By Sarah on November 22, 2010
All because it’s Thanksgiving doesn’t mean that the music stops.
I’ll be at the Frames show on Tuesday, along with probably most of the Chicago people I know on Twitter. Irish rock tweet-up!
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By Sarah on August 23, 2010
Monday, August 23 Clare and the Reasons, Millennium Park. 6:30 pm, free Robbie Fulks, Hideout. 7 pm, $10 suggested donation Brandon Flowers, Park West. 8 pm, sold out Tuesday, August 24 The Wooden Birds, Dan Mangan, Hospital Ships; Schubas. 9 pm, $10 Wednesday, August 25 David Gray, Ray LaMontagne, Serena Ryer; Millennium Park. 6:15 pm, […]
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