Trey Gruber of up-and-coming Laurel Canyon-style rockers Parent has died at age 26.
Chicago label International Anthem puts in the sweat to bring progressive jazz the audience it deserves.
More than 12 years after her blazing debut on the Chicago jazz scene, trumpeter Jaimie Branch releases Fly or Die, her first album as a bandleader.
A badly injured Logan Bay keeps running WLPN from the hospital, Seth Vanek moves throws The Therapy Sessions a birthday party, and more.
Gender in the Old-Time Saloon, Write Club, and more happenings from January 9-12
Chicago Fire vs. San Jose Earthquakes, Fourth of July, and more happenings from July 1-4.
A new show at the Hungry Brain asks performers uncommon questions.
The beloved venue closed nearly a year ago, but last night’s soft open for Charles Rumback’s record release sets the stage for its next chapter.
A fund-raiser for the legacy of HWPK soul DJ Bob Abrahamian, a feature-length film from Primo Mendoza, and more
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Sunday, September 1
2013 Chicago Jazz Festival aftershows: Kidd Jordan, the Rempis Percussion Quartet, and other late-night diversions
The language of jazz affords instant collaborations—New York reedist Oscar Noriega performs Sunday with a first-time combo of Chicagoans.
New York’s Danny Fox Trio brings its rigorous brand of chamber jazz to the Hungry Brain on Sunday.
Teith drops a posthumous debut LP, Tree and Danny Brown talk collaboration, and more.