Superkick streaming With one foot stomping through post-punk rock and the other bopping away in
Hometown country Suburban country boy Andrew Salgado may have moved down to Nashville, but in
Throughout the pandemic, Matthew Kopecky has been fortunate to keep playing gigs fairly regularly since summer. Just
Looking to drop-kick 2020 on its not-so-merry way? Artists and venues have cooked up some livestreams (and a drive-in event) so you can still ring in the shiny new year in style.
Chicago-area musicians have delivered a few nice holiday tunes to brighten up this season; Kevin Pollack’s new EP; Good Noise’s Finter Fest; and Buffalo Creek Brewing’s Alpine Fest.
Holidays with Humans Spend a relaxing Sunday break from the holiday bustle with musicians from
The Lawrence Arms and Riot Fest have adapted the annual three-night War on X-Mas to a single night of top-notch acts streaming straight to you; Joe Walsh’s VetsAid 2020; Umphrey’s McGee’s annual tradition; and Mike Maimone streams a holiday performance.
Joe Pug online Singer-songwriter Joe Pug hits the internet with his Sunday night livestream performance,
It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas as artists bring their musical acts streaming to you this year.
Chicago jazz icon Ramsey Lewis plays selections from his hit 1961 album “Sound of Christmas” along with other holiday favorites Saturday, Nov. 28, as part of his monthly virtual salon.
Music-Box-At-Home presents the “Zappa” documentary for streaming rental; The Venue livestreams a benefit show; and UNICEF rolls out the stars for a benefit show.
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.