The crowds at Adrianna’s wouldn’t rock for just anybody, but as a Calumet City teenager Tink won them over with a mix of drill rap and R&B.
Also, Senator Dick Durbin is bringing a local medical student “Dreamer” to Trump’s State of the Union address.
Stephon Watts was diagnosed with Asperger’s at age nine—and shot dead by Calumet City cops at age 15. Now his family is working to keep other kids with autism out of the line of fire.
The Hounds toured with REO Speedwagon and Foghat, but despite a huge local following, they never followed those bands into rock-radio immortality.
This 18-year-old vocalist could turn out to be Chicago’s answer to Nicki Minaj.
The Southside Connection released a great psych single in 1982 and continue to play today as a wedding band.
“It is a region that has worked hard and sacrificed much over the decades, the city’s blue collar underbelly, the engine that drove Chicago to its industrial peak, only to […]