This weekend sees lots of Chicago and suburban talent hitting area venues — including Broken Robots in West Dundee, The Darling Suns in Yorkville and a Pop-Punk X-mas at Subterranean to name a few; plus, how to win free concert tickets.
Phil Vassar packs a country wallop at Joe’s Live; The Venue celebrates the Roots Music Festival; Underbelly Hours put three new artists in the spotlight; plus 15 shows you should catch this week.
Chicago’s weekend festival of country music and barbecue is back on; RocHaus fires up the stage lights for a show this weekend; and more.
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.
The Joanna Connor Band heats up Mundy Park outside The Venue in Aurora; Huntley’s Fall Fest moves online and to the RocHaus; and Kane Brown headlines an Encore Live drive-up show.
BrauerHouse packs a night full of jams; Chicago’s Windy City Smokeout announced early-bird ticket sales and the lineup Tuesday; Capital Soiree’s EP release at Hungry City; Releaser at Beat Kitchen and RocHaus.
Concert highlights 6/14-6/20: The Ataris, Parker at Bottom Lounge; Local H at Durty Nellie’s; and more
Buddy Guy, Shemekia Copeland and the North Mississippi Allstars: 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 14, at
By Samantha Nelson Daily Herald Correspondent The Spring Awakening Music Festival moves from Chicago to
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.
Concert highlights 4/19 – 4/25: EELS headlines Thalia Hall, Gazebo Effect at Schubas, Nick Moss Band at Hey Nonny
Solo Night with Dianne Christine, Zack Baumgartner, Lara Bell and Will Orlyk: 7 p.m. Friday,
Concert highlights 4/12-4/18: Silverside joins Local H; Head Honchos with Ronnie Baker Brooks; International Pop Overthrow schedule
I Heart Halal festival featuring Lupe Fiasco, Brother Ali, Neelam Hakeem and more: 11 a.m.
The recently reunited Nashville post-hardcore band Framing Hanley returned to the national scene this summer,
Kick off (ha-ha … er, hmmm) football season when Palatine indie-popsters Ember Oceans bring a fun and