Summer outdoor concert series Out of SPACE announces its June shows, with the August dates coming later this month.
Bettye LaVette debuted with a hit soul single in 1962, but she’s long since transcended genre, singing blues, country, pop, funk, rock, and more.
Rhino Poetry, Drive-By Truckers, and more happenings from January 30-February 2.
Few working bands embrace their southern heritage as proudly as Georgia’s Drive-By Truckers, which makes their decision to wade right through the country’s political divide all the more stunning. The group intentionally dropped its strong new album American Band (ATO) at the end of September, just as the presidential election neared the height of its […]
The inaugural Dave Matthews Band Caravan posts up on the lakefront Fri-Sun 7/8-7/10. Part tour, part festival, part celebration of the DMB’s 20th anniversary, the caravan hits four cities this summer; this is its only midwest stop. Gates open at 11 AM each day, and the Dave Matthews Band headlines all three nights. Friday’s show […]
Drive-By Truckers, a band I need to spend more time listening to, play the Vic tonight and Saturday in support of their terrific new album, “Go-Go Boots.”
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
This week’s Early Warnings include the Drive-By Truckers, Murder by Death, O’Death, Rival Schools, Salt-n-Pepa, Yann Tiersen, Rocky Votolato & Matt Pond, and the Weasel 25th Anniversary Festival.
The Night Marchers, Pelican, the Ponys, Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, Warpaint, and the Good Life are just a handful of the bands invading an expansive stretch of Division this Saturday and Sunday.
The Lollapalooza lineup: reactions and predictions
Lolla’s lineup is short on surprises, but don’t short sell the Drive-By Truckers.
21 songs for a terrible decade.
Notable free shows at Taste of Chicago, starting tonight.
Heads up: Drive-By Truckers on Conan O’Brien tonight and May 3 at Metro
Jason Isbell, formerly of the Drive-by Truckers, at the Beat Kitchen tonight.