The Mild West on the Chicago River; Hey Nonny’s second anniversary week; Indigenous Peoples Day livestream; and Something Wicked opens at Side Street Studio Arts.
Celebrate a new release with Push Puppets, livestream folk-rocker Ike Reilly or check out some outdoor blues at The Venue.
Tom Higgenson of the Plain White T’s and exotic cars await as BrauerHouse pulls out all the stops (socially distancing, of course) to celebrate the Fourth of July this week. Check out that and many other suburban musical events.
Some of the summer’s big music festivals have officially been called off, but suburban patios are open for live performances.
As concerts are canceled, some suburban venues are finding ways to keep live performances coming your way
Release The Run Around! West suburban The Run Around is taking on one of the
When St. Charles native Dan Tedesco stops at Hey Nonny in Arlington Heights this weekend,
Chicago Cubs broadcaster Len Kasper left last week for spring training in Arizona, but not
Mike Heidemann’s Sound Sessions is back with a brand new episode, featuring Todd Kessler at Hey Nonny.
Hey Nonny teamed up with Metropolis Ballroom and Big Shot Piano Lounge to bring the Winter Blues Summit to Arlington Heights this weekend.
When a Hey Nonny booker reached out to Deerfield singer-songwriter Todd Kessler in fall 2018
Welcome, Wilco Illinois native Jeff Tweedy has a soft spot in his heart for Chicago.
Sound check: Rylan Wilder benefit show at Martyrs’; Todd Kessler’s Songwriters in the Round at Hey Nonny
Editor’s note: The Mohawk Ball at Sugar Skull on Saturday, Nov. 30, has been canceled.
After time on the road, Shadowfields brings ‘Festival for One’ back for hometown release show at Hey Nonny
Weaving together delicate harmonies and intricate instrumentation, Shadowfields’ recent album “Festival for One” is a
Sound check: Better Love, Late Nights, Commonweather and Weighted play Evolution; Sum 41 hits the Vic
Evolution showcase Evolution Music in Downers Grove hosts a celebration of some of the Chicago
Sound check: Badflower kicks off ‘Sick’ tour at Chicago’s Bottom Lounge; Scissors, Punting Baxter release shows and more
Badflower at Bottom Lounge Badflower is a band on the rise. After cruising the country supporting
Local Language Elmhurst pop-rock band Like Language won new fans and made new friends at
Sleep on It tour stop While fans are eagerly anticipating the follow-up to 2017’s “Overexposed”
Juice, Stephen Day: 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 12, at Subterranean, 2011 W. North Ave., Chicago.
Concert highlights 6/28-7/3: D Liva, Lunchroom Rejects at Bourbon on Division; Werewolves at Hour 30; VP Punk Night and more
Outlaw Music Fest with Willie Nelson, The Avett Brothers, Alison Krauss, Dawes, Old Crow Medicine