Deerfield’s Todd Kessler finds hope in connecting with others through the new single and video he created with fellow musician Kevin Andrew Prchal.
With the new release “Bloom,” West suburban alternative rock band The Giving Moon pushes the limits of its sound.
Primal Moon’s new hard rock EP explores the deviation from center in one’s life and finding the way back.
When live performances make up a bulk of your entertainment coverage and then a pandemic strikes, you learn to pivot.
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.
With his new solo single, “I Don’t Know,” Mitchell Jay hopes to stir more conversation and understanding about LGBTQ issues.
Wesley McKinney made a gutsy move this year: loosely tying a new concept album to the roiling and contentious world of politics.
While an “American Idol” or “The Voice” appearance would be great to Vinnie Cesarone of Batavia, pushing his a cappella group Prismatics to advance in a national performing arts championship is far more pressing to the Belmont University junior.
In Baertrum’s new single “Reset,” Eric McCloskey explores life outside of the negative cycles we build for ourselves.
Run, baby, run! Space Mafia’s new single channels a “Horror Movie,” but you can dance to it.
The weather’s cooling off, but Kevin Pollack has a lakefront party invitation just for you.
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.
Cellist Karen Basrak joined the team making “My Magic Breath,” a project fusing classical music and animation to teach kids about mindful breathing, widely available for children during the pandemic.
Stewart Arp takes a more personal step forward with the beautiful solo single, “Evergreen.”
Sometimes moving forward means letting go of the past. But sometimes, embracing where one has
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
“There’s something that just feels off that you can’t put your finger on.” Dive-bar soul singer Phillip-Michael Scales addresses a lifetime of subtle jabs that can cut more deeply than overt racism in his new single, “Tell Me How I Sound Again.”
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.