This is your guide to catching the best live music in Chicago this week both in the city and throughout the suburbs. This week, The Who arrives for two Quadrophenia performances in Rosemont. Plus, area appearances by Rachael Yamagata, John Medeski, Cory Chisel & The Wandering Sons and Mike Cooley of the Drive-By Truckers. All of this plus much more...
In The City...
Robbie Fulks (7PM Monday at the Hideout. $10, 21+) - The Hoyle Brothers also perform.
Rachael Yamagata (8PM Tuesday at City Winery. All Ages, SOLD OUT) - Ed Romanoff opens.
Simon Townshend (7:30PM Wednesday at Martyrs'. $15, 21+) - Dag Juhlin opens.
The Sights (8:30PM Wednesday at Beat Kitchen. $8, 21+) - The Ivorys, Canoe Canoe and Warm Ones open.
Richard Lewis (Two shows at 8:30PM Wednesday and Thursday at Zanies. Each show is 21+, $30 plus a two item food/beverage minimum)
Cory Chisel & The Wandering Sons (8PM Thursday at Bottom Lounge. $12, 17+) - Trapper Schoepp & The Shades open.
Mike Cooley (Two shows at 9PM Thursday and Friday at the Hideout. 21+, SOLD OUT)
In The Suburbs...
Billy Martin and Will Blades Duo (8PM Tuesday at SPACE in Evanston. $15-25, All Ages)
Dan Bern and Robbie Fulks (7:30PM Wednesday at SPACE in Evanston. $20-32, All Ages) - Jenny Scheinman opens.
John Medeski (solo piano) (7:30PM Thursday at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall at Northwestern University in Evanston. $10-18, All Ages)
The Who (Quadrophenia and more) (Two shows at 7:30PM Thursday and Friday at Allstate Arena in Rosemont. Each show is $51-144, All Ages) - Vintage Trouble opens.
Filed under: Midweek Music Spotlight