Concert Recap: Day One Of LouFest 2013 Featuring Kentucky Knife Fight And Trampled By Turtles
In case you missed it, or even if you were there, we at ALIVE wanted to point out some of the best musical moments from Day One of LouFest 2013. Whether you witnessed these concerts on Saturday or not, check out the great photos and be sure to take part in Day Two of LouFest’s music-filled and activity-driven festivities today!
(Note, these do not represent all of the great concerts that happened at LouFest 2013 on Saturday, but some of the ones we wanted to highlight and share with readers)
Kentucky Knife Fight
Local favorite band Kentucky Knife Fight opened up on the BMI stage with the group’s usual bluegrass-rock sound, witty lyrics and all-around rhythm.
J. Roddy Walston & The Business
J. Roddy and his band didn’t let fans get too comfortable with one sound as they performed a hard rock-meets-blues set, complete with harmonies, screams, bluesy piano bits and out-of-this-world guitar riffs.
This Nashville-based band didn’t disappoint with its rock-and-roll style and indie edge. Fans were pumped up as they watched this group of true music-lovers perform, and their strong but relatable sound came out loud and clear.
Ra Ra Riot
The indie-pop sound of Ra Ra Riot’s diverse group of musicians and singers rang out from the Forest Park stage Saturday afternoon, and the crowd was filled with many different fans. Sweet lyrics were matched with electronic-laden tunes and pitch-perfect harmonizing for this band’s famously wistful set.
Trampled By Turtles
With a plethora of great instruments (and musicians!), this backyard bluegrass-rock played each song with more intensity than the last. Fiddles, mandolins and banjos made this a dance-worthy set, and it was certainly difficult to at least not tap your foot or move your head as these guys took the show away!