There was almost not enough room in my book to mark them all down. The post Labor Day rush.
Monday, September 9.
Michael J. Miles presents a program at Old Town School. 6:30 PM: James Taylor and Paul Simon in clawhammer banjo. 8 PM: The Beatles in fingerstyle guitar. 4544 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago.
Tuesday, September 10.
Sarah Eide in an attendable event on Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma. 7 PM in the performance living room, and 8 PM on the air. Contact Lilli to attend the concert, and sit in on part of the radio program. $15 suggested donation to the performer. LKupbeat@aol.com. 90.9 FM, or www.wdcb.org.
Wednesday, September 11.
Thursday, September 12.
Kristin Lems at Mather More than a Cafe, 7134 N. Higgins, Chicago. 6:30 PM.
"Exposure" at Fitzgerald's, with Rich Kreuger, Fauvely, and Dick Taste. 6615 W. Roosevelt Rd, Berwyn. 8 PM.
Jazzman Jeff Justman at the Libertyville Farmers' Market, Cook Park, Libertyville. 9 AM.
Friday, September 13.
Jim Bruno, Mark Soljacich, Brian Sandstrom, and Greta Tristram at Rt. 1 House Concert (I hope they have a big living room). Valeriebirk@gmail.com to rsvp. $20.
Dean Milano at Perry's Pizza, 711 Devon, Park Ridge. 7:30 PM.
Jazzman Jeff Justman at the Mundelein Farmers' Market, 469 N. Seymour, Mundelein. 3 PM.
Acoustic Music Jam in Grayslake. Contact Jeff at email@example.com for details.
Saturday, September 14.
Henhouse Prowlers at the Woodstock Opera House, 121 Van Buren, Woodstock.
Chris Vallillo performs Abraham Lincoln in Song, at DuPage Historical Museum, 102 E. Wesley St, Wheaton.
Val Leventhal and Patrick Reninger at Ethical Humanist Society, 7574 N. Lincoln Ave, Skokie. 8 PM. $8 - $10.
Jazzman Jeff Justman at the Glencoe French Market, 675 Village Ct, Glencoe. 9 AM.
Sunday, September 15.
Phil Ochs Song Night, featuring Greg Greenway, Pat Wictor, Reggie Harris, and Tom Prasada-Rao at the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4545 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. 6 PM. $28.
Lonesome Eagles at Frankfurt Country Market, 2 S. White St, Frankfurt. 10 AM.
That Jazzman Jeff feller at the Skokie Farmers' Market, 5127 Oakton St, Skokie. 9 AM.
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