By Sarah on February 11, 2012
Friday was my birthday. If I had it my way, I would have played two hours of Andrew Bird songs, but alas. Hear my delightful music selections every Friday night on Chicago’s own CHIRP Radio, from 8 – 10 pm Central time. 9:53 PM Errors Pleasure Palaces from Have Some Faith in Magic (Rock Action) […]
Posted in Radio Playlists | Tagged andrew bird, brad yoder, cate le bon, craig finn, errors, gotye, heartless bastards, jason stein quartet, los nombres, lost in the trees, mucca pazza, neko case, okkervil river, over the rhine, polica, porcelain raft, rufus wainwright, shearwater, the decemberists, the milk carton kids, the mountain goats, the new pornographers, trailer trash tracys, vandaveer, wovenhand
By Sarah on September 27, 2010
Excited to see the Retribution Gospel Choir on Friday. Still haven’t figured out how I’m getting to/from the Hideout in the middle of the night, but such is life.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged abbey pub, angela correa, basia bulat, beats antique, bonnie prince billy and the cairo gang, broken social scene, chicago theatre, chris bathgate, double door, eels, empty bottle, gayngs, hideout, holy sons, jenny scheinman, jesca hoop, laura veirs and the hall of flames, led to sea, les shelleys, lincoln hall, metro, mice parade, retribution gospel choir, robbie fulks, ronnys, roy jay, sara watkins, schubas, scout niblett, serena maneesh, stephen kellogg and the sixers, the acorn, the hold steady, the riviera, the sea and cake, the vic, the watson twins, the xx, tom brosseau, warpaint, wintersleep, wovenhand, zola jesus
By Sarah on July 29, 2010
David Eugene Edwards returns with Wovenhand’s fifth studio album, The Threshingfloor. The band’s music, as always, draws on traditional Americana sounds, mixed liberally with influences from Native American, Middle Eastern, and Celtic tradition.
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 didn’t list, but a quick Google or stroll through Metromix should find you a ton of classical events if that’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