Music for the Latter part of Mid May

Or is it the beginning of the final weeks of May? Anyway, lots of good stuff this week.

Monday, May 21.

I got nuttin'. I guess everyone is celebrating Canadian Victoria Day.

Tuesday, May 22.

Trillium10-18 Trillium live in-studio in an attendable event on Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma. Live performance in the "living room" at 7 PM, on-the-air at 8 PM. $15 suggested donation. Contact Lilli at 90.9 FM, or

The Woodstock Farmers' Market, on the square in Woodstock, presents Judson and Judy Brown at 9 AM, and Cheryl and the Down Home Boys at 11 AM.

Wednesday, May 23.

dean-milano-2  Deaan Milano presents his book, The Chicago Music Scene of the '60's and '70's at the Naperville Library, 3015 Cedar Glade Dr, Naperville. 7 PM.

Stage Leftovers at Stage Left, 125 Van Buren, Woodstock. 7:30 PM.

Wednesday, May 24.

Andrew_Calhoun   Andrew Calhoun and Danny Schmidt at Maple Street Concerts, 220 Main St, Lombard. 7:30 PM. $15 - $20.

Michael J. Miles and Steve Dawson in a Dylan birthday concert at The Hideout, 1354 W. Wabansia, Chicago. 9 PM. $10.

Friday, May 25.

Leo Kottke at Evanston SPACE, 1245 Chicago Ave, Evanston. 8 PM. $30 - $65. Also Saturday.

Dean Milano and Joghn Benischek at Eastgate Cafe, 102 Harrison St, Oak Park. 7 PM.

12 Robinlee alone  Robinlee Garber,  Sue Fink Sue Fink,  Patty Stevenson, and Craig Siemsen at Wishbone North, 3300 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. 7 PM.

Mare Wakefield and Nomad at Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss St, Downers Grove. 8:15 PM. $10.

Saturday, May 26.

Leo Kottke (see Friday).

Merv Collins   Merv Collins at the Schaumburg Prairie Arts Festival, on the grounds at 101 Schaumburg Ct, Merv is on at 1:30 PM.

Grope (that's a noun, not a verb) at Danny's Pub and Grill, 1550 Rt 59, Naperville. 8 PM.

Rachel Drew and the Bitter Roots at Fitzgerald's, 6615 W. Roosevelt Rd, Berwyn. 8 PM. $10.

The Woodstock Farmers' Market presents Kishwaukee Ramblers at 9 AM, and Cheryl and the Down Home Boys at 11 AM, on the square, Woodstock.

We would like to thank Norm Siegel for his information about the events in Woodstock.

Ok, you have music for every taste and price range. See you in an audience somewhere.

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