“I feel like I’m always learning something about life.” Bolingbrook’s Brad Redlich blends rock and country — his favorite genres — for his new single “Ain’t It a Shame.”
The musical pair plays the EDM fest Friday along with fellow North Shore musician Kaskade and a full slate of Chicago talent.
Tickets are on sale now for the new Naperville Music Festival featuring Vanilla Ice, Village People, Smash Mouth, Kool & the Gang and more. Plus, Bitter Jester’s grand finale ends with a bang. And summer festival season keeps on rolling.
Third Step on the Moon and The Throwbacks hit the first notes on Day 2 of the 56 Music Fix in Mount Prospect.
“Where have all the musicians been? How have they been feeling during this time?” Kevin Conroy and Sun-Riser reflect on the last year in the band’s upbeat but serious new single.
Phil Vassar packs a country wallop at Joe’s Live; The Venue celebrates the Roots Music Festival; Underbelly Hours put three new artists in the spotlight; plus 15 shows you should catch this week.
The first set at a music festival can be a sparsely attended performance as patrons
Elgin rapper Nehemiah Heckler offers gratitude and encouragement with his upbeat and uplifting new single.
“You can really take someone somewhere with music,” said Lee DeWyze, the former Mount Prospect singer-songwriter who rose to fame on season nine of “American Idol.” And DeWyze is hoping to do just that with his new “Ghost Stories” release and tour bringing him to Evanston’s SPACE on Friday.
Chicago rapper Kanye West is coming back to town next week, and he’s bringing his new album with him. Sort of.
Punk cowboys The Waco Brothers play outdoors at The Venue; 56 Music Fix returns to Mount Prospect; and Vince Neil headlines next week’s VetFest 2021 in Oswego. Plus, 10 shows not to miss.
Mount Prospect’s 56 Music Fix returns this weekend with a three-day celebration of local music and art.
The band stays true to its punk-inspired heritage with its new catchy single and video, juxtaposing inspiration with a sobering twist and a driving beat.
With a new Kings of Leon album, why is bassist Jared Followill excited to play the oldies on Chicago tour stop?
When Kings of Leon heads to the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre next week, bassist Jared Followill said in addition to playing new songs from their recent release “When You See Yourself,” he’ll be reveling in the love for their breakout hits as well. “That’s when I feel the most confident on stage.”
A studio recording of “Long Way Home,” a theatrical production by the Q Brothers Collective, becomes available for streaming, and Marina City kicks off one of Wrigley’s hottest concerts of the summer, featuring Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer.
“I felt like I needed to release them out into the world to get it off my chest or feel better.” Savanna Dickhut tackles more personal songwriting for Burr Oak’s debut album.
Violinist and dancer Lindsey Stirling packs “color and depth and vibrance” into her “Artemis” tour stop in Chicago next Tuesday.
‘We only live once’: In new ‘Merry Go Round’ video, Mel Senese explores cycles of negativity, depression
Singer-songwriter Mel Senese had had enough. And her song (and the new video) “Merry Go Round” helped her figure out what was wrong.
Mackey’s Hideout hosts two Concerts By the Creek, Mike Maimone swings back home for a series of shows, West Town’s Dancing in the Streets fest, Bitter Jester, Ravinia, Slaughter and a night outside the Raue with Corky Siegel and Ernie Watts.
Violet Crime’s Jeff MIlls has got a bone to pick with you … and with himself.