30th Apr2012

The Trans-Siberian Orchestra Rocks The Venue

  The Venue on Sunday hosted The Trans-Siberian Orchestra for a story about Ludwig Von Beethoven’s last night.  The story that is brought about in the show,...

27th Apr2012
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Interview with Comedian Ralphie May from Last Comic Standing

Interviewed by Kevin Pollack   Q: How did you get into comedy? Ralphie: I was just a big fan of it when I was a kid, and...

27th Apr2012

I Know A Place We Can Go: The Cribs, Live at Schubas, with The Hounds Below

  Yesterday turned out to be a marathon.  It started waking up late for a beverage meeting for the place I work in Logan Square, so I...

25th Apr2012

Elgin Symphony Orchestra Recreates the Magical Music of Disney

  It was a night at the symphony yet again, but this time to see Magical Music of Disney. We I first got there, there were a...

25th Apr2012

American English Rocks Viper Alley

  Friday the 13th was a lucky, not unlucky night at Viper Alley, where American English brought the fans all the way through Beatles music history.  Playing...

25th Apr2012

Interview with Ted Nugent

Interviewed by Kevin Pollack    Q:  Why did you decide to tour with Styx and REO Speedwagon? Nugent: It’s what I do every summer, and to perform...

23rd Apr2012
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Interview with Rob Evan (singer from Trans-Siberian Orchestra)

Interviewed by Kevin Pollack    Q: How did you first get involved with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra? Evan: I was brought to TSO founder Paul O’Neill’s attention in...

19th Apr2012

Interview with Jon Anderson from Yes

Interviewed by Kevin Pollack    Q: How did you get into music? Did you come from a musical family? Anderson: Well, my brother and myself used to...

17th Apr2012

Pure Prairie League at SPACE in Evanston

  Pure Prairie League may not have all the members they used to have, but they more than filled the hall with good country rock Thursday night...

17th Apr2012

Kick the Cat Live at Fitzgeralds

  A laid back crowd in a mellowish atmosphere, the band opened with a couple of minutes of chaotic free jazz, which was the beginning of Breakfast...