By Sarah on March 14, 2011
It’s that time again: where concert-going for the rest of the country slows down because every band ever is down in Austin for SXSW.Â That doesn’t mean that there aren’t worthwhile shows to check out here, though: tons of shows this week feature stellar local acts who are just as deserving of your love and […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged anna vogelzang, ashley brooke toussant, bone and bell, brett eldredge, bright eyes, canasta, chely wright, cheryl wheeler, chicago theatre, common swift, detholz!, donnie biggins, double door, elbo room, eraserhead, evanston space, hideout, jane and the steadfast acrobats, jc brooks & the uptown sound, jeff breakey, jessica robbins, jungle of cities, kelly hogan, last mono station, lincoln hall, lincoln square lanes, megan crain, old town school of folk music, rachel ries, rachele eve, robbie fulks, ryan anderson, sam wahl, schubas, scott ligon, steve leaf, the ditty bops, the mynabirds, the polkaholics, the riviera, trashcan sinatras, tyler james beach, willie nelson
By Sarah on December 6, 2010
A little bit of a slow week for music that catches my eye (and/or ear). There are plenty of shows going on, but these are the ones I’d recommend.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged avanti guitar trio, badly drawn boy, chely wright, derek nelson, donna fulks, evanston space, fitzgeralds, gerald dowd, hayward williams, hideout, house of blues, indigo girls, jane baxter miller, jay brannan, jeffrey foucault, jon langford, justin jones, kc mcdonough, kelly hogan, las guitarras de espana, lincoln hall, lucy kaplansky, nora o'connor, old town school of folk music, over the rhine, punch brothers, robbie fulks, sarah siskind, scott ligon, seth glier, shawn mullins, subterranean, the flat five, the sanctified grumblers