On the road as a rock musician, Elk Grove Village native Matthew Daniels was exhausted and his body was breaking down. Now he’s the founder of a new health and fitness gym that includes his love of music.
20 years after the release of their Elektra debut, DuPage-born Lucky Boys Confusion looks back on the times, the tours and their songs from the era.
Organizers announced the lineup for this summer’s Lollapalooza in Grant Park; four-day tickets went on sale Wednesday.
The pandemic has exacerbated substance abuse and mental health issues for some people, and West Dundee’s John Bruner talks about how The King of Mars is trying to help with the new single “Junkie Road.”
Riot Fest organizers announced Nine Inch Nails will be headlining the fest as three-day passes fly out of the box office.
Glenview actor/musician Kevin Pollack shares the music that inspired him throughout his career with a cabaret performance at the Raue Center and livestreaming Saturday.
Live concerts are coming to the new Memorial Park Bandshell in Wheaton. The Wheaton Park District has a season of 11 concerts largely featuring rock tribute bands, while the Wheaton Municipal Band has nine classical music concerts planned.
Ben Astrachan of Berta Bigtoe finds structure in musical chaos and meaning to his explorations with his new solo release.
Ravinia Festival in Highland Park announced the lineup for its 85th season Thursday with a strong mix of classical, jazz, pop, rock and all the favorites.
Mount Prospect singer-songwriter Kevin Farris reflects on the past while looking excitedly to the future with his new single “Love You Up” and a show at West Dundee’s RocHaus.
DuPage punk band Stellar West explores novel genres with a re-imagining of a recent album release.
JORDY didn’t expect his song “Long Distance” to blow up on TikTok the way it did; but here he is with a label, an upcoming tour and a TV appearance because of it.
Aaron Williams and the Homegrown Arts & Music Festival are returning for 2021; submissions are open for artists.
Brad Redlich explores not the animosity after a split but the fire that built the relationship in the first place in his new single “Bottle Down.”
More than a year without touring has East Coast band Jukebox the Ghost itching to play, so the trio is dusting off their first two albums for a streaming series.
Naperville’s Grant Milliren wanted to write a song to keep people “motivated during the toughest of times.”
With four singles already out in the world, Chicago pop-punk band High Wire completes its five-piece puzzle with today’s drop of “Find Me Here: Part 1.”
Tiny Kingdoms veers further into upbeat, joyful pop-rock territory with its new single “All I Know.”
RiverEdge Park in Aurora is bringing back live concerts in July. The open-air John C. Dunham pavilion will welcome stars such as Snoop Dog and Twista, plus many rock tribute bands.
West suburban punk band Take the Reins celebrates three decades of Material Issue’s “Valerie Loves Me” with a cover release and limited edition merchandise.