By Sarah on April 11, 2011
Just the other day, I was talking to someone who was asking about what’s next on my show calendar. I couldn’t remember anything pressing, and figured I had a good couple of weeks until something came up that I really wanted to see. And then I put together this week’s list, which has a whole […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged amanda shires, anni rossi, beat kitchen, charlie parr, cornmeal, daniel knox, evanston space, ha ha tonka, harper blynn, hideout, house of blues, howard jennings, jeff libman, jeff tweedy, jerome holloway, john wesley harding, kim richey, kt tunstall, la scala, lincoln hall, loudon wainwright iii, martyrs', mayne stage, miggs, old town school of folk music, park west, robbie fulks, robert francis, rollin hunt, schubas, skybombers, subterranean, the bright white, the civil wars, the damnwells, the giving tree band, the greencards, the hot club of cowtown, the hoyle brothers, the revelations, the right now, the spring standards, the vic, trey williams, vertikal, white dress
By Sarah on June 4, 2010
May was a month for revisiting old favorites. Not too many new discoveries this month, but a lot of good songs got played around here nonetheless.
Posted in Monthly Mixes | Tagged beirut, brandi carlile, ida maria, joe pug, laura marling, mumford & sons, neko case, robert francis, split lip rayfield, the antlers, the gaslight anthem, the low anthem, the postal service
By Sarah on April 20, 2010
It goes without saying that the sold out crowd at Lincoln Hall absolutely loved Fanfarlo, the London-based indie rock quintet. Their album Reservoir was one of my favorites of 2009, so I was glad to get the chance to see them live, finally.