The Spring Music Explosion Starts - and a Holiday or Two

No, St. Patrick's Day does not start the beer-drinking season. That never ended.

Monday, March 18.

Everything is closed in honor of Benito Juarez's birthday.

Tuesday, March 19.

Pledge drive on Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma. Studio guest TBD at the time we go to e-press. Call in to 630-942-4300 to make your pledge. 90.9 FM, or 8 PM.

Wednesday, March 20.

Spring starts today, so expect snow.

Purim starts at sundown, so nosh some Hamantaschen.

jennie-bienemann  Jennie and Robin Bienemann, plus Jordi Baizan at Uncommon Ground, 3301 N. Clark St, Chicago. 7 PM. $10.

Friday, March 22.

Two Way's 45th anniversary 014  Eric Lambert, seen here at left with Chris Walz, at Two Way Street Coffee House, 1045 Curtiss St, Downers Grover. 8:15 PM. $10.

Bill Complin Band at Stage Left, 125 Van Buren, Woodstock. 7:30 PM. $15.

Patotto at Fitzgerald's, 6615 W. Roosevelt Rd, Berwyn. 9 PM.

Strum Brothers at Bleuroot, 98 W. Main St, West Duyndee. 7 PM.

Lonesome Eagle at Arts in Bartlett, 215 S. Main St, Bartlett. 7 PM. $15.

Saturday, March 23.

  Andrew and Casey Calhoun perform a house concert at Haef-Way House in McHenry. 7 PM.

laura-joy-2Laura Joy and Al Rose at Fuller's Pub, 3203 W. Irving Park Rd, Chicago. 9 PM.

dean-milano-2   Dean Milano at Mack's Golden Pheasant, 668 W. North Ave, Elmhurst. 8 PM.

Sunday, March 24.

Rachell Drew and the Bitter Roots at Montrose Saloon, 2933 W. Montrose, Chicago. 7:30 PM.

Jenie Thai at Windy City House concerts on Chicago's north side. 3 PM. for details.

Garnett Rogers and Crys Matthew at the Woodstock Opera House, on the Square in Woodstock. 2 PM $25.

Garnett and Crys at Stage Left, 125 Van Buiren, Woodstock, 7 PM, according to a Facebook posting.

Just because it is getting a little warmer, don't think you can go to an evening concert without a coat or jacket. This is your mother talking. Oh, and share this article.

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