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This Week in Great Music: 6/4 – 6/10
By Sarah on June 4, 2012
If you’re not doing anything on Saturday, what you should really do is head down to see my band, Jungle of Cities, playing at the Elbo Room. Â We go on around 10 pm and cover is $10. Monday, June 4 Robbie Fulks; Hideout. 7 pm, $10 suggested donation Tuesday, June 5 Jodee Lewis; Schubas. 8 […]
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This Week in Great Music: 5/30 – 6/5
By Sarah on May 30, 2011
Monday, May 30 Justin Townes Earle, Andre Williams and the Goldstars; Millennium Park. 6:30 pm, free Robbie Fulks, Kathleen Keane; Hideout. 7 pm, $10 suggested donation Tuesday, May 31 Friendly Fires, Wise Blood; Lincoln Hall. 9 pm, sold out Wednesday, June 1 Meh. Thursday, June 2 Teddy Thompson, Melissa McClelland, Luke Doucet; Schubas. 9 pm, […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged andre williams and the goldstars, bailiff, band called catch, box jellyfish, brett dennen, chamberlin, congress theater, cubby bear wrigleyville, dawes, empty bottle, evanston space, friendly fires, grace potter and the nocturnals, hideout, house of blues, jackpot donnie, jerome holloway, justin townes earle, kathleen keane, kopecky family band, kris delmhorst, las guitarras de espana, lauren frost, led to sea, leo kottke, lincoln hall, luke doucet, making movies, mayne stage, melissa mcclelland, mike mangione and the union, millennium park, old town school of folk music, ozomatli, park west, raphael saadiq, robbie fulks, schubas, secret colours, simplesinger, stolen silver, teddy thompson, thao and mirah, the damn choir, the lakeshore band, the vic, wildlife, wise blood
This Week in Great Music: 4/25 – 5/1
By Sarah on April 25, 2011
Monday, April 25 Robbie Fulks; Hideout. 7 pm, $10 suggested donation Arcade Fire, The National; UIC Pavilion. 7:30 pm, sold out Flame Shark, Umma, Phillip Roebuck, Kellen and Me, The Photographers; Lincoln Hall. 7:30 pm, $8 Matt Ryd, Matt Kelly, The Mike Middleton Band, Duck and Goose; Double Door. 9 pm, $5 Pinto and the […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged adam arcuragi, arcade fire, beat kitchen, bigcolour, black canvas, bottom lounge, cameron mcgill and what army, chris buehrle band, cubby bear wrigleyville, double door, duck and goose, evanston space, flame shark, foals, freelance whales, geoff dolce, good evening, hideout, is world, jeffrey david, jenny gillespie, joe pug, jukebox the ghost, jungle of cities, kellen and me, koo koo kangaroo, lincoln hall, maccabee kelem, matt kelly, matt ryd, mer, metro, miles nielsen, old town school of folk music, peter terry and the city prophets, phillip roebuck, pinto and the bean, pretty and nice, reggie's music joint, robbie fulks, sad brad smith, sarah and the tall boys, someone still loves you boris yeltsin, soul fix, stephen kellogg, strand of oaks, the damn choir, the lillies, the mike middleton band, the naked and famous, the national, the numbers, the pains of being pure at heart, the photographers, tift merritt, train company, twin shadow, uic pavilion, umma, uncommon ground, wakey!wakey!, weakness, william fitzsimmons | 2 Responses
This Week in Great Music: 12/20 – 12/26
By Sarah on December 20, 2010
In putting together this week’s list, I sat around wondering why nothing was happening. Then I remembered that it’s Christmas.
Oh. Never mind.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged alejandro escovedo, chicago theatre, cubby bear wrigleyville, darren garvey, debello, double door, elvis costello, hideout, jerome holloway, kevin andrew prchl, king sparrow, metro, paper arrows, rich salamander, schubas, simplesinger, state and madison, super happy fun club, the giving tree, the heligoats, the hush sound, the orwells, the shams band, this is me smiling, treaty of paris
This Week in Great Music: 9/13 – 9/19
By Sarah on September 13, 2010
Sometimes, I feel like I’m the only person on the internet who doesn’t care about Pavement.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged aimee mann, april verch, best coast, cameron mcgill and what army, chris buehrle band, cole degenova and the people's republic, cory chisel, crooked still, cubby bear wrigleyville, daniel knox, dave matthews band, david bazan, empty bottle, fatbook, fitzgeralds, free energy, hideout, jason mraz, jenny and johnny, jessica lea mayfield, judson claiborne, justin townes earle, lincoln hall, magic gloves, male bonding, margot and the nuclear so and so's, mark olson, matt and kim, metro, millennium park, mittens on strings, mt. st. helens vietnam band, no age, old town school of folk music, owen savoir adore, pavement, reckless records, robbie fulks, schubas, streets on fire, the field auxiliary, the hoyle brothers, the lonely forest, the mynabirds, the shams band, titus andronicus, wrigley field | 1 Response
This Week in Great Music: 8/9 – 8/15
By Sarah on August 9, 2010
After three days of Lollapalooza, I kind of don’t want to think about music right now. Fortunately for those of us who are sort of burnt out at the moment, there’s not a lot going on. I’ll be at the Rufus Wainwright show on Friday. I’m not in love with his new album, but as a Rufus (and Martha) fangirl, I’ll go to the concert all the same. Maybe I will love the new songs more, seeing them live.
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