There is a larger-than-life envelope hanging on the side of Zeppelin Café on Burnett Avenue, and it wants to hear from you.
Like many Louisville bands, Nerves Junior began as less as a rock band and more as a gathering of friends who jammed until something resembling a song emerged. It’s the post-rock way, and Louisville is a post-rock kind of town.
We got married, our friends stayed in a wigwam, I ate cheese wontons, we bought a giant Godzilla toy and a Patrick Jilbert painting, and Bernhardt saw Passion Flowers; that’s why we moved to Louisville.
Hello. Thanks for visiting the website of The Paper. So, first things first, thanks for taking the time to read a few words.
“Persistence is what makes me a maker. If I were lazy or had a fragile ego I would have found something more leisurely to do long ago.”
Bringing More Than Green to Schnitzelburg
You all need to stop everything you’re doing. We have to go back and get the rest of those records out of that dumpster.