This stubbornly idiosyncratic harmonica player had lousy luck with recordings, but he thrived for four decades onstage.
Stratford, Ontario, is famous for its long-running annual theater festival, which leans heavily on productions of Shakespeare. Singer-songwriter Cat Clyde has spent most of her life in and around Stratford, but you’d be hard-pressed to call her rootsy music theatrical, despite her poet’s knack for enveloping listeners in her stories—her primary influences belong on the […]
Vile Creature make a lot of metal for just two people, with great melodies and a supremely satisfying guitar tone—and they play Chicago on Friday night.
On their debut album, Fight for Yourself, Zex combine pointy-haircut punk with classic heavy metal and catchy power pop.
On growing up with inadequate supervision
Talking to the woman who evacuated Syria’s Jews
There are always the ones who are strange.
Hockey is a blue-collar sport, even if only hedge fund managers can afford to go to the games.
What’s on the Agenda for Saturday, November 17, 2012