Mount Prospect’s 56 Music Fix returns this weekend with a three-day celebration of local music and art.
Sound check: Backyard Tire Fire returns to Aurora; Foghat at the Arcada; Geekd, The Shades and JORDY’s tour
Americana rock band Backyard Tire Fire plays The Venue’s outdoor stage, Mundy Park; Christian Moreno headlines the first night of the Separate Waves II art/music showcase; and Foghat takes the Arcada Stage.
Heavy metal rockers celebrate the birthday of the late Ronnie James Dio; country and folk artists play Chill Nation in Buffalo Grove; Everclear heads up Summerland Tour; Tony Ocean plays the suburbs; and catch new music from Everyday Fantastic.
With the high-energy sound that’s a hallmark of The Mild West’s music, “Rendezvous” plays on the very human need for connection, a riff on something that’s been lacking for many of us over the last year.
Elgin hip-hop artist Andrew Moore hosts a listening party/dinner; Dave Grohl features Tom Morello and his mom; Jeff Tweedy plays a drive-in show; Bitter Jester and Punk the Burbs are looking for submissions.
DuPage punk band Stellar West explores novel genres with a re-imagining of a recent album release.
Tickets are on sale for 101-WKQX’s PIQNIQ; new ARC Fest appears on the horizon; Side Street opens up its battle of the bands.
Music is back on stage at Hey Nonny and on screen at The Venue; plus not-to-miss livestreams this next week.
North Coast organizers announced the lineup and ticket sales for the Labor Day weekend electronic and dance festival.
So whose fault is it anyway? Wolf Rd contends both sides are to blame in its new single and video
Sound check: SXSW puts the Austin party online; 312 Day with Beach Bunny; St. Patrick’s Day livestreams
St. Patrick’s Day livestreams feature Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys, Celtic Thunder and Bob Weir; SXSW goes virtual; 312 Day with Beach Bunny; and Alligator Records plays the blues.
Bluesman Corky Siegel has a star-packed livestream set for Saturday; Side Street Studio Arts celebrates eight years in Elgin.
“I just think I’m angry at what’s happening to people.” Jeff Schaller’s punk roots are showing in the band’s new EP.
“The time at home has allowed me to reflect on some memories, which further allowed me to find new inspiration to write about,” Adem Dalipi said of his new single.
The Lawrence Arms and Riot Fest have adapted the annual three-night War on X-Mas to a single night of top-notch acts streaming straight to you; Joe Walsh’s VetsAid 2020; Umphrey’s McGee’s annual tradition; and Mike Maimone streams a holiday performance.
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.
Great new music and video releases from the Chicago and suburban scenes.
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.
“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.”