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Review/Gallery: Let’s hope the audience understood the assignment and are hitting the Kimbrough and Burnside catalog.
Concert Review/Gallery: At Wrigley Field, The Lumineers were not going gently into that good Chicago night, with a fire and intensity going far beyond the album versions. CAAMP proved that the hype is real. And James Bay’s performance showcased a personable, engaging and passionate artist.
The Revivalists’ live show is a must-see, always a party befitting their New Orleans roots. And with her Flying V guitar, Grace Potter can seemingly do it all, crossing genres and styles without ever appearing out of her element.
Neilson’s appearance on the eleventh day of the 12-day festival coincided nicely with the release of ‘Kingmaker,’ which dropped the day before her show.
This 17-song, 90-minute set packed in a lot including the majority of the new material from ‘Juke Joint Gems’
The bottom line: go see The Eric Gales Band. You will walk away impressed and inspired.
It’s as if their voices are two tendrils of smoke that softly weave around each other before harmoniously blending at the emotional apex of the song.
ABS caught The James Hunter Six, a charismatic re-introduction to the past similar to what The Stray Cats did for rockabilly revival.
LaMontagne’s ability to place his audience within the emotion of his songs was recently on full display before an enthusiastic crowd at the esteemed Chicago Theatre.