The Cubs are still playing meaningful games, and our friends are performing meaningful music. What could be better?
Monday, October 16.
I got nuttin'. There's this thing called "books." You could read one, or part of one.
Tuesday, October 17.
Ruth and Max Bloomquist live in-studio on Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma, 90.9 FM, or www.wdcb.org. 8 PM. This is a fundraiser night, so call in, make your pledge, and show the wdcb suits that we support folk music.
Wednesday, October 18.
Rich Krueger and Jame Wasner at Phyliss' Musical Inn, 1800 W. Division St, Chicago. 8 PM.
Mad Bread at the Empirical Brewery Taproom, 1801 W. Foster, Chicago. 7 PM.
Thursday, October 19.
Friday, October 20.
Henhouse Prowlers at City Winery, 1200 W. Randolph, Chicago. 8 PM. $15 - $25.
Joan and Joni at Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss St, Downers Grove. 8:15 PM. $10.
Saturday, October 21.
Open mic at Shir Hadesh, 200 W. Dundee, Wheeling. 7 PM.
Mim Eichmann at Willowbrook High School Craft Fair, 1250 S. Ardmore, Villa Park. 9 AM.
Merv Collins at Katie's Kup, 502 7th St, Rockford. 11:45 AM.
Sunday, October 22.
Joan and Joni perform a house concert in Oak Park. firstname.lastname@example.org for details. 3 PM. $20.
A. J. Croce at Old Town School of Folk Music, 4545 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. 7 PM. $26.
Andrew Calhoun at the Glen Ellyn French Market. 9:30 AM.
Dean Milano at Mac's on Slade, 117 Slade St, Palatine. 2:30 PM.
Cubs are still playing, the Bears are doing something on Sundays, the Blackhawks have started their season, and the Bull are about to start theirs. That, and with music almost every day, should keep you out of trouble for a while. Save some time to share this article on Facebook, OK?
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