Karma-karma-karma-karma Friday is the night for hitmakers that helped define an era in ’80s pop.
Johnsburg country singer Lara Bell knew early on that she was going to be a
Since 2018, the 56 Music Fix has been drawing scores of local and regional musicians
Ruido weekend Argentine ska band Los Fabulosos Cadillacs are cruising into town this weekend, and
Everyday Fantastic is honing its high-energy, upbeat sound, a hallmark of this longtime band recently making moves on Chicago’s music scene.
Sound check: ZORILA’s EP release show; The Linden Method and two doses of Take the Reins; Evanston’s Out of Space series
Rising stars at Lincoln Hall Talk about a hot show! Some of Chicago’s indie rising
Growing up in the quiet Northwestern Suburb of Wauconda, James Pickering and CJ Jarmuth of Glory
Over the last 10 years, hundreds of local musicians have crossed the Homegrown Arts & Music
Men of Action (and Adventure?) While on tour in early July, Action/Adventure — one of
Playing any stage at Lollapalooza is a gig goal for many a rising artist. But getting to
While rapper Taylor Bennett was crossing the country on his recent “Be Yourself, Be A Champion” tour,
Sound check: Skateboarding and shows with Nora Marks; Feels Fest at WC Social Club; and an intimate night with Friday Pilots Club
Two shots with Nora Marks With thoughtful lyrics driven by a fiery intensity, Nora Marks
Billy Corgan will perform a charity livestream show Wednesday, July 27, to benefit the victims
The morning after a particularly late show in Long Island with her rock band, singer Laurie
Sound check: mc chris, Norah Jones hit town; Barrington Porchfest premieres; shows with POZZI, Sammy Cannillo, King of Mars, 4th Point and more
Nerdcore at Beat Kitchen Fans might know Libertyville-native improv artist Chris Ward from his numerous
With strains of industrial leading off its latest single “Vicious Cycles,” Chicago band RELEASE(R) walks a razor’s edge between hard rock and comforting alternative. The band showcases its new music with Filter Friday at The Piazza in Aurora.
Rage Against the Machine — with Libertyville native Tom Morello — heads to the United Center for two nights; Jazz in the Park takes over The Venue; Alex Bracy’s new release show at Nellie’s; DZ Fest celebrates 10 years; Third Eye Blind’s Summer Gods tour comes to town; and much more.
In response to the shootings at the Highland Park Fourth of July parade Monday, Ravinia Festival organizers are postponing or canceling shows at the outdoor music venue through July 10.
FitzGerald’s 39th American Music Festival celebrates the U.S. through its music this weekend with four days of Americana, roots, folk and jazz; Waco Brothers play in Aurora; Charlie Otto hits Hey Nonny; and Broken Robots share a new single at Chop Shop with Girl Named Nino and HLDAY MAGK.
The temps hovered around 100 early Tuesday night, but that didn’t keep the crowd from coming out to see The Student Body. Here’s where to find more summer park district concerts on the North Shore.