach out to @soitwasmusic." — KM May 3 — Oaks Day Derby Brunch - a Tribute to Michael Jackson, The Atrium at Old Walnut Street May 3 — The Trifecta Gala, The KFC Yum Center May 3 — Stop Traffic Gala, La Casita Center May 9 — Macaron Class, Cooking @ Millie's May 9 — Mozart's Great Works for Winds, St. Matthews Baptist Church May 11 — Railroad Spike Knife Class, Kaviar Forge & Gallery May 11 — Louisville vs. Lexington III, Aloft Louisville Downtown May 15 — Cultivating Social Enterprise in Business, Holy Trinity Clifton Campus May 18 — Railroad Spike Knife Class, Kaviar Forge & Gallery May 18 — 2019 Kilgore House and Garden Tour, Kilgore Samaritan Counseling Center May 19 — Gourmet at Home: Mexican Cuisine, Venture Out Business Center May 21 — 29th Annual Journey of Hope Luncheon, Louisville Marriott Downtown May 25 — Kentucky Reggae Festival, Louisville Water Tower Park May 30 — Craft Beer Throwdown, Louisville Water Tower Park Ongoing — Monday Adult Painting and Drawing, Bleecker Blayney Art Studio Ongoing — 7 Nights A Week! Ghost Walks by Louisville Historic Tours, Corner of Fourth and Ormsby Ongoing — 7 Days A Week! Guided Architecture Walks by Louisville Historic Tours, Corner of Fourth and Ormsby Ongoing — Six-Week Sculpting Workshops, Forest Boone Studio Ongoing — Quickie Sampler Sculpting Workshop, Forest Boone Studio To find out more about ticketing with LouisvilleTickets, contact us at tickets@loumag.com. Visit LouisvilleTickets.com to see events that currently are selling tickets online through the LouisvilleTickets portal.

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