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CHIRP Playlist: Friday, December 30, 2011
By Sarah on December 31, 2011
I played some music on New Year’s Eve Eve. They don’t really make songs for that. 9:55 PM DeVotchKa Vengo! Vengo! from Una Volta (Cicero) 9:52 PM Devil in a Woodpile Louisiana Fairytale from In Your Lonesome Town (Bloodshot) 9:48 PM She & Him Baby, It’s Cold Outside from A Very She & Him Christmas […]
Posted in Radio Playlists | Tagged an horse, andrew bird, ben harper, cass mccombs, devil in a woodpile, devotchka, jacaszek, langhorne slim, lost in the trees, melissa ferrick, mutts, nneka, queen, quiet company, rachael sage, robbie fulks, she & him, steve hauschildt, summer camp, thao & mirah, the black keys, the blind boys of alabama, the mountain goats, the reverend horton heat, the roots, the scotland yard gospel choir, thomas comerford, vanessa-mae, wooden wand & the briarwood virgins
CHIRP Playlist: Friday, December 23, 2011
By Sarah on December 24, 2011
In honor of Christmas Eve Eve, I peppered my show last night with some holiday-esque songs. It was delightful. Although, I decided that next year, if I’m still on the air, I’m going to aim to play nothing but depressing, sad bastard music on the holidays. I’ll be back next week on New Year’s Eve […]
Posted in Radio Playlists | Tagged adanowsky, balkano, barenaked ladies, big bad voodoo daddy, boston spaceships, dar williams, dave carter, elvis perkins, fitz and the tantrums, jake schepps, janah, jon stewart, kate bush, korallreven, los campesinos!, louis armstrong, mavis staples, mayer hawthorne, over the rhine, owen, paper route, quiet company, sea lions, she & him, stephen colbert, the civil wars, the new pornographers, thomas comerford, tracy grammer, vandaveer, vienna teng
Concert Review: She & Him, Millennium Park, 6/7
By Sarah on June 13, 2010
In front of a huge crowd of 11,000+ spectators, She & Him provided a breezy summer soundtrack for the evening.
Posted in Concert Reviews | Tagged millennium park, she & him
This Week in Great Music: 6/7 – 6/13
By Sarah on June 7, 2010
This Week in Great Music: 6/7 – 6/13
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged a tundra, black nag, blue rodeo, chris petlak, chuck campbell, colbie caillat, cuff the duke, damien jurado, dead child star, empty bottle, evanston space, freelance whales, gold motel, great lake swimmers, hollows, how far to austin, hudson branch, john butler trio, judson claiborne, kay kay and his weathered underground, landon pigg, lincoln hall, madi diaz, martyrs', matt pond pa, mazes, melissa ferrick, melody gardot, millennium park, mini mansions, nicholas barron, old town school of folk music, otis taylor, park grill, park west, peter wolf crier, phil roy, rachid taha, ravinia, santah, sarah and the tall bots, schubas, secret colours, shawn colvin, she & him, sheryl crow, split lip rayfield, stars, state radio, steve martin with the steep canyon rangers, the dutchess and the duke, the handsome family, the mynabirds, the punch brothers, the riviera, the thin man, wintersleep
Downtown Sound Summer Series Line-Up
By Sarah on March 17, 2010
A note to the city of Chicago: I don’t care what kind of ridiculous budget cuts you have to make in the future. Please never, ever let go of Michael Orlove. This guy has done a whole lot to energize downtown Chicago with music of all genres. And best of all, it’s free.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged bomba estereo, budos band, caribou, disappears, great lake swimmers, hollows, hum, huntsville, kid sister, konono no. 1, millennium park, naomi shelton, nels cline, on fillmore, she & him, the besnard lakes, the books, the ponys, the thermals, tony allen, via tania, volcano!