By Sarah on November 22, 2010
All because it’s Thanksgiving doesn’t mean that the music stops.
I’ll be at the Frames show on Tuesday, along with probably most of the Chicago people I know on Twitter. Irish rock tweet-up!
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged brandon flowers, brendan losch, brighton ma, brooke fraser, elephant gun, empty bottle, fran healy, franz nicolay and major general, gold motel, good old war, hideout, jake clemons, joshua radin, jubal fulks, junior brown, kelley james, kelly hogan, kevin andrew prchal, lincoln hall, little light, mavis staples, moneypenny, old town school of folk music, park west, red line tap, robbie fulks, sam bradley, schubas, scott and chris ligon, stornoway, subterranean, symphony center, the belleville outfit, the frames, the polkaholics, the riviera, the sea and cake, the vic, the wheeling birds, united federation of planets, vienna boy's choir
By Sarah on September 6, 2010
This Week in Great Music: 9/6 – 9/12
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged a light sleeper, alice peacock, anais mitchell, angel olsen, carbon leaf, casiotone for the painfully alone, chris smither, emily wells, evanston space, future laureates, giving tree, ha ha tonka, heypenny, house of blues, how far to austin, jc brooks & the uptown sound, kyle andrews, lincoln hall, little light, ludo, marina and the diamonds, matt ryd, mayne stage, metro, mike mentzer, old town school of folk music, reggie's rock club, sam amidon, schubas, seafarer, skybox, subterranean, treaty of paris, via tania, what laura says