Monday, March 30, 2015


Take a listen, take a look, and see if any of these shows are worthy of your time. I plan on being at as many as I can, body and mind permitting.

You can start out the Month of April by heading to the Paperhaus this Wednesday for a big show featuring Chicago's Crown Larks, Anthony Pirog and many more.

And continue on by partaking in the Liturgy at DC9 on Thursday the second. YES, their amazing drummer has returned!

Jose Gonzalez
brings his intimate, but oh so big sound to the 9:30 Club on Tuesday, April 7th.

Mountain Goats come down from the hills to hit the 9:30 on Wednesday, April 8th.

Lady Lamb the Beekeeper comes for likely will be a popular show at the DC9 on Thursday the 9th.

Friday April 10th... to Whirr at the DC9? or to walk on the Diamond Rugs at the Black Cat? I haven't decided yet. Here's the evidence (and my answer will be in my recommendations section on the right).

Rodrigo Amarante is a fascinating artist worth heading over to the 6th + I Synagogue on Sunday, April 12th.

And if you are not sick of music by now, perhaps you can find out if you are Sick of Sarah, as that band hits the Black Cat on Tuesday the 14th.

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