This Week in Great Music: 10/31 – 11/6

I’ll be at SPACE tonight for Communion Music’s big US tour.   And I’m thinking about trying to figure out a way to make it out to Berwyn to see the Blind Boys of Alabama.  It’ll be a heck of a road trip-via-public transportation, that’s for sure.

Monday, October 31
Matthew and the Atlas, The David Mayfield Parade, Lauren Shera; SPACE. 8 pm, $12-20
Real Estate, Big Troubles, Julian Lynch; Lincoln Hall. 9 pm, $15
A Schubas Halloween, ft. In Tall Buildings as Deerhoof and Cains & Abels as Modern Lovers; Schubas. 9 pm, $8-10

Tuesday, November 1
Meh

Wednesday, November 2
We Were Promised Jetpacks, Royal Bangs, Bear Hands; Metro. 9 pm, $16-19
Howie Day, Nick Zuber; Lincoln Hall. 9 pm, $20

Thursday, November 3
Keep a Song in Your Soul: The Black Roots of Vaudeville, with the Carolina Chocolate Drops, Reggio McLaughlin and Reginald Robinson; Old Town School of Folk Music. 8 pm, $41-45
Catie Curtis; SPACE. 8 pm, $18-30
Milagres; Beat Kitchen. 8:30 pm, $10
Blitzen Trapper, Dawes, The Belle Brigade; Metro. 9 pm, $23
Little Scream, BOBBY, Judson Claiborne; Empty Bottle. 9:30 pm, $10-12

Friday, November 4
Keep a Song in Your Soul: The Black Roots of Vaudeville, with the Carolina Chocolate Drops, Reggio McLaughlin and Reginald Robinson; Old Town School of Folk Music. 8 pm, $41-45
Feist; the Riviera. 8 pm, $35

Saturday, November 5
Keep a Song in Your Soul: The Black Roots of Vaudeville, with the Carolina Chocolate Drops, Reggio McLaughlin and Reginald Robinson; Old Town School of Folk Music. 3 pm and 8 pm, $41-45
Blind Boys of Alabama, Sara and Sean Watkins; FitzGerald’s (6615 Roosevelt Rd., Berwyn). 8 pm, $35

Sunday, November 6
The Civil Wars, Milo Greene; the Vic. 7:30 pm, $20
A Winged Victory for the Sullen; Lincoln Hall. 8 pm, $20