Cosmic Country star Andrew Sa drops a high lonesome covers collection, Dave Rempis releases a double album of live performances that COVID couldn’t stop, and more.
Beloved drummer and collaborator extraordinaire Joe Camarillo built a long resumé, which includes decades playing with the Waco Brothers and Hushdrops.
Silkworm veteran Tim Midyett finally drops the first Mint Mile full-length, Steve Reidell of Air Credits almost remakes the 1980 Genesis album Duke, and more.
Thursday at Metro, Do Re #MeToo brought together an all-star revue of women musicians and comics to parody sexist songs and advocate for abortion rights.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by Chicago-based artist Dmitry Samarov for the release party of this book Music to My Eyes.
Former Zincs leader James Elkington plays with Joan Shelley, Tweedy, Brokeback, Eleventh Dream Day, and more—and the new Wintres Woma, his first album under his own name, won’t change that.
The Hideout isn’t having a full-blown Block Party this year, but you can still see Eleventh Dream Day, Kelly Hogan, the Lawrence Peters Outfit, Robbie Fulks, the JC Brooks Band, Devil in a Woodpile, the reunited Mr. Rudy Day, and many more.
Chicago banjo fiend Al Scorch talks about his inspirations—including freak bikes, DIY hardcore, and Kelly Hogan.
Abraham Levitan of Shame That Tune returns with the podcast Nerds on Tour, rapper Rich Jones celebrates the new mixtape Pink Slips, and more.
Last week Kelly Hogan, Gerald Dowd, and Max Crawford performed the Great American Organ Transplant, delivering the instrument to Red Sox accompanist Josh Kantor.
Produced by the city Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, this free program celebrating the city’s creativity is Chicago’s version of the Kennedy Center Awards. Like last year’s rousing […]
Neko Case talks to Mavis Staples in advance of their appearances at Hideout Block Party & A.V. Fest
Taste of Chicago’s slimmed-down five-day lineup includes Robin Thicke, Jill Scott, and Robert Plant.
The sold-out Hideout Block Party & A.V. Fest features Wilco, Lee Fields, Kelly Hogan, and more