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Thursday, 21 October 2010 23:05

Do The Healing Sixes Give Exceptional Performances?

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First of all, TYPING IN ALL CAPS IS CONSIDERED RUDE, RIGHT? So, just who does a band who has their name written in all caps (HEALING SIXES) think they are? Oye vey, perhaps I've been watching too much of Larry David's "Curb Your Enthusiasm Show!"Moving on, the Indianapolis, Indiana boys…
"Before Elvis there was nothing." – John Lennon Over one billion albums sold! No solo artist has ever reached the popularity status of Elvis Presley. The power that was in his voice, the friendliness in his show, and the complete musical package was just a masterful presentation. Many have tried…
Monday, 11 October 2010 20:37

Chris Isaak Rocks The Venue

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The Venue, located in the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Indiana, was rocking over the weekend as Chris Isaak once again graced the Chicagoland area complete with his distinctive falsetto, trademark suits, witty humor and of course the well-oiled machine that is his band. Oh, and did I mention his charisma?…
Tuesday, 05 October 2010 00:10

Stubhy & the Bad Habits

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I'd like to start by stating the fact that sound at Subterranean is not ideal to any band, but the music intrigued me, so I bought an E.P., that was a good sign.  Do you remember any of the following; Lucky Boys Confusion, The Insecurities, The Waiting Game, One Life,…
On September 10th the Riviera Theater was swarmed with Chicago hipsters, preppy wannabees, emo teenagers, intellectuals, and your friendly neighborhood stoners; this might sound like a scene out of a John Hughes film but this was the crowd that gathered to watch Bobby Birdman open for Dom and the headliner…
Wednesday, 29 September 2010 22:27

Thunder and Lightning with a Chance of Suuns

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There are some nights that the weather truly sets the mood. Never was that more true than last Tuesday when I went to experience the minimalistic, avant-garde band Suuns. With thunder streaking through the purple night sky, I entered the fabulous Lincoln Hall, where beer prices leave you with an…
Tuesday, 28 September 2010 17:24

Foals at Lincoln Hall

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They say that pets look like their owners, and maybe fans look like their favorite bands. Based on the audience at Foal’s Lincoln Hall show, the average fan is an identikit of lead singer Yannis Philippakis ; often quite short, overwhelmingly male and wearing a checked shirt. That’s no complaint.…
Sunday, 26 September 2010 22:02

Review of Roger Waters: The Wall Live

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As an ardent, obsessive fan of Pink Floyd, you can imagine how excited I was sitting on my stiff, metal stadium seat, gazing out into the vast space of the United Center arena, where the beginning constructions of a wall stood on either side of the stage, waiting for those…
Hammond, Indiana’s Horseshoe Casino is the place to be to have a good time and see some of the best musical performers. The Venue, an auditorium inside the casino, was the setting for one of the best impersonation acts to come about in a long time. The Prince Experience came…
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