Oldham County, KY musician Robby Cox shifts smoothly from blues, rock, country and Americana as he performs classic covers as well as his own fervent originals during his indelible one-man shows.

Don't expect armchair viewing.


Robby will get you up out of your seat to move with the music and sing right along to familiar collections & current covers.  You'll fall hard for his Johnny Cash.

No boundaries for this man's onstage energy .


Robby returns for regular Backyard Garden solo performances as well as with his band, The Reckoning - bassist Marcus Brothwell & drummer Will Carlton out of Frankfort, KY - to help raise awareness for the area's non-profits.

For more information, check out  Robby Cox's Facebook page or visit his website at

ROBBY COX's Live Live Louisville performances have been in support of:

Animal Care Society, Humane Society of Oldham County, My Dog Eats First,

RAK Louisville (Random Acts of Kindness), Veteran's Club,

FEAT (Families for Effective Autism Treatment) of Louisville,

SeniorCare Experts, Southend Street Angels, YouthBuild Louisville,

Gilda's Club Kentuckiana & Smoketown Family Wellness Center..

Robby was joined by his band, THE RECKONING - bassist MARCUS BROTHWELL &

drummer WILL CARLTON - in support of A Recipe To End Hunger,

The Center for Women and Families & Louisville Grows.


Known for their harmonious vocals, engaging rhythms and socially conscious topics, Audrey Cecil, Amanda Lucas, Jeff Faith and Joey Thieman are Louisville's own Bridge 19.  With a multitude of accolades tied to the band's music releases and performances, including #1 in Thrillist's "Top Louisville Bands You Need To Hear," Bridge 19 melds a blend of genres vocally and instrumentally bringing a soothing, soulful yet energetic mood to their songs.

No slouches on talent, Bridge 19 has written and produced a collection of original songs so catchy that after just one listen you'll be humming them to yourself or singing them out loud. 

For more information and to purchase their music, visit their website at

BRIDGE 19's Live Live Louisville performance on Friday, May 8 was to support:

The Forgotten Louisville, Keep Louisville Warm & The Lee Initiative.

Amanda Lucas, Audrey Cecil and Jeff Faith closed out our Backyard Series with their performance Saturday, October 10 in support of Bridgehaven Mental Health Services.




Louisville's "Laurie Jane and The 45s" are known for their "genre-bending" mix of blues, country, soul and jazz influences, making them one of the area's most popular live acts.


When not performing with the 45s, they become husband and wife team Laurie Jane & Cort Duggins, paring down to the blend of Laurie Jane's smooth jazz-infused vocals and the power of Cort's own gritty vocals and brazen blues guitar and piano playing.

LAURIE JANE & CORT DUGGINS' Live Live Louisville performance on May 23 was to support:

Hildegard House, St. John Center for Homeless Men & Uniting Partners For Women And Children



Guitarist Wyndell Williams and violinist Christine Devereaux present their spin on a collection of upbeat covers spanning a variety of genres.

You can expect this duo to wow you with their powerful vocals and energetic performance.


WYNDELL WILLIAMS' & DEVEREAUX's Live Live Louisville performance

on TBA will support: SHIRLEY'S WAY.