By Sarah on November 15, 2010
This Week in Great Music: 11/15 – 11/21
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By Sarah on October 15, 2010
It’s no surprise that I’m a big fan of the Chicago Roots Collective, which is now entering its second year of life here in the city. The Collective is made up of ten local bands, has put on 30 shows over the past year, and has a monthly showcase at one of my favorite venues, Lincoln Hall.
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