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Andrew Calhoun will be live in-studio on pledge night at Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma.
Andrew Calhoun will be live in-studio on pledge night at Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma. web site

Go out and have a libation and enjoy some live music. Or enjoy some live music with an iced tea. Both work.

Monday, March 17.

Trillium appears at Claddagh Irish Pub, 1702 Commons Dr, Geneva. 3 - 7 PM.

Whitey O'Day puts of an all-day Whitey-athon. First at Hackney's on Lake Street in Glenview, at noon for lunch. Then to the Village Pub in Buffalo Grove at 5 PM for dinner. Lastly to the Irish Mill, 26592 Route 83, Mundelein, at 10 PM for an apertif. Then Whitey goes home and collapses.

Tuesday, March 18.

Don't forget to vote in the Illinois primary.

Folk Legends and pledge drive, with Andrew Calhoun live in-studio, on Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma. Drawings and prizes, even. Call in to pledge your kids' inheritances at 630-942-4200. 90.9FM or www.wdcb.org. 8 - 11 PM.

Thursday, March 20.

Natalie Gilman at Windy City House Concerts, in Chicago (well, duh). (773) 334-5776, or windycityhouseconcerts@gmail.com. 7:30 PM. $15

The Alpaca Lips at Cab's Bar and Bistro, 430 N. Main St, Glen Ellyn. 7 PM.

Friday, March 21.

Amy Dixon-Kolar at Just Goods, 201 7th St, Rockford. 7 PM.

Natalie Gelman at Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss St, Downers Grove. 8:15 PM. $7.

Saturday, March 22.

Jan Krist and Jim Bizer, plus In Tents, at Stained Glass Coffee House, 225 Wilmot Rd, Deerfield. 7 PM. $15.

Peggy Seeger at Old Town School of Folk Music, 4545 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. 8 PM. $22.

Art Garfunkel at Park West, 322 W. Armitage, Chicago. 8 PM.

The Dooley Brothers at Twisted Q Bar B Q, 2053 Ridge Rd, Homewood. 8 PM.

Amy Dixon-Kolar, Robinlee Garber, and Comfort Food perform a fundraiser for Family Shleter Services at Caribou Coffee, 5100 Main St, Downers Grove. 7 PM.

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