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  • Tammy McCann settles into a new music venue

    Tammy McCann settles into a new music venue
    Tammy McCann's fans – and they are growing in number – long have wished there was a spot where the charismatic Chicago singer could be heard weekly. Not just periodically at festivals, concerts and club dates, but steadily in an engagement...
  • Lewis, Petrenko a potent duo for Beethoven with the CSO

    Lewis, Petrenko a potent duo for Beethoven with the CSO
    The new year is bringing several shifts of administrative authority at the top of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's food chain. The possibility of exciting new ideas, new directions, is in the air. On stage at Orchestra Hall this week, a different sort...
  • Blackhat's blues will kick off free concert series

    Bobby "Blackhat" Walters, the blues singer from Newport News, knows that he will be performing at the Sandler Center in Virginia Beach on Thursday night. As for details, he leaves that up in the air. "You never know what to expect at a Bobby 'Blackhat'...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Jan. 11 In concert The Howard County Concert Orchestra presents the music of composers of African heritage, an art display from the African Art Museum of Maryland and multi-media artist Denee Bar, 4 p.m., St. John's Episcopal Church, 9120...
  • Weekend preview: 10,000 bottles of beer on the wall

    Weekend preview: 10,000 bottles of beer on the wall
    If there was any confusion, this weekend’s events should make clear the idea that the Funky Buddha Brewery’s Maple Bacon Coffee Porter is no ordinary libation in the eyes, or on the tongues, of South Florida beer cognoscenti. On Saturday,...
  • For guest quartet, it'll be a gas, gas, gas

    For guest quartet, it'll be a gas, gas, gas
    These Rolling Stones imitators wear college sweaters and Converse shoes and like to comb their hair. But while they dress more conservatively than Keith, Mick and the gang, they nonetheless are likely to get the same sort of satisfaction when they...
  • Incoming CSO head is quiet, but will be heard

    Incoming CSO head is quiet, but will be heard
    Like just about anyone who ever has held or applied for a leadership post, incoming Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association President Jeff Alexander is used to being asked the "vision" question, though he knows not everyone will find his answer satisfying....
  • Rock impresario Bill Graham gets first major career exhibition

    Rock impresario Bill Graham gets first major career exhibition
    The life and career of rock promoter Bill Graham will be explored in depth in an exhibition coming to the Skirball Cultural Center in May and running through Oct. 11. Graham was a central figure in the evolution of rock music’s path out of clubs...
  • Sands tribute act series gives fans 'next best thing'

    Singer Jean Violet was a signed to a major record label in the 1990s and performed frequently in Japan. When he returned to the United States, he crashed in the Manhattan apartment of guitarist Jimi Bones of the '90s rock band Kix, and they came up with...
  • Winter Jam Tour shows at Reading's Santander Arena that rowdy rock can be for the good

    Winter Jam Tour shows at Reading's Santander Arena that rowdy rock can be for the good
    It’s a question that’s been bandied around for 40 years now, since the dawn of contemporary Christian Music: Whether God can use raw, raucous music to further the cause of good. If the annual Winter Jam Christian music tour’s stop...
  • Lys Guillorn Revives Sunday Songwriter Showcase At Cafe Nine

    Lys Guillorn Revives Sunday Songwriter Showcase At Cafe Nine
    Lys Guillorn, a singer-songwriter from Shelton, remembers Battlecat Sundays at Cafe Nine in New Haven. They were weekly musical events that started (and ended) a little more than a decade ago. Musicians performed, mostly for each other, in a relaxed,...