“You can really take someone somewhere with music,” said Lee DeWyze, the former Mount Prospect singer-songwriter who rose to fame on season nine of “American Idol.” And DeWyze is hoping to do just that with his new “Ghost Stories” release and tour bringing him to Evanston’s SPACE on Friday.
Lit introduced one of the catchiest earworms of the last few decades in the summer of 1999. This weekend, the band brings “My Own Worst Enemy” and more to headline the Ultimate ’90s Fest in Lombard.
Phillip-Michael Scales moved from Chicago to Nashville two years ago, but as live shows are returning, he’s jumping at the chance to head back to Hey Nonny in Arlington Heights for a show next week.
The Broken Robots trio has seen its share of struggles in life, and the rock band’s new EP comprises their stories as they fight to beat them.
Northwest suburban native James Fisher channels the calming energy of his live performances in the new EP, “Vista.”
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.
Bridget Stiebris and Haley Blomquist already knew they could play well together, as their years in The Weekend Run Club showed. But with their side project’s second EP, they prove to themselves they can also write.
Guardrail’s annual pop-punk pajama party SNÜZFEST wasn’t missing a chance to celebrate its five-year anniversary, so it’s going online this weekend.
When COVID-19 hit, Dan Milligan of the Joy Thieves and Libido Funk Circus turned his energies to a new project with a virtual bandmate.
Film composer and NIU grad Jermaine Stegall brings drama, action and more to Eddie Murphy’s sequel “Coming 2 America.”
West suburban Marina City presents a powerful new pop song for fans.
Jazz legend Lewis Contemporary jazz just got a little more modern. Grammy-winning Chicago icon Ramsey Lewis is
Last year, the local music landscape was obscured by the haze of the pandemic. But some bands cut through the fog with stellar releases, making them acts to keep an eye on.
With the new release “Bloom,” West suburban alternative rock band The Giving Moon pushes the limits of its sound.
It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas as artists bring their musical acts streaming to you this year.
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.
West suburban rock band Piece of Cake dropped a new single and video Tuesday in advance of Friday’s release show in Aurora.
A two-day “Rock the Lot” concert series headlined by local favorites 7th heaven and Led Zeppelin tribute band Kashmir is coming to the Hyatt Regency Schaumburg’s parking lot this weekend.
Relive the Jack’s Mannequin release, along with favorites from Something Corporate and Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness, at three drive-in concerts.