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By Sarah on June 29, 2010
Dessa is part of the Doomtree collective, which is a hip-hop collective out of Minneapolis, which means that if you’re not a hip-hop fan, you may be familiar with her. But you should, because her music transcends what you may typically think of as hip-hop.
By Sarah on June 28, 2010
I suppose the holiday weekend makes for a slow concert week. The most exciting stuff is happening over at the Taste of Chicago, really. On Saturday, I’ll be heading to a super-secret location for a teeny-tiny show by Rocky Votolato, who is doing a series of living room concerts over the summer. There are only […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged a band called catch, a rocket to the moon, black joe lewis and the honeybears, brett dennen, brooke waggoner, christie dupree, derek nelson and the musicians, dignan, eisley, empty bottle, grant park, hacienda, hard rock cafe, hideout, huntsville, jc brooks & the uptown sound, lincoln hall, los lobos, los lonely boys, matt kearney, millennium park, mirah, nels cline, occidental brothers dance band international, on fillmore, park grill, passion pit, robbie fulks, rocky votolato, samba mapangala, sara bareilles, schubas, sons of the never wrong, taste of chicago, thao, the lion and the sail, the most of all, these united states, todd kessler | 1 Response
By Sarah on June 27, 2010
Wow, That’s a Good Song: Chris Pierce, “What Are The Chances?”
By Sarah on June 22, 2010
When you’ve been waiting for twenty years to see a concert, there’s essentially no hope of being truly objective when talking about the show. But that’s just the way things are.
By Sarah on June 21, 2010
Taste of Chicago kicks off this week. I forsee myself completely undoing my attempts to eat healthy. Thanks a lot, Chicago.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged amy cook, bare hand jug band, benyaro, canasta, caroline smith and the good night sleeps, cloud cult, colin gilmore, david bazan, derek nelson, ditchweed diesel, dosh, eric noden, evanston space, fang island, geoff muldaur, hayward, hideout, jace everett, jane baxter miller, jim kweskin, jon drake & the shakes, katie belle and the paramount boys, lincoln hall, maps and atlases, martyrs', mason jennings, max weinberg big band, millennium park, mucca pazza, musikanto, new ruins, old town school of folk music, paul cebar, paula cole, robbie fulks, sahara smith, sally seltmann, sarah and the tall boys, schubas, sonny landreth, southeast engine, susan voelz, the books, the daredevil christopher wright, the lawrence peters outfit, the lost cartographers, the shams band, tiffany streitelmeier, via tania, will phalen and the stereo addicts | 1 Response
By Sarah on June 20, 2010
“Kentucky Pill” is the first single off of his new album, Been Listening. He comes from the same school of new British folk artists like Laura Marling, Mumford & Sons, and Noah and the Whale, so you should definitely love him and his music.