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By Sarah on September 21, 2009
In front of a crowd of a few hundred people, scattered at tables and chairs across the wide open floor of the Art Institute’s new modern wing, Andrew Bird showed yet again why he is a force to be reckoned with in today’s music scene.
Posted in Concert Reviews | Tagged andrew bird, art institute of chicago | 8 Responses
This Week in Great Music – 9/21 – 9/27. Some great shows in Chicago for the upcoming week which have caught my eye.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged and you will know us by the trail of dead, andrew bird, angel taylor, ani difranco, bill's blues bar, bottom lounge, brandi carlile, cherry poppin' daddies, chicago cultural center, chickenfat klezmer orchestra, columbia college, dave matthews band, empty bottle, first midwest bank amphitheatre, herb alpert, house of blues, jack penate, joshua radin, kate havnevik, lani hall, logan square auditorium, mehter ottoman turkish military band, metro, miike snow, millennium park, north central college, owl city, phoenix, scout niblett, sera cahoone, snehasish mozumder, son volt, subrata bhattacharya, subterranean, sunny day real estate, the aragon, the kinetic playground, the vic, the weakerthans, unicorn kid, vlada tomova's balkan tales, willie nelson
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