five for fighting
By Sarah on May 17, 2010
Why hello there, quiet week.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged 22-20s, alberta cross, alexisonfire, bear in heaven, blah blah blah, chicago clarinet conglomerate, congress theater, dan bern, dexateens, diane birch, evanston space, five for fighting, futurebirds, geese, heather lynne horton, helen money, hideout, hollows, imogen heap, jc brooks & the uptown sound, jessica lea mayfield, jim dewan, justin roth, lasers and fast and shit, lincoln hall, martyrs', mckensie toma, metric, metro, mike mangione and the union, mono, musikanto, park west, patrick watson, paul oakenfold, paul van dyk, peg simone, robbie fulks, schubas, sharon jones and the dap kings, susan voelz, suzy bogguss, the aragon, the heavy, the riviera, the twilight sad, the velvet lounge, the vic, them crooked vultures, todd kessler and the new folk, voxtrot, willy porter
By Sarah on October 26, 2009
A little bit of everything in Chicago this week. Rock, electronica, folk, rap, and my guilty pleasure, cheesy pop music. I kind of can’t handle all of the different choices for shows on Thursday, and I have never been so disappointed to have to go to a Halloween party rather than a show on Friday. […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged anberlin, angel taylor, anni rossi, auditorium theatre, benjamin gibbard, bob dylan, chicago licorice sticks, chicago waldorf school, chris smither, congress theater, david gray, double door, empty bottle, five for fighting, great lake swimmers, gringo star, herman dune, house of blues, ingrid michaelson, jay farrar, jenny owen youngs, joe firstman, julie doiron, kelly clarkson, lakeshore theater, leo kottke, leonard cohen, lincoln hall, lisa hannigan, los lobos, loudon wainwright iii, mae, martyrs', mason jennings, monsters of folk, noah and the whale, old town school of folk music, park west, reggie's rock club, richard thompson, rosemont theatre, saul williams, schubas, symphony center, taking back sunday, thao and the get down stay down, the aragon, the duhks, the gaslight anthem, the vic, tiesto | 1 Response