That's kinda everybody, isn't it?
Tuesday, February 12.
Amelia Sweet Bluebird Stamsta live in an attendable event on Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma. Contact Lilli to attend the PM live concert before the on-air show, at LKupbeat@aol.com. $15 donation to the performer. On the air at 8 PM at 90.9 FM, or www.wdcb.org.
Thursday, February 14.
Friday, February 15.
Judy Collins is at the Old Town School of Folk Music, but it's sold out, so here are some great alternatives for you:
Dennis Warner at Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss St, Downers Grove. 8:15 PM. $10.
Amy Beth and Friends features Tricia Alexander. 303 Hoy Ave, Woodstock. 7:30 PM.
This is the first day of the University of Chicago Folk Festival. In Mandel Hall, 1131 E. 57th St, Chicago. 8 PM. $25 for today .ticketsweb.uchicago.edu or 773-702-arts (2787).
Saturday, February 16.
The second day of the University of Chicago Folk Festival at Mandell Hall. 7:30 PM. $30.
Anne Hills, fresh off her triumph at Wishbone North, at Maple Street Concerts, 221 Main St, Lombard. 7:30 PM. $15.
John McCutcheon at Old Town School, 4545 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago (the new building across the street). 5 PM. $28.
Dan Zahn at the Woodstock Farmers' market in the fairgrounds, 12015 Country Club Rd, Woodstock. 9 AM.
Sunday, February 17.
The Teflons and Sunnyside Up at Fitzgerald's, 6615 W. Roosevelt Rd, Berwyn. 1 PM.
Donna Herula and Tony Nardiello at the Warrenville Public Library. I assume, somewhere in Warrneville. 2 PM.
Then Donna and Tony jump in the bluesmobile and head to the Lake County Folk Club, in the Grayslake Heritage Center, 164 Hawley St, Grayslake. 7 PM. $18.
It's a little cold out, so wear a scarf, and go out and enjoy some music.
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