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Prius Route to Rock, Vol. 73: Depeche Mode, Randolph Street Market, Four Star Bike Tour

Football is right around the corner and with both the Sox and Cubs in full-on rebuilding mode, we’re stoked for the start of the Bears’ season in a couple of weeks.  309 more words


Depeche Mode's 'Soothe My Soul' Remixed [First Listen]

As reported earlier today at rollingstone.com, Depeche Mode’s “Soothe My Soul” has been remixed by Swedish House Mafia’s Steve Angello and producer/remixer extraordinaire Jacques LuCont.  79 more words


Trish Biondo's Nashville Hotline: Kelly Clarkson talks Weddings & What Mom-in-Law To Be Reba Says

Kelly Clarkson is busy planning her Fall wedding with her fiance Brandon, and she tells us she’s getting help from family members: “Her oldest niece is planning it – she is a wedding planner. 269 more words


Among the Maggots: Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival 2012

When the noon hour broke, the feeble metal fencing meant to keep out the strongest of die-hard fans, trembled in utter weakness. Ticket lines snaked in writhing shapes, impatience was subsided by chain smoking cigarettes; but it was the call of the wild which promised the satisfaction of loyalty.  1,424 more words

Sugarland Sweeps Fans Off Their Feet As "In The Hands Of The Fans Tour 2012" Hits Chicago!

Summer may have officially commenced last Wednesday, but country music’s kickoff to the season was Saturday’s Sugarland show in Tinley Park. The energetic duo charmed the hearts of thousands packing the First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre with the… 880 more words


Who's Opening For Sugarland?

I’m getting calls on who is opening for Sugarland this Saturday night at the First Midwest Bank Amphitheater in Tinley Park.

It’s Lauren Alaina and Canaan Smith. 56 more words


Radiohead @ First Midwest Bank Amphitheater, Tinley Park, Illinois - 2012/06/10

For a band that admittedly does not like to tour, Radiohead puts a lot of time and energy into making sure that their shows are as visually stunning as they are musically transcendent. 775 more words

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