The tremendous acoustic pop-punk band Even in Blackouts join Justin in Studio 435 to talk about why the band got back together after splitting up in 2009, why they choose to perform acoustically, how punk music is a perfect fit for an acoustic sound, the challenge of building an audience, how the pop-punk genre became mainstream and the process of getting back into the studio to create new music. 116 more words
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Amy Guth Full Show 3/4 | Cole Lavalais, Kevin Coval, Idris Goodwin, The Neo Futurists & celebrating Chicago's 180th birthday
Chicago native and former Neo-Futurist Lusia Strus sounds off on the end of 'Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind'
Chicago born and raised actor Lusia Strus, who currently stars in the TNT series “Good Behavior,” recently came back to her hometown of Chicago to see the last performance of “Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind”, the groundbreaking theater experience that billed itself as Chicago’s longest running show. 1,502 more words
Chicago Tribune theater critic and culture columnist Chris Jones joins Justin to wrap up the year in Chicago theater. Chris talks about the new production of “Phantom of The Opera,” Christopher Wheeldon’s “The Nutcracker” at the Joffrey Ballet, “The Christians” at Steppenwolf, “Warpaint” heading to Broadway, the controversies surrounding The Second City and the Neo-Futurists, The Hypocrites canceling the rest of their season and what shows he’s looking forward to in 2017. 44 more words