Holy Kapos, the schedule is heating up

Something almost every night this week. The demise of the Bears' playoff season has freed us up for other things.

Monday, January 14.

Steve Earl and Waylon Payne at City Winery, 1200 W. Randolph St, Chicago. 8 PM.

The Last Word Quintet at Martyrs', 3855 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. 8:30 PM, $7.

Tuesday, January 15.

Steve Earl and Waylon Payne continue at City Winery.

Segment on Martin Luther King on Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma,, 90.9 FM, or www.wdcb.org. 8 PM.

Wednesday, January 16.

Eric Noden at Lagunitas Tap Room, 2607 W. 14th St, St. Charles. 5:30 PM.

Friday, January 18.

Larry O. Dean's Folk You at Silvie's Lounge, 1902 W. Irving Park Rd, Chicago. 7 PM.

Karen Barr at Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss St, Downers Grove. 8:15 PM. $10.

Eric Noden at Buddy Guy's Legends, 700 S. Wabash Ave, Chicago. 5:30 PM.

Howard Levy at The Green Mill, 4802 N. Broadway, Chicago. 9 PM.

Saturday, January 19.

Howard Levy continues at The Green Mill. 8 PM.

Donna Adler   Donna Adler, Rick Vines, and Monte Pride at Wishbone North, 3300 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. 7 PM.

dean-milano-2  Dean Milano and John Benischek at Eastgate Cafe, 102 Harrison, Oak Park. 7 PM. (we couldn't go a week without Dean's picture, could we?)

Sunday, January 20.

bryan-bowers Bryan Bowers and Jack Kennedy at Lake County Folk Club, in the Grayslake Heritage Center, 164 Hawley, Grayslake. 7 PM. $18.

Filisko Noden   Filisko and Noden, plus Kenny Smith at River Roast, 315 N. LaSalle St, Chicago. Noon.

Go out and enjoy some live music, as pitchers and catchers will report before you know it. Be sure to click on "subscribe" if you are not already a subscriber, and "share" on Facebook. It's your civic duty.

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