By Sarah on October 17, 2011
A bit of a quiet week this week. Â All sorts of things I want to see, on nights or times that I can’t do. Â Such is life. If you’re near a movie theater on Friday, you should hunt down somewhere that’s playing Norman. Â A list of theaters it’s debuting in on Friday can be found […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged alice peacock, alison white, bess rogers, danny myrick, david seume, ellis paul, evanston space, fences, hemmingbirds, hideout, house of blues, is/is, judson claiborne, leaf bird, lubriphonic, mark dvorak, martyrs', old town school of folk music, park west, peter case, reggie's, rhett miller, robbie fulks, schubas, trombone shorty and orleans avenue, uh huh her
By Sarah on February 28, 2011
There are lots of great shows going on this week, and I probably won’t make it to any of them! Awesome. Monday, February 28 Robbie Fulks, Nora O’Connor; Hideout. 7 pm, $10 suggested donation Lady Gaga, Scissor Sisters; United Center. 8 pm, sold out The Low Anthem, Bobby, Daniel Lefkowitz; Lincoln Hall. 8 pm, $14 […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged alice peacock, asobi seksu, bobby, brahms, chris james, congress theater, cotton jones, daniel lefkowitz, eleventh dream day, empty bottle, evanston space, girl talk, greg laswell, hideout, iron and wine, jared finck, junk culture, keithen terrell, lady gaga, laura gibson, lincoln hall, max tundra, meisha herron, nicole atkins, nora o'connor, pepper rabbit, portland cello project, robbie fulks, scissor sisters, stephen paul smoker, subterranean, the low anthem, the real connection, the riviera, tony lucca, united center, xoe wise
By Sarah on October 3, 2010
How is it October already? Â Time flies, having fun, etc. etc.
This month’s mix goes all the way from folk to socially conscious hip-hop to quirky covers and back again.
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
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 September 28, 2009
Kind of a quiet week for music, but not every week can be full of difficult concert-going choices. There are actually a lot of great classical events going on this week, most of which I didnâ€™t list, but a quick Google or stroll through Metromix should find you a ton of classical events if thatâ€™s […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged alice peacock, audrey niffenegger, chicago a cappella, chicago gypsy jazz festival, chicago symphony orchestra, civic orchestra of chicago, college of dupage, died young stayed pretty, empty bottle, great big sea, john gorka, mariachi vargas de tecalitlan, mirah, moby, music box theatre, music institute of chicago, newberry library, norfolk and western, old town school of folk music, port o'brien, renee fleming, sara lov, schubas, sea wolf, symphony center, the chicago theatre, the green mill, the vic, van morrison, wovenhand