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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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By Sarah on June 28, 2010
I suppose the holiday weekend makes for a slow concert week. The most exciting stuff is happening over at the Taste of Chicago, really. On Saturday, I’ll be heading to a super-secret location for a teeny-tiny show by Rocky Votolato, who is doing a series of living room concerts over the summer. There are only […]
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