Pitchfork fills Chicago with cutting-edge favorites, the new Emerge Winnetka brings music back to the North Shore, Take the Reins plays a benefit in Carpentersville, and a whole lot more.
With a new Kings of Leon album, why is bassist Jared Followill excited to play the oldies on Chicago tour stop?
When Kings of Leon heads to the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre next week, bassist Jared Followill said in addition to playing new songs from their recent release “When You See Yourself,” he’ll be reveling in the love for their breakout hits as well. “That’s when I feel the most confident on stage.”
Jukebox the Ghost plays through its second album; families are invited to enjoy music with Little Jams; Bach Week Festival hits devices; and some major tours are coming back to the area.
Country music star Dierks Bentley is living the best of both worlds. His seventh chart-topping
Sound check: Snoop Dogg’s Sunset Smokeout at BaseCamp; Heart in Tinley Park; Jimi Falls and the ’90s
Snoop’s Sunset Smokeout Snoopadelic headlines The Sunset Smokeout, an intimate performance by the one and