By Sarah on July 5, 2010
This Week in Great Music: 7/5 – 7/11
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged ashley arrison, beat kitchen, borrow tomorrow, carole king, catie curtis, claire stahlecker, daysleeper, disappears, emily white, hideout, james taylor, kaiser cartel, kate miller-heidke, martyrs', mary chapin carpenter, millennium park, nelkin, park west, rachele eve, robbie fulks, schubas, simplesinger, the shams band, the thermals, tricia scully, united center, valentiger
By Sarah on February 1, 2010
This week, my teenage years come back to haunt me.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged a band catch, asobi seksu, bishop allen, breakers broken, caitlin crosby, dan navarro, davenport's, daysleeper, derek nelson, double door, evanston space, gov't mule, greensugar, greg laswell, harlem gospel choir, hideout, house of blues, how far to austin, jack callahan, jason castro, julia and the sweet etcetera, kid you'll move mountains, kronos quartet, la roux, lincoln hall, matt hires, mavis staples, mcaninch arts center, michael mcdermott, moneypenny, old town school of folk music, overman, robbie fulks, rosi golan, sarah and the tall boys, schubas, sons of the never wrong, typhanie monique, unicycle loves you, utada, wentz concert hall, yes giantess