Tue, Oct 15 - 8pm - $12


Sister Speak

 Canadian artist Sister Speak is on a world tour in support of sophomore record, 'The Stand EP.' The tour makes stops in Canada, USA, Germany, France, Central America and more. Front woman Sherri Anne started her music career in Chicago and will be returning to her roots during her fall acoustic tour. Sister Speak has headlined legendary music clubs, played at various festivals in North America and shared the stage with Air Supply, Chris Isaak, Doobie Brothers and Xavier Rudd among others. The live show combines passionate indie-folk, americana-blues, and touch of world music!  Sister Speak's startling debut album, Rise Up For Love, was released in 2014. Since then, the album has aired on radio throughout North America and Europe and Sister Speak has performed over 150 concerts per year worldwide. Whether solo or as a band, Sister Speak aims to share message-driven music and support the authentic expression of the woman's voice. Sister Speak is currently based in Los Angeles CA.

Cheryl Lynn Tomblin

 When Cheryl was 17 her mother bought her my first guitar and I began to learn the songs of the bands like Stone Temple Pilots, Alice in Chains and Sound Garden. As she began to listen to other genres like blues and jazz her musical palette matured and she began to write her own songs. Cheryl released two EPs under the name PIPES (Allow me the Pleasure, Those Ramblings on the Wall). The full length album "Mockingbird" is a long time coming. Generally performing under her project moniker PIPES, Cheryl decided to go by her birth name to take her music into a more personal space. This album, full of dark musings and contemplative desires, pulls from many of my influences such as Cassandra Wilson, Chris Cornell, John Lee Hooker, Alice in Chains, Morphine and A.K.A.C.O.D

Greg Jackson Combs

 Greg Jackson Combs has become an influential writer/performer in the ever prolific Chicago music scene since his first performances and tours began based out of the windy city in 2006. Combs is best known for his work with Chicago Folk Rock group: "Goodbyehome". The band has released two records with independent record label CAUDog Records, with much critical acclaim.  His music has brought him across the country to perform in historic venues from legendary Nashville club "The Basement" to the infamous "Hotel Cafe" in Los Angeles, as well as opening for such notable acts like Edward Sharp and the Magenetic Zeroes, Grace Potter, Dr. Dog and Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, All before he even hit the ripe age of thirty.  Combs represents an honesty and authenticity as a songwriter and performer that just does not exist in modern pop-music today. Drawing main influence from the 60's and 70's songwriting greats such as Dylan, Lightfoot, Chapin, Townes, Gilmore and Young. Performers of his caliber just don't exist today, making what he does, truly unique and remarkable. A overall message of hope and the power of positive thinking are a predominant subject of his music.  Combs is currently on the roster of CAUDOG RECORDS based out of Chicago, IL.

John Kimler


Price: $12