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  • Jake Clemons, in between Bruce Springsteen tours, plays solo shows and readies new EP

    Jake Clemons, in between Bruce Springsteen tours, plays solo shows and readies new EP
    Jake Clemons, who spent some time living in Virginia Beach and who more recently has been touring the world playing sax with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, seems to be ramping up his solo career. Clemons is nephew of the late, great Clarence...
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week

     
    Here are the Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. MATT NATHANSON Matt Nathanson has been pigeonholed as a gentle singer-songwriter with his platinum 2008 single “Come On Get Higher” and 2011’s follow-up hit “Faster.” It&#...
  • Chatting with Jake Clemons: Sax man carries on uncle Clarence's spirit in Springsteen's E Street Band

     
    Jake Clemons wants everyone to know this: He isn’t trying to replace his uncle, Clarence Clemons, by taking his role as saxophone player in Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band since the iconic Big Man’s death in 2011. In addition to......
  • Concert review: The Swell Season at the Fillmore Miami Beach

    At several points during the Swell Season’s performance last night at the Fillmore Miami Beach, the folk-rock group’s affable leaders, Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová, expressed equal measures of bewilderment and admiration for their host...
  • The Swell Season: Once and again

    A week before beginning a tour that will take her through most of the United States and parts of Canada, the Swell Season’s Markéta Irglová is relaxing with some friends in New York. It’s a welcome break for the 22-year-old musician and...
  • The Hideout's longevity steeped in loyalty

    The Hideout's longevity steeped in loyalty
    The Hideout was built on dirt. It was constructed directly on top of the soil, a stone's throw from Goose Island, before the Kennedy expressway loomed at its right and Home Depot sprawled on its left, before it became a bar, then a bar and a place to see...
  • Trey Anastasio's New Album, Traveler, Was Produced in Bridgeport

    Trey Anastasio's New Album, Traveler, Was Produced in Bridgeport
    Trey Anastasio's forthcoming solo album, Traveler, which is set to be released by Rubber Jungle / ATO Records October 16, was produced in Bridgeport, Conn. at Peter Katis' Tarquin Studios last fall, according to a release on Phish.com. Some of Katis'...
  • Live review: Eddie Vedder at the Wiltern

     
    The Pearl Jam singer serenades die-hard adorers as he tours in support of his recent solo album, ‘Ukulele Songs.' Glen Hansard shares the stage. Four strings, two hands and a voice. Turns out that's pretty much all you need to......
  • Get your festival on at Music Box

     
    This week, the Music Box Theatre is alive with the sound of music . . . and francais. Tonight through Sunday, the Chicago French Film Festival presents eight of the country's best recent films, featuring special guests and fun titles such as “...
  • 'The Other F Word': Jim Lindberg on punk rock fatherhood

     
    "The Other F Word,' a documentary about punk rock dads, features Pennywise singer Jim Lindberg....
  • Steve Carell looks to make music with 'Once' director

     
    EXCLUSIVE: Steve Carell appears to be adding one more interesting director to his dossier: "Once" helmer John Carney. Carney is in final negotiations to direct Carell's drama "Dogs of Babel," said a person familiar with the negotiations who asked not to...