This Week in Great Music: 4/9 – 4/15

Tweet Monday, April 9 Chuck Ragan, Dan Andriano, Cory Branan, Nathaniel Rateliff; Bottom Lounge. 6 pm, $17 Robbie Fulks; Hideout. 7 pm, $10 suggested donation Tuesday, April 10 Preservation Hall Jazz Band; SPACE. 6:30 pm and 9:30 pm, $26-46 The Dog Patch Ramblers; Hideout. 9 pm, $5 suggested donation Rasputina,…

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This Week in Great Music: 12/5 – 12/11

Tweet It’s been quiet around here.  Sorry for that.  I’ve got a Best of 2011 guest post coming up from Mike at Land of Absurdity.  It’ll be list-y. Monday, December 5 Avey Tare, Eric Copeland; Schubas. 7 pm, $15 Tuesday, December 6 The National, Local Natives, Wye Oak; the Aragon.…

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This Week in Great Music: 7/25 – 7/31

Tweet It looks like the heat wave has snapped (for now), so maybe it’s time for me to come out of hibernation.  I’m planning on checking out Cass McCombs at Schubas tomorrow night, and there are a few weekend shows that look mighty tempting. Monday, July 25 Ted Leo and…

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This Week in Great Music: 4/25 – 5/1

Tweet 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.…

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This Week in Great Music: 1/3 – 1/9

Looks like the music scene is still recovering from NYE celebrations, too.

I’ll be seeing Charlotte Martin on Sunday. I missed her the last time she was in town, so I’m glad to be able to finally see her live.

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This Week in Great Music: 8/9 – 8/15

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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