By Sarah on October 2, 2011
Thanks to everyone who tuned in to my inaugural (internet) radio adventure on CHIRP Radio. If you’re interested to know what kind of music I play whenever I get three hours behind the controls of Chicago’s best radio station, then read on. Â I’ll be back on the air on Saturday, October 8th, from 9 am […]
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By Sarah on October 1, 2011
I recently saw Michigan-based artist Jeff Pianki at Lincoln Hall, opening for Rocky Votolato and Matt Pond PA, and was quite impressed. He’s a singer-songwriter, boy with a guitar, and quite a charming one at that. There were plenty of melancholy songs to go around, like you have with singer-songwriter-boys-with-guitars, but also plenty of humorous […]
By Sarah on September 12, 2011
Well, all, I’m back from my trip abroad and am ready to jump right back in to life here. Sort of. I’ll be at the Matt Pond PA/Rocky Votolato show tonight. They were both fantastic when I saw them earlier this year at Subterranean, so this show shouldn’t be any different. If you’re looking for […]
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