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  • Hampton production brings the King of Pop back to life

    Hampton production brings the King of Pop back to life
    For many performers, the prospect of stepping into Michael Jackson's high-flying shoes — imitating the legendary King of Pop on stage — would be more than a little intimidating. Eric "E.J." Jones doesn't feel that way. "I accept it as a...
  • Virginia Beach's Revery is back with a new disc and a big show

    Virginia Beach's Revery is back with a new disc and a big show
    It's been a while since Revery, the hard rock quintet from Virginia Beach, produced any new music. "Adora de Phonic," the band's new 12-song disc, is its first full-length album since Revery's debut disc, "Avarice & Absolution," almost a decade ago. But...
  • Review: Paul McCartney rebounds at United Center

    Review: Paul McCartney rebounds at United Center
    Let’s start with the undeniable: At eight years older than that fellow who needs to be fed in “When I’m Sixty-Four,” Paul McCartney is not supposed to be able to do what he’s been doing, such as Wednesday night at the...
  • Chicago area classical music recommendations

    Chicago area classical music recommendations
    Chicago Symphony Orchestra: The popular guitarist Milos Karadaglic makes his Ravinia and CSO debut playing Rodrigo's "Concierto de Aranjuez," with pianist Orion Weiss playing Rachmaninov on the same program, led by Robert Moody; 8 p.m. Friday; $25-$50,...
  • Millennium Park's impact on summer classical scene

    Millennium Park's impact on summer classical scene
    The impact of Millennium Park and its gleaming, otherworldly outdoor concert hall, Pritzker Pavilion, on the area's summer classical music scene cannot be overstated. Both have become Chicago icons within the 10 years they have served as the state-of-...
  • Summer means music festivals

    It's summer, and as dependable as hot weather, fresh vegetables and thundershowers is an abundance of music festivals. There are three in the area this week, offering a wide variety of tunes: •The 18th annual Black Potatoe Music Festival...
  • Ray LaMontagne calls on Belle Brigade

    Ray LaMontagne calls on Belle Brigade
    For Barbara Gruska, half of brother-sister act The Belle Brigade, a stint as an in-demand touring musician opened the door to the duo's prominent road role with singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne. In addition to opening LaMontagne's show on Friday, July...
  • Guided By Voices Is Once Again Firing On All Cylinders

    Guided By Voices Is Once Again Firing On All Cylinders
    Guided by Voices is an unlikely success story if ever there was one. Frontman Robert Pollard and his band of blue collar misfit friends from Dayton, Ohio recorded songs on a cassette four-track (a Tascam Portastudio, to be exact) in their basements and...
  • Nights at Mauch Chunk Opera House bring noise complaints and fines

    Tucked within Jim Thorpe's historic district, the Mauch Chunk Opera House has been a landmark for live music for the past decade. With picturesque mountains in the background, it stands next to similar structures dating to the 19th century. It's also...
  • Summer brings original musical revues to Plaza Theatre

    Summer brings original musical revues to Plaza Theatre
    For the hot summer when the air is heavy with humidity, Manalapan’s Plaza Theatre has come up with a lineup designed to be light. The original musical revues - “Bernstein on Broadway” (through July 27) and “Popera” (July 28...
  • Beethoven Festival, CCM must rethink their mission to survive

    Beethoven Festival, CCM must rethink their mission to survive
    While funding woes are the root of the problems recently afflicting two esteemed Chicago musical institutions, the Beethoven Festival and the Chicago Chamber Musicians (CCM), there's another way of looking at those problems. The former organization...