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Despite possessing a rather unassuming sound -- one built on gentle acoustic strumming and comforting harmonies -- local act the Milk Carton Kids have had a rather booming year and a half. Two self-released albums published straight-to-the-Web are said to...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Technical gremlins and some timing issues have conspired to put us a touch behind schedule this morning, so in the interest of brevity, here's a quick buffet of links to get you going. And to......
Kids These Days open their self-released debut album, “Traphouse Rock,” with the sound of several radio stations cutting in and out between static. It comes off as a brief tongue-in-cheek commentary on the Chicago septet’s style-...
RedEye intern*** (out of 4) Kids these days. They spend so much time on that Internet, digesting overwhelming amounts of information, destroying their attention spans. It’s a wonder they can ever synthesize it into anything useful, am I right? Chicago’...
Choose whether each song is on (A) Barack Obama’s campaign Spotify playist, (B) Mitt Romney’s campaign Spotify playlist or (C) Neither. 1. “I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow,” The Soggy Bottom Boys 2. “I Won’t Back Down,&...
Woody Guthrie (pictured) was America's foremost Dust Bowl troubadour. He would have turned 100 this year. Guthrie's place in popular culture is secure; idolized by a young Bob Dylan, Guthrie sired a psychedelic-era successor in son Arlo (of Alice's...
Tags: Bob Dylan, Middletown, Woody Guthrie, Billy Bragg, Music
3 stars (out of 4) Rockabilly singer and proto-riot grrrl Wanda Jackson was revving up audiences on bills with Elvis Presley in the ‘50s, and she’s influenced several generations of rockers, including her recent producers Jack White and...
Tags: Wanda Jackson, Woody Guthrie, Elvis Presley
On Friday at the Kimball Theatre, 23-year-old William and Mary graduate Eric Horgan clinched first place in the Williamsburg's Got Talent competition by singing an impassioned version of John Prine's "Angel from Montgomery." He took home a $500 prize....
I recently took one of those online quizzes to test your accent, and it declared, accurately, that I come from the "Central U.S." The test said my accent is essentially no accent, the one that's employed by television news anchors, who are supposed to...
Riot Fest: For the first time the annual punk festival expands outdoors for two days in Humboldt Park (opening night will be indoors at the Congress Theatre), and the lineup has some of its heaviest hitters yet, including Iggy and the Stooges, Elvis...
Ten minutes to showtime. And there was no showman. "Where is he?" asked Ben Taylor, bassist of the Chicago soul revue JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound, pacing beside a golf cart ready to whisk him and his band mates to the stage. JC Brooks, their magnetic...
RedEye special contributorWhen the Tom Schraeder & His Ego frontman started planning a release party for “Chicago, I Love You,” the latest album from his namesake band, he forgot one important detail: to complete the record itself. Instead, Schraeder left the album...
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