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No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service-An Evening With July Talk

With Mumford & Sons playing to 30,000+ near Montrose Beach, a small collective of music fans got together at Beat Kitchen to enjoy one of the best rock and roll shows you can hope to see. 281 more words


Jacco Gardner-You Have The Key (That Opens The Door)

Jacco Gardner has a great new album out called Hypnophobia, which I’ve mentioned on this page previously. Yesterday a new track was released completely unrelated to the album. 96 more words


Live Show Review: Mystic Braves

Wednesday night brought the psychedelic and very stylish group, Mystic Braves at the Beat Kitchen in Chicago.

Established in Echo Park, California, the five-piece band brought their 60s style music to warm up the crowd on a typically chilly spring night.  191 more words


Chicago Farmer’s Folkin’ 999th Show to Feature New Song

“This is a working man’s singer/songwriter. The strident tones of his voice will make you sit up and listen.”  –Chicago Acoustic Underground

For a little over a decade, Chicago Farmer has been cultivating a field of dreams by entertaining people around the country with his lyrical tales, and catchy sing-a-long songs. 605 more words


Concert Review: The Blisters

I got to see the Blisters perform last Saturday with my friend at Beat Kitchen. The band was amazing live.

The Blisters is a Chicago-based band specializes indie rock music. 230 more words


Concert Review: The Blisters (2015.01.03)

On Saturday, a local Chicago band called The Blisters had a show at the Beat Kitchen on Belmont. I mentioned in a previous post that they were currently one of my favorite indie acts. 551 more words