The Music Institute of Chicago hosts a day of musical events on Friday, June 21, at Nichols Concert Hall in Evanston as part of Make Music Chicago 2013.
Hailed as a "Voice of the New Jazz Culture", jazz vocalist Janet Planet has shared the stage with legends such as George Benson, Ellis Marsalis, John Harmon, and Marian McPartland.
Margaret Martin, organist at the Village Presbyterian Church in Northbrook, IL, and Christopher Martin, principal trumpet with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, will play works by J.S., Bach, James B
Singer/songwriter/guitarist extraordinaire Mike Flynn has earned a reputation as one of the most energetic and proficient band leaders to have come out of Chicago.
The Handsome Devilz love The Smiths. They love Morrissey. They love to show it, and you would love to see it. Listen to them performing your favorite songs, no 80's spandex required.
The UnGnomes can be described as teen angst punk-rock with a flair for skillfull guitar.
After a year-long run with the House of Blues downtown, the ProJam is moving to the suburbs!
Robble! Robble! Rock band in Hamburglar costumes.
Art McJagger of The Rolling Clones may not look like Mick Jagger (who would want to?), but the band has the moves, sound and stage performance that offer the real deal.
Starting this month 27 Live in downtown Evanston hosts Blues Thursdays.
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