This Week in Great Music: 1/31 – 2/6
By Sarah on January 31, 2011
Friday and Saturday are full of great shows that have been awful to choose between. If only we could all split ourselves into multiples. Monday, January 31 Todd Carey, Bascom Hill, The Heyday; Schubas. 8 pm, $6 Tuesday, February 1 Shelby Lynne, Derek Nelson; SPACE. 8 pm, $27-40 Scott Lucas and the Married Men, Kevin […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged bascom hill, cloudbirds, derek nelson, double door, evanston space, fitz and the tantrums, greensky bluegrass, hoots and hellmouth, jc brooks & the uptown sound, keri noble, kevin tihista's red terror, lincoln hall, liza day, mayne stage, metro, my brightest diamonds, peter wolf crier, que billah, retribution gospel choir, sahara smith, schubas, scott lucas and the married men, shelby lynne, soul summit djs, talib kweli, the decemberists, the giving tree band, the heyday, the opposition party, the right now, the riviera, the shrine, tina dico, todd carey, trina hamlin, trombone shorty and orleans avenue, wye oak, zeus
March in Review
By Sarah on April 11, 2010
Know what kind of snuck up on me? The end of the month. So much so that March has already been over for a good while before I realized that I needed to post it. Anyhow, here’s your monthly widget of awesome songs that have caught my attention.
Posted in Monthly Mixes | Tagged ac newman, anna nalick, carlos varela, cass mccombs, dirt poor robins, fleetwood mac, garrison starr, hockey, jenny dalton, johnny flynn, josiah leming, molina & johnson, peter bradley adams, sara melson, the cinematic orchestra, the damnwells, the watson twins, tina dico, trevor tchir