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Sun, April 14th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Tue, April 16th - Doors 7PM - Show 8PM - $20adv/$25doors
WHO IS COOL COOL COOL?Cool Cool Cool blends the best of Funk, House, and R&B to create a sound that is truly unique. With dynamic female-led vocals, a tight horn section, swirling synths, and a rhythm section that lays down a wicked groove, this band knows how to deliver an electrifying performance. When you see Cool Cool Cool in person, you'll be swept up by the energy of their music and unforgettable live show.After spending more than a decade traveling the world together with the touring act Turkuaz, the members of Cool Cool Cool decided to team up and form their own band in 2022. Their shared experiences, from playing dive bars to international festival stages, helped them develop a close bond that goes far beyond music. In Cool Cool Cool, this bond translates into a powerful synergy that allows each band member to showcase their individual talents, creativity, and passion.Cool Cool Cool will be touring the U.S. in 2024 both as a headlining act, as well as the supporting band for Talking Heads members Jerry Harrison and Adrian Belew (David Bowie, King Crimson) on their "Remain In Light" tour.
What's a Nasty Snack, you ask? It's Tom Selleck standing under a waterfall with a saxophone, eating a ham sandwich. It's Scooby Doo gnawing on a pair of rawhide drumsticks. It's that nasty groove brought to you by nine members of a Chicago funk movement that cannot be stopped! Drawing from influences such as Kool and the Gang, Lettuce, Roy Hargrove, Earth Wind and Fire, and Tower of Power, the Snacks have proven to showcase an explosive, horn-driven, pocket-slamming performance at each live show. With a chaotic balance of R&B grooves and freaky horn melodies, the Snacks have developed a sound acclaimed by most as "just nasty!"
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Grahame Lesh & The North
Thu, April 18th - Doors 7PM - Show 8PM - $20
Midnight North takes its cue from the fertile Bay Area music scene. Formed in early 2012 by singer/songwriters Grahame Lesh and Elliott Peck, whose harmonies came as naturally as the initial songs, along with bassist Connor O’Sullivan. The band’s current-day lineup was completed when drummer/banjo player Nathan Graham came aboard after a chance meeting at a benefit concert in Philadelphia in 2016 following the release of its third, and breakthrough, album, Under the Lights, in 2017. In the early days, the group was able to grow as a unit thanks to an association with Lesh’s family venue, Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California.Grahame Lesh on guitarDiamonds in the Zodiac - on the Americana Vibes label - is Midnight North’s fifth studio album (along with three live discs), representing a continuation of the musical direction on 2021’s There’s Always a Story. The title comes from the unearthed Robert Hunter lyrics for “Jupiter,” one of two extended tracks on an album -- the other, Grahame’s opening “Questions.” Other than those two, Diamonds is increasingly song-oriented and steeped in bluegrass, country, soul, blues, funk, jazz and gospel – a true Americana melting pot.Elliott Peck on the Telecaster guitarIt also turned into a real, second-generation family affair, as it was produced by the band’s dear friend Amy Helm, daughter of The Band’s Levon Helm and singer/songwriter Libby Titus, and features Grahame’s dad Phil and brother Brian. “Things have come full circle in that it was meeting Amy and Levon Helm at a Ramble in the Barn that gave my parents the inspiration to open Terrapin Crossroads, and having Terrapin was so instrumental in the band’s development. And now Amy produced this album and shepherded these songs to their ultimate form,” said Grahame.Connor O'Sullivan on bass guitarRecorded at Dave Schools’ (Widespread Panic) Spacecamp in Occidental, California, Diamond in the Zodiac’s 10 tracks represent a truly collaborative effort, featuring band members playing different instruments and many friends & collaborators stopping by the studio to contribute to the music and the vibe. Phil & Brian Lesh, Jason Crosby, and TJ Kanczuzewski all contributed significant moments, and all of the focus was on pulling the best version of the song out of the ensemble.Nathan Graham on the drumsWith its top-flight pedigree, Midnight North is intent on carrying the torch for this distinctly American music from one generation to the next. “Songlines” sums up the idea of a group of individuals putting their unique experiences into the common thread of music. Elliott and Amy join their voices together, singing, “Pass the lyric down to a troubled heart/A broken choir sings to light up the dark.”"It’s a generational thing," acknowledges Grahame. “It’s about what’s passed down to us and what we pass on. The verses are about different people in the dark needing the light, and that’s where they get it, from families and friends.”Midnight North Live“Elliott’s “A Great Farewell” brings the album to a suitable close. It’s about starting over, trying new things, but never forgetting what got us here in the first place. “I guess we’ll repeat the same mistakes/Knowing nothing’s going to change,” she sings, adding, “There’s a light out there/If we’re open to the spark.”Diamonds in the Zodiac shows not even the sky is the limit for Midnight North.Sneezy is a Fusion Rock band from Chicago, IL that draws its innovative sound from Rock, Hip-Hop, and Soul influences. Sneezy’s seven members have been building musical chemistry together for over a decade. Live performances are best characterized by engulfing grooves, crowd interaction, and occasional freak dancing! A loyal fan base stretches across Illinois where the band has supported national touring acts as well as headlined at major venues, colleges and universities. Find out more by searching #SneezyMusic.
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Fri, April 19th - Doors 8PM - Show 9PM - $15adv/$20doors
In a world full of Grateful Dead tribute bands, it takes a certain level of respect to coax the music into new exciting genres & stand out from the crowd. With a catalog full of Dead favorites originals as well as covers that the Grateful Dead performed, The Grateful String Band dedicates its bluegrass prowess to anything dead related. Any music the Grateful Dead performed is what TGSB explores and we perform it with our unique bluegrass spin. But The Grateful Dead is simply a starting point for what this band is capable of. With so many more options from the Pigpen days as well as spinoff projects like Old & In The Way and Jerry Garcia Band, The Grateful String Band is your one stop shop for your Deadgrass fix! If what you crave is middle ground between Grateful Dead and bluegrass, you've come to the right place.
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Sat, April 20th - Doors 7PM - Show 8PM - $15
This is PriMary...The Cure are one of the more colourful faces on Post-Punk’s Mount Rushmore. Romantic, dramatic, mischievous and potent they are a natural and logical assignment to be covered. Globe trotting power pop sons Who's This Mary? are only too pleased to present their legacy for your concert-going pleasure.Spawn as a lark and guilty by reason of intensity Who’s This Mary? chose to replicate songs by The Cure fully in 2010. Who's This Mary? are a modern beat combo that live and breathe in the Chicagoland area. Performing tip top original power pop as well as inspired cover versions of Britpop and other classics from 60's to present day. Their sound consists of bright melodies, tight harmonies, upbeat guitar work, and a healthy respect for catchy grooves. Known for their dedicated cover versions they have fully tackled The Jam (as "All Mods Conned"), The Beatles and now The Cure.Brought to you and comprised of members of London Calling (The Clash Tribute) and All Mods Conned (The Jam Tribute) so you may expect quality.
Still IL - Celebrating The Smiths, Morrissey, Marr, Manchester and more via Chicago. Invoking the spirit of Hatful Of Hollow - stripped down, passionate and vital.
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Sun, April 21st - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Wed. April 24 - 7:30pm - $12
Louder Than a Mom because everyone has a depressing, shocking, miserable, vulgar, hilarious family story! Storytelling is one of the oldest human traditions. Come and share yours. If you’re not ready to talk about your family tragedy, your judgmental mother-in-law, your drunk Uncle Pete who ruins every holiday, or why you hate your four-year-old, come and listen. We all love a good bedtime story!!
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Fri, April 26th - Doors 7PM - Show 8PM - $30adv/$35doors - NIGHT 1!
A Seven-piece band, The Mary Wallopers were formed by brothers Charles and Andrew Hendy and their friend Sean McKenna traveling the length and breadth of Ireland singing and collecting songs. Their early live performances exuded a raw energy and their self-titled first album perfectly captured their sound and ethos, one filled with warmth, intimacy, chaos and enough sparks ready to light any fire. They are working on a new album which will be released later this year.
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Sat, April 27th - Doors 7PM - Show 8PM - $30adv/$35doors - NIGHT 2!
A Seven-piece band, The Mary Wallopers were formed by brothers Charles and Andrew Hendy and their friend Sean McKenna traveling the length and breadth of Ireland singing and collecting songs. Their early live performances exuded a raw energy and their self-titled first album perfectly captured their sound and ethos, one filled with warmth, intimacy, chaos and enough sparks ready to light any fire. They are working on a new album which will be released later this year.
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Sun, April 28th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Thu, May 2nd - 8PM - $18
John R. Miller belongs to the rare breed of songwriters whose expansive introspection uncovers so many truths about the state of the human condition. On his new album Heat Comes Down, the West Virginia-raised, Nashville-based artist intimately narrates his sleepless nights and nostalgic daydreams, existential dread, and nuanced observations of the troubled world around him. But while a number of its songs convey a certain unease, Miller endlessly imparts the kind of lovely reassurance that can only come from shared catharsis. “Whenever I’ve got a lot of thoughts bouncing around my head, alchemizing that energy into something creative helps take the gravity out of them and quiets them down for a while,” says Miller. “For me this album is largely about anxiety in many forms: the things that cause it, what it causes in turn, and the moments of clarity in between. Listening back to it now, most of the songs seem like they’re trying to answer the questions I’ve been asking myself.”The follow-up to his 2021 Rounder Records debut Depreciated—an album hailed by SPIN for its “refreshingly raw honesty, reflectiveness, and the undeniable beauty in discovery and growth”—Heat Comes Down finds Miller teaming up with producers Andrija Tokic and John James Tourville (both known for their work with artists like Sunny War and The Deslondes). Over a three day session at The Bomb Shelter (Tokic’s Nashville studio), Miller joined forces with several members of his longtime live band (drummer John Clay Burchett, guitarist J. Tom Hnatow, fiddle player Chloe Edmonstone) as well as bassist Craig Burletic and Jeff Taylor (a multi-instrumentalist whose credits include Willie Nelson and Elvis Costello). With its understated but gorgeously detailed convergence of country and folk-rock, Heat Comes Down hits with a potent impact despite its exquisite intricacy—a dynamic suited to an artist whose background includes playing in punk bands in high school and touring as a member of an old-time string band in his 20s. “I think the feeling in the room heavily contributes to the feeling of a record, and that room was full of people I love very much,” Miller points out. “We all felt free to open up and fool around and experiment with different ideas, which helped us create something that hopefully feels warm and inviting to everyone.”
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Fri, May 3 - 8PM - $20adv/$23doors
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Evoking the ocean and guided by the spirit of travel, The Hip Abduction pilot a sonic expedition past genre barriers. Theband is the moniker for singer/songwriter David New who writes and produces music in between travel excursions and touring. Live shows morph into a versatile musical ensemble consisting of Matt Poynter (drums), Chris Powers (bass), Justino Walker (guitar, vocals, ngoni), and Cody Moore (keys, sax); each of whom have a mutual appreciation for African (Afrobeat/Soukous/Malian Blues), Reggae, and American (jam/electronic/indie) music. Since 2012, the band has played almost every noteworthy music festival in the country, has landed major TV/Movie syncs and Sirius Xm radio spins, have 650k+ mo listeners on Spotify, have provided direct cross country tour support for artists like Dirty Heads, Galactic, Slightly Stoopid, The Revivalists, and who’s highly energized live show have landed the 5-piece a sizable fanbase across the US and Canada.
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Sat. May 4 - 2pm - $20 - All Ages
Join us for an amazing afternoon of music performed by the talented students, faculty and families of Harriet Tubman Elementary School. All proceeds benefit the school.Harriet Tubman Elementary School is a CPS Neighborhood and Magnet Cluster School with a Fine and Performing Arts Focus.
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Sat, May 4th - Doors 7:00PM - Show 7:30PM - NO COVER!
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WZRD 88.3 FM, Northeastern's Radio Station, first signed on air 50 years ago on Monday, July 8, 1974. To commemorate these last five decades of broadcasting, WZRD is proud to invite our loyal listeners, fellow DJs, staff, alumni, musicians and anyone else who would like to support us in our 50th year to one of the best venues on the Northside of the city, Martyrs'! We will have four bands, vendors, merch, swag bags, and more. Not to mention the event will be absolutely FREE! Of course the bands booked will be of a freeform nature: punk rock, progressive jazz, funk rock, and electronic/synth music will dazzle and astound you the night of May 4th, 2024! Bring your friends and family to this wonderful event to help all of us here at the Wizard celebrate 50 years!
Charlie Otto is from This Must be the Band, DJ noDJ, and Grood Music. Some of the songs he writes are best performed acoustically, and those are the ones he will play at this show.
Sons of Ra Hailing from the underground scene of Chicago, this eclectic ensemble draws inspiration from avant garde music, classic jazz fusion with post-progressive sensibilities, infusing their music with cosmic vibrations and experimental fervor. Drummer Michael Rataj lays an energetic and ever-shifting rhythmic framework for tenor saxophonist/bassist Keith Wakefield and guitarist Erik Oldman to weave angular, contrapuntal melodies with ethereal textures augmented by loops and synthesizer explorations. Sons of Ra are not merely a band; they are sonic sorcerers, weaving spells of experimental brilliance that transcend the boundaries of traditional genres. Their new six-part suite “Tropic of Cancer” is out now and will be available for purchase at this show!
Silver Abuse was one of the original punk bands in Chicago, forming in 1977. There were various versions of Silver Abuse, but the original version starred lifetime member Bill Meehan, along with Santiago Durango and Camilo Gonzalez, early members of Naked Raygun. Silver Abuse broke up for good in 1983. After the original version of Silver Abuse disbanded in the late 70s, most of the members of SA formed The Wayouts!. Even though The Wayouts! included many of the same members of Silver Abuse, their lazer-sharp sardonic and cartoonish one-minute pop missives varied so greatly from Silver Abuse's sloppy yet spot-on political and social dissections, that they are best not included in the greater Silver Abuse beastiary. Some of The Wayouts!' members became Silver Abuse again after their last show on New Year's Eve, 1980. There was also a later spin-off group called Burden of Friendship.
Cosmic Bull is a Chicago-based four-piece band featuring Mark Vickery on vocals and rhythm guitar, Jim Dinou on keys and backing vocals, Patrick Dinnen on bass and Ben Domhoff on drums. (3/4 members were in the iconic Talking Heads Tribute Band, This Must Be The Band. Chicago-based singer/songwriter, Mark Vickery who leads the band sings in low vocal range about subjects we tend to need more than want.)
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Sun, May 5th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, May 5th- 8PM - NO COVER! - FIRST SUNDAYS!
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First Sundays are the Chofis Session. Presented by drummer extraordinaire, Chris Sanchez (AKA Chofis). The Chofis Session is a jam featuring some of Chicago's brightest young musicians. Bring your instrument and jam with the best. ALL AGES welcome and No Cover! Come One Come All!
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Fri, May 10th - 7pm - $25
BANDS FOR BELL 20
20 years of Bands for Bell! Celebrate a night of live music with the A. G. Bell community. This fundraiser showcases the musical talents of Bell teachers and parents. This year’s bands: Hilltop, Teacher’s Pet, Drek Nelson. All musicians donate their talent and time to raise funds for Bell School. Join us for a great show and support a great cause!
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Sun, May 12th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sat, May 18th - 8:30PM - $20
Hot Like Mars (formerly The North 41) Four Unique Shows!
Seven friends from Chicago making songs together. Colin Kolasny, Nico Diaz de Leon, Roan Quinn, Jack Harris, Chris Sánchez, Jeremy Adams, Weber Anderson <3
In between the dimensional fingers of time and space lives a being with unlimited astroillogical funktelligence. His name is Groovy Louie. His only purpose is to spread the funk so all beings have the ability to survive. During Groovy's endless quest he has recruited a group of modern funk disciples to aid in his objective. A group he admirably refers to as the Time Capsules. Together, Groovy Louie & the Time Capsules have signed their souls to the Intergalactic Mothers of Funk, promising to preserve life by juicing the funk out of every corner of the unknown universe.
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Sun, May 19th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, May 26th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, June 2nd - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, June 2nd - 8PM - NO COVER! - FIRST SUNDAYS!
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First Sundays are the Chofis Session. Presented by drummer extraordinaire, Chris Sanchez (AKA Chofis). The Chofis Session is a jam featuring some of Chicago's brightest young musicians. Bring your instrument and jam with the best. ALL AGES welcome and No Cover! Come One Come All!
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Tue, June 4th - Doors 6PM - Show 7PM - $20 - ALL AGES!
Artists, activists, musicians, writers, architects, politicians, chefs, and people defying description all grace the stage at PechaKucha Night which brings prominent and emerging creative minds together for an evening of lightning-fast presentations, networking and fun. The PechaKucha format, where a dozen or so presenters are given 20 slides each shown for 20 seconds to reveal their passions, work and inspirations, is now held in over 430 cities around the world. Chicago events are among the most popular, with over 300 people in attendance at each event. It's an amazing, riotous and amusing evening.
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Sun, June 9th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Wed, June 12th - Doors 6:30PM - Show 7:30PM - $12adv/$15doors
CHIRP Radio’s Live Lit and Music series, ‘The First Time’, is unlike any storytelling show in Chicago. It pairs our six unique readers' personal stories about a first-time experience with a song performance. This unique structure allows the story to resonate with audience members as they experience the accompanying song covered by our house band, The First Time Three, featuring Liam Davis, Gerald Dowd and Steve Frisbie. The band has played with musicians including Robbie Fulks, Nora O'Connor, Justin Roberts, Tributosaurus, Frisbie and more, and takes special care to perform unexpected song arrangements of said covers. It is hard to tell what the audience enjoys more: each story or each song. The show is a benefit for CHIRPRadio.org and is hosted by The Moth champion, Jenn Sodini. Featured readers include:
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Fri, June 14th - 8PM - $25
Second Hand News recreates the experience of seeing Fleetwood Mac in their heyday. Made up of veteran local musicians, the band features spot-on vocal harmonies, careful attention to detail, and electric live shows. Through the talents of these seasoned performers, the spirit and musicianship of Mick Fleetwood, John and Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks, and Lindsey Buckingham come to life on stage. Audiences are energized by dynamic deliveries of favorites from the band's extensive catalog of hits as well as deep cuts beloved by superfans. The fun these musicians have recreating these classic songs together is infectious, and will bring you to your feet in shared appreciation for one of the greatest bands of all time.
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Sun, June 16th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, June 23rd - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, June 30th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, July 7th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, July 7th - 8PM - NO COVER! - FIRST SUNDAYS!
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First Sundays are the Chofis Session. Presented by drummer extraordinaire, Chris Sanchez (AKA Chofis). The Chofis Session is a jam featuring some of Chicago's brightest young musicians. Bring your instrument and jam with the best. ALL AGES welcome and No Cover! Come One Come All!
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Sun, July 14th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, July 21st - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, July 28th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Aug 4th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Aug 4th - 8PM - NO COVER! - FIRST SUNDAYS!
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First Sundays are the Chofis Session. Presented by drummer extraordinaire, Chris Sanchez (AKA Chofis). The Chofis Session is a jam featuring some of Chicago's brightest young musicians. Bring your instrument and jam with the best. ALL AGES welcome and No Cover! Come One Come All!
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Sun, Aug 11th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Aug 18th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Aug 25th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Sept 1st - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Sept 1st - 8PM - NO COVER! - FIRST SUNDAYS!
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First Sundays are the Chofis Session. Presented by drummer extraordinaire, Chris Sanchez (AKA Chofis). The Chofis Session is a jam featuring some of Chicago's brightest young musicians. Bring your instrument and jam with the best. ALL AGES welcome and No Cover! Come One Come All!
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Sun, Sept 8th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Sept 15th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Sept 22nd - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Sept 29th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Oct 6th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Oct 6th - 8PM - NO COVER! - FIRST SUNDAYS!
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First Sundays are the Chofis Session. Presented by drummer extraordinaire, Chris Sanchez (AKA Chofis). The Chofis Session is a jam featuring some of Chicago's brightest young musicians. Bring your instrument and jam with the best. ALL AGES welcome and No Cover! Come One Come All!
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Sun, Oct 13th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Oct 20th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Oct 27th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Nov 3rd - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Nov 3rd - 8PM - NO COVER! - FIRST SUNDAYS!
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First Sundays are the Chofis Session. Presented by drummer extraordinaire, Chris Sanchez (AKA Chofis). The Chofis Session is a jam featuring some of Chicago's brightest young musicians. Bring your instrument and jam with the best. ALL AGES welcome and No Cover! Come One Come All!
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Sun, Nov 10th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Nov 17th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Nov 24th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Dec 1st - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Dec 1st - 8PM - NO COVER! - FIRST SUNDAYS!
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First Sundays are the Chofis Session. Presented by drummer extraordinaire, Chris Sanchez (AKA Chofis). The Chofis Session is a jam featuring some of Chicago's brightest young musicians. Bring your instrument and jam with the best. ALL AGES welcome and No Cover! Come One Come All!
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Sun, Dec 8th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Fri, Dec 13th - 9PM - $40
12th Annual MobettaHoliday JamOur Favorite Holiday TraditionYear in and year out,Maurice Mobetta Brown’s Christmas gift to Chicago plays out on our stage,and never fails to be THE show of the year.Each year we anxiously wait to hear which musical giants Maurice will get to grace our stage, like little kids waiting to open their stockings. Maurice s own musical star has done nothing but sky rocket since we first encountered him all the way back in his Lettuce days in New Orleans. Originally from Harvey, Illinois, Maurice’s ticket to musical dominance was punched early on,when he won the prestigious Wynton Marsalis prize. He went on from there to attend Chicago’s own Columbia College. A seven time grammy winner, so far,Mobetta has played, and arrangedfor Lettuce,Tedeschi Trucks Band, Anderson Paak and The Free Nationals as well as Silk Sonic. Maurice is also an accomplished solo artist and a brilliant bandleader, not to mention his amazing resume as a producer. In past years Maurice has brought alonga slew of legendary artists to help him celebrate Chicago and the holidays. FromMononeon to Thundercat and fromTalib Kweli to Cory Henry every year his line up is packed with the heaviest hitters in the game in unimaginable all star arrangements. Last year we had Anderson Paak onstage with Weedie Bramah Isiah Sharkey and Sput. Where can anyone ever see such a thing except once a year? HERE
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Sun, Dec 15th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Dec 22nd - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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Sun, Dec 29th - 3PM - NO COVER - EVERY SUNDAY!
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Honky Tonk Sundays! Join us for an afternoon with The Hoyle Brothers. They play every Sunday at 3pm.
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