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VÉRITÉ @ Lincoln Hall 8/28

Alt-pop artist, VÉRITÉ is returning to Chicago to share her debut album, Somewhere in Between, with fans.

VÉRITÉ bust onto the scene only three short years ago, but she has already cranked out multiple acclaimed EPs, performed at massive music festivals, and done headlining shows across the US and Europe.  54 more words

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Vesperteen

This past week, I went to a Vesperteen concert at Lincoln Hall, in Chicago, and it was a gift.

A gift to my ears, my eyes, my soul, and my mind. 319 more words

Photography

August 5, 2017 - Chicago

Camera – iPhone 6

Visited Chicago to see my family, my friends and Car Seat Headrest at Lincoln Hall. It was short trip but enjoyable to say the least. 30 more words

Travel

Q&A: August Hotel

A year after August Hotel dropped their single “12 am”, which has been listened to nearly 100,000 times across streaming services, the indie pop group has finally put the finishing touches on their 4-song EP Charms. 1,347 more words

Music

Photos: Day Wave @ Lincoln Hall

Photos by: Katie Kuropas – 

Indie Rock band Day Wave, who released their debut album, The Days We Had, on May 5th, 2017, performed at Lincoln Hall in Chicago last night. 155 more words

Music

Get to know U.K. singer-songwriter Lewis Watson

English singer-songwriter Lewis Watson joins Justin to talk about his career, first picking up the guitar at age 16, being influence by a family with diverse musical interests, becoming a YouTube sensation, the importance of taking care of himself on his North American tour, his latest record, “midnight” and his show tomorrow night at… 114 more words

The Download

The Download with Justin Kaufmann Full Show 5-10-17

We have another fantastic show for you this evening! On tonight’s episode of The Download, The Daily Line’s Mike Fourcher joins Justin to break down all the local political stories making news this week, Eric Zorn sits down at The Big Table to reflect on his great 30 year career as a columnist at the Chicago Tribune, we get introduced to the music of English singer-songwriter Lewis Watson, Edward McClleland tells us why he thinks Chicago should annex the adjoining suburbs and since it’s Wednesday, we end the show with “Swap Meet,” a Chicago-centric version of “Antiques Roadshow” meets “Let’s Make a Deal.” 44 more words

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