1017 E. Broadway
$10; 8:30 p.m.
It’s at the point now where every musician’s heard everything, and fusions like Southern rock bands absorbing the gentler, more bookish sounds of indie rock are not even that odd. Soaking up inspiration far beyond the cheap booze, broads and bullets of the previous generations, Atlanta’s Ponderosa has been picking up steam with their promising blend of Black Crowes and Fleet Foxes, making them ideal, demographically, for Paste magazine and a public radio-friendly Louisville audience. Their second album, Pool Party, released July 31, was produced by Dave Fridmann, whose work with MGMT, Mercury Rev, The Flaming Lips, and Sleater-Kinney has earned him much acclaim. With Vinyl Thief and Jet Black Orchid. —Peter Berkowitz