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.
Catch up with some ’90s radio-era favorites as Soul Asylum and Dishwalla hit Waukegan’s Genesee. Plus, The Blooze Brothers’ postponed show finally happens at the Raue, Ryan Argast unleashes his solo release at Chop Shop, and much more.
Catch rocker Colin Peterik at City Winery, Charlie Otto & His Gear at Chop Shop or FOZZY in Aurora this week; plus Spring Awakening tickets and an appearance on Jeff Mills’ “Set List” podcast.
Concert highlights 5/3-5/9: Adelita’s Way at RocHaus, Jake Miller at Chop Shop, Dennis DeYoung in Rosemont
The Sane Abandoned: 6 p.m. Friday, May 3, at Grandpa’s Place, 1868 Prairie St., Glenview.
Fans know when The Flat Five hits the stage (at two suburban venues this weekend), they’re in
For a while now, Plainfield power-pop sextet Marina City has been secretly cultivating something new, rolling out
If you’re looking for dreamy pop-rock, Chicago indie-alternative six-piece Scotch the Filmmaker serves up what you’re craving