Brandi Carlile. Huntington Bank Pavilion Chicago. Photo by Shannon Guest.
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Photos: Brandi Carlile at Huntington Bank Pavilion Chicago

Brandi Carlile made here way to Chicago on her By the way I forgive you Tour. The concert took place at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island. Relive the moments through our lens. Photos by Shannon Guest Setlist Hold Out Your HandPlay Video Wherever Is Your HeartPlay Video Hard Way HomePlay Video The StoryPlay Video The EyePlay Video Raise HellPlay Video My Song / Streets Have No Name(U2 cover)Play Video A Case of You(Joni Mitchell cover)Play Video Dusty Trails(Lucius cover) (with Lucius)Play Video Madman Across the Water(Elton John cover)Play Video The MotherPlay Video The JokePlay…

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Anderson .Paak. Hunting Bank Pavilion. Photo by- Kevin Baker @ImKevinBaker. Chicago, Il. ChicagoMusic.com
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Anderson .Paak, Noname and Thundercat takes over Huntington Bank Pavilion

Anderson .Paak and the Free Nationals embarked on the Best Teef in the Game Tour. This musical journey enlists supporting acts Noname and Thundercat for the Chicago show. Despite thunderstorms in the forecast concert goers showed up in droves to witness greatness. Chicago’s skyline offered the perfect backdrop to take in amazing music from these artists. Anderson .Paak and the Free Nationals had the beach front venue full of rhythm and soul. As Anderson .Paak made his way to stage fans were greeted by a Maurice Brown solo on trumpet.…

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Juice WRLD. Aragon Ballroom Chicago, IL. Photo: Ted Vernon. ChicagoMusic.com
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Juice WRLD “Death Race For Love” takes over the Aragon Ballroom

The rapper, singer and songwriter Juice WRLD is a force to be reckoned with. After exploding on the music scene with two massive singles All Girls Are The Same and Lucid Dreams. A full house of fans from all ages and background packed the Aragon Ballroom Chicago for “Death Race For Love” tour. Juice WRLD took the stage performing one of latest songs Armed and Dangerous. His fans went crazy as his voice filled the venue. This seemed to set the night with him performing Fast, Feeling and Empty to…

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Vince Staples. House of Vans 2019. Photo by- Kevin Baker @ImKevinBaker. Chicago, Il. ChicagoMusic.com
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Vince Staples Brings the Heat to the House of Vans

House of Vans Chicago has officially launched their summer concerts House Parties. This series of concerts feature artists, bands and musicians from across the world. Vince Staples kicked off the first show with an energy filled set at this one of a kind venue. Vince has come to Chicago previously, but this show was different. The House of Vans is unique experience because it takes place inside of an indoor skate park and everything is FREE! Fans and VIPs were able to see their Vince perform live in an intimate…

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Jorja Smith and Kali Uchis. Aragon Ballroom 2019. Photo by- Kevin Baker @ImKevinBaker. Chicago, Il. ChicagoMusic.com
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Kali Uchis and Jorja Smith brought sultry and soulful music to the Aragon Ballroom

Kali Uchis and Jorja Smith on their co-headlining tour made its way to Chicago. The Aragon Ballroom played host to the sold out show. Walking into the venue you could feel the intensity to witness both of these artists take stage. Jorja Smith with a full band to accompany her soulful voice started with Teenage Fantasy. She moved across the stage with grace making eye contact with her fans as they sang along. Jorja also performed songs such as Where Did I Go, On Your Own, Blue Lights and ended…

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The Hives
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The Hives, Refused, and Bleached brought the house down at The Vic

The Vic was treated to one hell of a sold out show with 3 amazing bands giving it there all. The Hives, Refused, and Bleached had the crowd going crazy all evening and for good reason. It was a night filled with hard hitting punk music that gave fans a chance to channel their angst and frustration from today’s social climate. This was the first time that Refused and The Hives had played together since 1998. Both bands played their hearts out and were very vocal with the crowd all…

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Imogen Heap
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Imogen Heap returns to Chicago to perform a breathtaking sold out show

Some artists are extremely influential and many may not even know. Imogen Heap is one of those artists. With a background of being classically trained in multiple instruments, her creativity has been vast in the music that she has created over the years. Focusing on a more electronic sound with a pop feel, Imogen Heap has created some memorable tracks that have been featured in TV and film. She also became a popular collaborator with some of the biggest artists today due to her creativity and use of technology in…

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Morgan Gold. Photo by- Kevin Baker @ImKevinBaker. Chicago, Il. ChicagoMusic.com
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Morgan Gold releases “I’ve Seen Enough, I Know What It Does”

Morgan Gold is a singer, songwriter, musician and pop artist from Chicago, Illinois. Only pursuing music full time for the last year her sights are high. Morgan Gold just released her 3rd EP I’ve Seen Enough, I know What It Does. Writing songs since she was 10 years old, inspiration comes from many different genres of music. Listening to artists from The Weeknd to The Beatles is when Morgan developed her love for music. We sat down with Morgan Gold to discuss humble beginnings, music and what is coming next. Tune…

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