Joey Kar plays Lakemoor’s LongShot; Riot Fest weekend; a Glen Ellyn Food Pantry benefit concert; and Alligator Records celebrates an anniversary at Millennium Park; plus 12 hot shows you should go see.
CHNNLL shows how dealing with adversity matters in debut album ‘The Test,’ Subterranean show Saturday
Chris Davidson navigates some complicated feelings through CHNNLL’s debut album “The Test”
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.
The band Fredo Disco, which is stopping in Chicago for a show at Subterranean, is getting comfortable with life on the road. But the path to this point was a challenge for the young Downers Grove musicians.
Sound check: Footlight District, Million Reasons light up Martyrs’; Happy Anniversary to Chicago Mixtape!
The Footlight District conjures up its soulful and modern take on classic rock when they play with the The Million Reasons and Bubbles Erotica at Martyrs’. Don’t miss The Bank Notes at The Uptown or Chicago Mixtape’s anniversary show with Psalm One, Sy Somebody and Josh Chico.
Welcome, Player Two Ah, the good old days sitting in front of flickering video games,
Sound check: BaseCamp’s haunted house, Birthdayy Partyy’s Costume Party, and other creepifying ways to celebrate Halloween
Haunted Lisle BaseCamp Pub transforms into your haunted home away from home this Halloween season
‘What’s it all about, Alfie?’ International icon and smooth-voiced musical legend Dionne Warwick makes an
Sound check: Draft Week reunites for Subterranean show; The Lemonheads; Lea Salonga; Todd Kessler songwriter showcase
Next Draft Southern DuPage County-born alternative quartet Draft Week is getting back in the game. After a
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.
The magic of the bluesy-jamming rock band Gazebo Effect is hard to pin down. It
If you’re looking for dreamy pop-rock, Chicago indie-alternative six-piece Scotch the Filmmaker serves up what you’re craving
Chicago Pop Culture Con, a celebration of fandoms at St. Charles’ Pheasant Run this weekend,
Chicago-based alternative rock band State & Madison is on the verge of a new album release. But