Please excuse the absurd title, but those at The Chicago Theatre Wednesday night knew there was a lot of Ketchup trash talking and adoration happening throughout the set. After a long 6 years hearing nothing from Fleet Foxes, I was ecstatic to see that they were rejoining the music scene with their most recent release Crack-Up. Before their hiatus, I had not seen them live, so I was excited to see that they would be spending two nights in Chicago to support the album.
One of our favorite indie folk bands, Fleet Foxes, is back at it and playing The Chicago Theatre for two nights in a row next week! The band released their first full-length album in 6 years this past summer and are eager to reconnect with fans. Crack-Up features the beautiful harmonies that originally drew us in and combines them with mesmerizing instrumentals. Their live show is said to be incredible and, in this case, well worth the wait. For tickets to the shows, click here.
The Lumineers closed out the current leg of the U.S. Cleopatra Tour in our lovely city of Chicago with Sleepwalkers and SOAK. It was a special night filled with beautiful music, lots of crowd participation, singing, storytelling, and confetti.
Grace Potter…perhaps one of the only people in which both guys and girls want to be her or be with her. The girl has swagger, she has talent, and she knows how to have a good time with her fans!
Chris Cornell (of Soundgarden, Audioslave, and Temple of the Dog) will be bringing his solo work to Chicago fans this Tuesday, October 6th. Cornell’s fifth studio album, Higher Truth, was released September 18th and has received positive reviews from various music critics. Straying from his grunge roots, Higher Truth brings us a more stripped down version of Cornell.
Cornell will be performing an acoustic set at the Chicago Theatre. Tickets may be purchased here.