Mar 9th, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
The group’s leader, Kevin Barnes, might be called twee, pretentious or emo, but Of Montreal can no longer be dismissed as minor.
Mar 2nd, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
Midge Ure comes to town, with a long, impressive history behind him as musician and songwriter.
Feb 23rd, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
Three decades on, English rocker Robyn Hitchcock is still a unique charmer. He plays Tuesday at Shank Hall.
Feb 16th, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
Grammy-winner at Pabst Saturday; or there’s bluesy Hozier at the Riverside.
Feb 9th, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
Reunited band comes to town, as does Fleetwood Mac and B-52s.
Feb 2nd, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
After years of making controversy, the man and the group have settled into making music.
Jan 27th, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
The ever-productive Jon Mueller and his Death Blues ensemble celebrates life -- anywhere -- with a vengeance.
Jan 19th, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
That’s the sound of The Soil & The Sun, known for “Are You” and coming to Turner Hall.
Jan 12th, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
Chicago’s Sons of the Silent Age headline a rocking benefit that features four bands and great guests
Rock RoundupsJan 5th, 2015 by Jon Gilbertson
Marshall Crenshaw and the Bottle Rockets come to town, with decades of good music to draw on.
Dec 29th, 2014 by Jon Gilbertson
Zappa Fest celebrates his music. And Trampled by Turtles plays Riverside on New Year’s Eve.
Dec 22nd, 2014 by Jon Gilbertson
He’s quit the BoDeans, his music has gotten darker and he's ready to rock at Shank Hall.