Voices of Kentuckiana

Big Ballz Bowling Bash

Big Ballz

Get your team together and join VOICES of Kentuckiana chorus for an evening of bowling, drinking, and general mayhem – all in the name of raising some money!

Friday, March 20, 2015, VOICES is sponsoring a “Big Ballz Bowling Bash” at Vernon Lanes (1575 Story Avenue). Gather your team of 5 to 6 people and bowl for just $20 per person! We’ll have a cash bar — including all you can drink bourbon for $25 — and the always popular “Big Weenie in the Rear” hot dog bar. Bowling ball, shoes, and games are included in the price. There are 3 starting times: 7:30, 8:30 and 9:30.

Don’t have a team? No problem! We’ll find you some fun teammates. Don’t want to bowl? You can still participate! We always have plenty of folks who join us for the drinking and camaraderie. After all, it is a fundraiser!

For more information or to sign up your team, call 502-583-1013 or email info@VoicesKY.org!

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Highlands Caroling Crawl


Spread a little cheer this Holiday Season. Join VOICES of Kentuckiana at Nowhere Bar on Thursday, December 11 starting at 5:30 for Happy Hour drink specials including $2 domestic beers and $5 Bulleit Bourbon drinks. Sarah Jordan from 102.3 The Max will lead us on our Caroling adventure starting at 6:30 as we bring joy and music to local businesses and restaurants along Bardstown Road and Baxter Ave. Then it’s back to Nowhere bar for more drink specials and munchies! We can’t do it without you so make plans to sing your hearts out with VOICES. Together we sing!

VOICE of the Week – Rainbow Wills

Rainbow editedMeet our VOICE of the Week, Rainbow! Rainbow’s been singing with us since 2006, and we just love her positive outlook on life and passion for music! We took a few moments to get to know her a little better, and we can’t wait to share our conversation with you!

Rainbow got involved with VOICES when a non-singing member took notice of her love of music. “I hadn’t sung for almost a decade,” says Rainbow, “and I didn’t realize how badly I needed that back in my life. VOICES has given me so many opportunities to express myself through performance, and I’m grateful for the growth I’ve experienced in the last eight years!” We’ve been so grateful for Rainbow’s involvement, as she’s a constant advocate for social change and community.

“I really admire Mary Spencer for her talent and vocal ability, section leadership, positive outlook on challenges, and her relationship with her son,” says Rainbow. “She always has a smile, is prepared to help, and is a great role model for the younger generation––and me!” Relationships like these make community building and social outreach a joy, and make stepping out on stage to entertain audiences that much easier!

So what is Rainbow’s favorite memory of her time so far with VOICES? “I love performing Ella’s Song with Inner VOICES at home and at the 2012 GALA in Denver, Colorado,” Rainbows says. Those were meaningful moments for us as well! If you don’t know Rainbow yet, why not take some time to get to know her at this weekend’s rehearsal?