Highly regarded young Chicago-based folk-rock singer-songwriter whose music draws on a variety of influences from John Prine to the late alt-country songwriter Walter Hyatt and whose best songs manage to blend Springsteen’s conversational, musing Everyman with Dylan’s gnomic parables. Opening act is Amy Cook, an Austin Americana folk-rock singer-songwriter who was the opening act on Lucinda Williams’ tour last summer. Advance tickets: $12 ($14 at the door).
Local septet that plays classic rock, soul, and blues.
Pop covers by this versatile solo guitarist.
Soulful rock and blues covers and oriiginals by a trio led by this award-wining local singer-guitarist. With bassist David Stearns and drummer Griffin Bastian.
Local ensemble led by guitarist Belhaj that plays a range of New Orleans jazz styles, from struts, stomps, cakewalks, and rags to pop tunes, marches, and classical favorites.
Local jazz sextet led by trumpeter Anderson.
Hosted by The Martindales, a local band led by singer- guitarist Brian Brickley that plays blues and rock covers and originals. All electric musicians invited.