Future Generations at Lincoln Hall

The gents of Future Generations kicked off our weekend with some dancing and good vibes! Looking like your high school guy friends, these dudes are every bit as fun-loving and kind. Following their September release of Landscape, Chicago was just one of the many stops during their promotional tour of the album. The band played for a…

Hidden gems of the week…

FRIDAY (1/11): Future Generations @ Lincoln Hall Opening for Magic City Hippies Friday night at Lincoln Hall is Future Generations out of Brooklyn. Bringing all the right ingredients to the table, the band is focused on making sure concert-goers always have a good time during their set! Future Islands released their second album, Landscape, on Frenchkiss Records…

Metro’s moshpit up front full of youths

Australia’s Gang of Youths is movin’ on up the ranks of Chicago venues! Quickly outgrowing both Schubas and Subterranean, last Friday saw the band play to a delightfully energetic bunch at Metro. I always pride Chicago on having great fans at concerts and am truly disappointed when we don’t “show up” well enough physically or…

Party Nails at Metro

For their 20th Anniversary Tour, Eve 6 brought two all-female openers on the road with them–Somme and Party Nails. The ladies fronting each act are roommates in LA and feel incredibly thankful to have been chosen as the openers for their special tour. During their sets they both spoke to the band’s character and said…

Albert Hammond Jr. jump starts Chicago’s heart

Chicagoans are pretty resilient during the winter months, but Winter Storm Bruce and freezing temperatures caught us a little off guard during the last week of November. Feeling a bit numb, Chicagoans still made their way to Aragon Ballroom for Night 1 of 101 WKQX’s The Nights We Stole Christmas featuring Albert Hammond Jr., Grandson,…

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Sunny Sweeney

Texas-born, road warrior Sunny Sweeney is bringing her “Dysfunctional Family Christmas Tour” to Joe’s this Wednesday (December 5th) and it sound like it will be quite the party! Sweeney got her start playing at local bars where she belted out songs about drinking and partying. Coupled with her wit and some experience in improv comedy,…

The Brother Brothers bring some zen to the end of your week

Set in one of halls at Old Town School of Folk Music, The Brother Brothers opened for Don Flemons and brought some calm to the end of a long work week. Despite the fact that the band only as 2 members, their music never sounded dull or hollow. Between the cello, fiddle, guitar, and their…

Tall Heights sets the tone for the weekend

After a long week, how better to start the weekend than with a heartfelt concert? The guys of Tall Heights gave Chicagoans just that Friday night at Lincoln Hall. The members of Tall Heights are humble, kind, and low-key funny–they seem like the neighborhood guys everyone knew and liked. The only difference is that this…