kid you’ll move mountains
By Sarah on February 4, 2012
Hear my delightful music selections every Friday night on Chicagoâ€™s ownÂ CHIRP Radio, from 8 â€“ 10 pm Central time. Â Itâ€™s awesome. Â Next week’s my birthday. I’m definitely playing whatever the heck I want. 9:53 PM Scout Niblett Cherry Cheek Bomb from The Calcination Of Scout Niblett (Drag City) 9:49 PM Radar Eyes Secrets from Radar […]
Posted in Radio Playlists | Tagged adrian younge presents venice dawn, andrew bird, apparat, band of horses, brandi carlile, broken records, buddy holly, casiotone for the painfully alone, cate le bon, chappo, chin up chin up, comet gain, dan mangan, first aid kit, hockey, kid you'll move mountains, mana, noe venable, polica, quiet company, radar eyes, royal baths, scout niblett, teddy thompson, tegan and sara, the david mayfield parade, the roots, the scotland yard gospel choir, unicycle loves you, virgin forest
By Sarah on March 28, 2011
Monday, March 28 Kelly Hogan, Scott Ligon; Hideout. 7 pm, $10 suggested donation Tuesday, March 29 City and Colour, Gord Downie; Park West. 7:30 pm, sold out Geronimo!, Kid You’ll Move Mountains, The Soil and the Sun, Brontosaurus; Double Door. 8 pm, $8 Laura Jansen, Umma; Beat Kitchen. 8 pm, $10 Destroyer, The War on […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged beat kitchen, brontosaurus, city and colour, danielson, destroyer, devotchka, double door, ellie goulding, emblems, evanston space, frontier ruckus, geronimo!, gord downie, hideout, house of blues, j mascis, jon drake and the shakes, kelly hogan, kid you'll move mountains, kopecky family band, kurt vile and the violators, laura jansen, liam davis, lincoln hall, matt duke, mayne stage, miracle condition, park west, schubas, scott ligon, sonoi, steve poltz, subterranean, the knocks, the soil and the sun, the war on drugs, umma, will hoge
By Sarah on April 26, 2010
I can safely say that there’s a show every night this week that I want to be at. I’m not going to make any predictions of where I’ll actually show up, though, because that’s just asking for me to spend all week sitting at the computer and playing Plants vs. Zombies.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged alice peacock, all things lucid, amos lee, bahamas, chandeliers, chicago cultural center, chris pureka, christine tarkowski, cymbals eat guitars, deanna devore, essex channel, evanston space, geronimo!, gipsy kings, greg cahill, hideout, house of blues, inspector owl, jakob dylan and three legs, jamie rojo, jason collett, jon langford, jonatha brooke, jonsi, kelly hogan, keri noble, kid you'll move mountains, lila downs, lincoln hall, los campesinos!, lucy wainwright roche, martyrs', metro, mimicking birds, neko case, ol'boy, ornery little darlings, over the rhine, park west, peter bradley adams, polaroppositebear, rachele eve, robbie fulks, schubas, sleigh bells, the apples in stereo, the nadas, the shams band, the venue, the vic, tift merritt, uncommon ground, yeasayer, zeus | 2 Responses
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
By Sarah on January 4, 2010
Four local bands teamed up on Saturday night for something extraordinary: a night of diverse acts, for free, on a bitterly cold night. Â From the delicate folk tinged songs of Venna to the blistering rock of Picture Books, there was something for everyone at Metro on Saturday. Â And even if the music wasn’t to your […]