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Let's just quote my colleague Mary Schmich: "Because no friendly singalong would feel right without an edge, every year we offer a contest. This allows audience members to do the only thing that's more fun in life than singing, i.e. competing." Eric Zorn...
The Old Town School of Folk Music is producing a theater piece for the first time in its 425-seat venue in Lincoln Square. "Keep a Song in Your Soul: The Black Roots of Vaudeville" was commissioned by the school. It's a collaboration between the North...
Tuesday's Trib Nation luncheon was built around the idea of music and the roles it plays in our lives and communities. Our 13 guests included music lover Jennifer Keeley, rap artist and former Chicago aldermanic candidate Che "Rhymefest" Smith, Chicago...
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Chicago Folk and Roots Festival: The Old Town School of Folk Music’s annual throw-down is a multi-act, family-friendly event that includes as headliners R&B singer Delbert McClinton and rockabilly siren Rosie Flores (Saturday) and Cuban flutist...
Staff reporterSt. Vincent de Paul Center invites families and neighbors to the 11th Annual Summer Safety Festival, sponsored by Alderman Michelle Smith and Children's Memorial Hospital, being held on the Center's campus at the corner of Halsted and Webster on Saturday,...
Louie Perez and David Hidalgo have been writing songs together for 40 years, providing the backbone for Los Lobos albums and a couple of Latin Playboy projects. Their tunes have been covered by artists ranging from Robert Plant and Pop Staples to Phish...
Change of SubjectUpdate: Here's the playlist from last Saturday's "Sweet Folk Chicago" 7-8 p.m. WFMT FM 98.7. I was the guest host and played musical requests submitted by commenters here at Change of Subject. 1. Wendy C: Steve Goodman: City of New......
Change of SubjectOver the years, my ritual announcement here in late October saying tickets are now on sale for the “Songs of Good Cheer” Christmas-season caroling parties has evolved from a come-on to a heads-up. Metro columnist Mary Schmich and I began......
Turn It UpUnited Sounds of America: This six-part series opens this weekend with music inspired by American cities and regions, including New York (Friday with hosts Bill Charlap and Suzanne Vega), Route 66 (Saturday with Arlo Guthrie) and New Orleans (Sunday with....
TribLocal - Wheaton » NewsRavinia season is in full swing, which means folks across Chicagoland are flocking to Highland Park to enjoy the sounds of summer at the famous …...
TribLocal - Wilmette & Kenilworth » NewsA total of 15 unlocked vehicles in Wilmette reportedly have been targeted by burglars in recent days. Seven more overnight vehicle burglaries were reported July …...
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