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IE Rewind: Prognosis at Martyrs’

IE Rewind: Prognosis at Martyrs’

| March 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

  Almost a year in the making, Deacon Productions founder Steve Kikoen has branched out from his musical tributes to ‘70s/‘80s stalwarts Steely Dan (and Santana) to even deeper AOR territory: Prog Rock. Kikoen’s newest project – Prognosis – is dedicated to progressive rock – which arguably exploded as a “genre” in 1968, powered by […]

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Live Review and Gallery: U2 at Soldier Field

Live Review and Gallery: U2 at Soldier Field

| June 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 Soldier Field, Chicago, IL Saturday, June 3, 2017 Reviewed by Jeff Elbel Veteran Irish rockers U2 took a detour from the road to their upcoming Songs of Experience project in order to revisit the “desert songs” that put them firmly on the map. The band’s first night at Soldier Field […]

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Live Review & Gallery – Sting and Peter Gabriel @ The United Center

Live Review & Gallery – Sting and Peter Gabriel @ The United Center

| July 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

Co-founders of The Police and Genesis team up for uber tour…

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Q&A – Hello, My Name Is: Daniel Lanois

Q&A – Hello, My Name Is: Daniel Lanois

| May 6, 2015 | 2 Comments

Uber producer and a musician’s musician comes to the Empty Bottle…

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Digital Divide: September 2012

Digital Divide: September 2012

| August 31, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Hunger Games Lionsgate Full disclosure: The latest and hottest young adult works of fiction have never quite been able to make an appearance on my reading list. Not because I’m a literary snob mind you (O.K., I’m a bit of a snob, sue me), but I stopped being the target audience more years ago […]

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Peter Gabriel at United Center!

Peter Gabriel at United Center!

| June 21, 2011 | 1 Comment

There’s never been a way to predict Peter Gabriel’s career and, at 61-years-old, chances are most wouldn’t have bet on a release covering everyone from Arcade Fire, Radiohead, Bon Iver, and Elbow to David Bowie, Paul Simon, Randy Newman, and Lou Reed. Not only is the track listing from last year’s Scratch My Back (Real […]

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