Ramsey Lewis began playing the piano at age 4. In his early 20s, the Chicago
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With indoor music venues still shuttered under COVID-19 restrictions and the weather leaning heavily into
This week on the music scene, fans can check out Louden Swain’s livestream or catch Toronzo Cannon’s outdoor show at FitzGerald’s.
Pop band Hellogoodbye marks the 10-year anniversary of “Would It Kill You?”; Matt Keen; and The Waco Brothers
Halloween is going to look a little different this year because of restrictions on bars and music venues in the Chicago suburbs. But here are a few shows you can catch to bring some entertainment to your witchy weekend.
Singer-songwriter Kevin Farris explores melancholy disconnection with a new single; celebrate the late Tom Petty’s birthday with a virtual music festival; School of Rock outdoor fundraiser show tonight at FitzGerald’s.
In a year when people have been in Zoom work meetings, Zoom happy hours and
Drive-ins, livestreams and in-person shows you don’t want to miss.
Barrington’s first drive-in concert was so successful that another one will take place later this month, with more hoped for next year, village officials said.
West suburban rock band Piece of Cake dropped a new single and video Tuesday in advance of Friday’s release show in Aurora.
The Waco Brothers hit the patio stage at FitzGerald’s this weekend, and there are some not-to-miss livestreams with Soul Asylum, Local H, Linkin Park and more.
A two-day “Rock the Lot” concert series headlined by local favorites 7th heaven and Led Zeppelin tribute band Kashmir is coming to the Hyatt Regency Schaumburg’s parking lot this weekend.
The Mild West on the Chicago River; Hey Nonny’s second anniversary week; Indigenous Peoples Day livestream; and Something Wicked opens at Side Street Studio Arts.
Relive the Jack’s Mannequin release, along with favorites from Something Corporate and Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness, at three drive-in concerts.
The village of Barrington will offer its first drive-in concert Friday night featuring the folk, pop and rock fusion of local favorite Pat McKillen.
Indie-folk rock band Each Day at WC Social Club; Born of Osiris on the Lakeshore Drive-In stage; and two vote-themed music livestreams.
Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, John Mellencamp, Brandi Carlile, Chris Stapleton and many others play the Farm Aid 2020 fundraiser livestream this weekend.
The Joanna Connor Band heats up Mundy Park outside The Venue in Aurora; Huntley’s Fall Fest moves online and to the RocHaus; and Kane Brown headlines an Encore Live drive-up show.
Chicago’s Crown Vic Royal plays a livestream this week, as does J. R. Richards from Dishwalla, Dan Mangan and Brian Fallon; Beach Bunny and Kweku Collins join Whitney at the Lakeshore Drive-In; and much more.