Multi-talented singer-songwriter Shay Jones is set to showcase her mixed-media physical artwork in a limited and private showing at Berry Manor, 737 East 69th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637 on Thursday, August 10th from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Musical works will be performed as well. Jones’ artwork includes 3D people images, angels, divas, abstract paintings of ecology,… talented-singer-songwriter-shay-jones-set-to-showcase-her-mixed-media-physical-artwork/" title="Read Multi-talented Singer-Songwriter Shay Jones set to Showcase Her Mixed-Media Physical Artwork”>Read more »
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Michael “Mike” Scaccia, guitarist of Ministry, Rigor Mortis and Revolting Cocks, died last night after suffering a heart attack on stage at the Rail Club in Fort Worth, Texas. He was 47 years old. Frontman Bruce Corbitt stated: “My brother is gone! The only reason I am who I am is because of this man…. Read more »
On Wednesday, November 7, SoCal natives The Neighbourhood brought their unique blend of dark, dirty pop to Chicago’s Subterranean. Currently touring in support of Paul Banks, these five youngsters have had quite the year following the release of their debut EP, I’m Sorry…. Chicago Music Magazine caught up with frontman Jesse Rutherford before the show to discuss the band’s influences, aspirations, and what it means to be #blackandwhite.
These days, it seems like every band that saw any amount of success in the ‘90s is going back on tour. From the recently reviewed Wallflowers to Third Eye Blind, Soundgarden, Blind Melon and more, there’s no shortage of aging alt-rock acts cashing in on their nostalgia. So, when I heard that Toadies would be playing House of Blues with support from Helmet (along with up-and-comers Ume), it seemed like little more than an opportunity for the bands to exploit their respective brands for a paycheck
Crushingly heavy synths, funky bass lines, impossibly catchy refrains and a Spinal Tap-esque stage show; Justice’s performance had it all. Like many festivalgoers, choosing between Jack White’s dirty, sweaty rock’n’roll and Justice’s visceral electro was not an easy decision. Looking back, I definitely made the right choice.