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Evanston-based Andrew Calhoun has carved out a firm national reputation as a first-rate singer-songwriter in the tradition of three other exceptional local artists -- John Prine, Michael Smith and the late Steve Goodman. Although "Where Blue Meets Blue"...
Tags: Folk (genre), MP3s, Music Industry
Special to the TribuneWhen she performed along with her husband, Michael Penn, at Park West in March, Aimee Mann was literally shying from the spotlight as she delivered too-understated acoustic renditions of her songs. Mann had center stage to herself when she returned to...
Tags: Aimee Mann, Academy Awards, Entertainment, Movies
Special to the TribuneAs the bassist and singer in X, John Doe was the poet of the small world of early '80s Los Angeles punk. Along with singer Exene Cervenka, his wife at the time, Doe painted vivid musical pictures of sex and decadence. Now Doe lives amid the Tehachapi...
Special to the TribuneWhen the soundtrack to the movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" won the Country Music Association's awards for best album and single ("I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow") Wednesday, it was a victory for bluegrass stars Alison Krauss and Union Station in more...
Tags: Bluegrass (genre), Alison Krauss
Special to the TribuneAlmost 25 years have passed since David Bowie crooned the words "Don't you wonder sometimes, 'bout sound and vision?" on the album "Low," a record on which he flirted with electronic experimentation. Bowie's days on the cutting edge are long gone, but the...
Tags: David Bowie, Science and Technology, Gaming, Electronics, Dance
City Link Staff WriterYarko Antonevych Members: Yarko Antonevych (bandura). Comments: Antonevych, who lives in Miami Beach, grew up in Canada and is of Ukrainian ancestry. His instrument, the bandura, is quite unorthodox in the United States, even though its the most...
Lee's Unleaded Blues "It's a very tight squeeze, but the atmosphere more than makes up for the lack of room. Service is great despite the cramped quarters. Music volume is surprisingly good, allowing conversations with the person sitting next to you." --...
Special CorrespondentEven during the warm summer hours people congregate outside Bull Bar, occupying patio furniture available for such activity. Guests do not convene there because this is where smoking is allowed, which is the norm for nearby sites, for the Bull is a...
By Joan Brazer Durante Staff Writer Special CorrespondentPanama Hattie's passes the time test. For several years, the indoor/outdoor establishment continued attracting crowds. Some customers were lured by the waterway setting, others persuaded by a menu specializing in seafood, and some visitors simply came...
Dressed in jeans and a Harley T-shirt, Kristie Jones grabs the mike at the Tequila Roadhouse in Old Town and belts out Trisha Yearwood's "That's What I Like About You." Jones' voice sounds like a sweet sonic diamond, but where's the music coming from?...
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