Is there such an expression as folk music al fresco? There is now.
Tuesday, June 17
Adrienne Foley and Lonesome Eagle live in-studio on Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma. 90.9 FM or www.wdcb.org. 8 PM.
Carolina Chocolate Drops at City Winery, 1200 Randolph St, Chicago. 8 PM. $25 - $32.
Wednesday, June 18.
Trillium at the Park Ridge Public Library, 20 S. Prospect, Park Ridge. 7:15 and 8:15 PM.
Friday, June 20.
Larry O. Dean's "Folk You," with Dann Morr, Adele Nicholas, and Thomas Pace, at the Horseshoe, 4115 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. 8 PM.
Ricky Lee Jones at the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. 8 PM. $45.
Harpeth Rising at Twisted Q Bar B Q, 2053 Ridge Rd, Homewood. 8 PM.
Bruce Foster at Salon Artists' Gallery, 294 Main St, Park Forest. 6 PM.
Dan Weber and Avery Hill perform a house concert at our sorta cousins, Peter and Nancy Clark's house in Oak Park. Email email@example.com for information. 8 PM. $15.
Saturday, June 21.
Downers Grove's Grovefest includes the traditional folk stage in Fishel Park, just south of the Two Way Street venue. Performers will be, in no particular order, Lonesome Eagle, Adrienne Foley (wait, they were on Folk Festival on Tuesday. What a coincidence!), Fox and Crowe, Lee Murdock, Eric Lambert and Friends, and the Plank Road String Band. Music starts at 9 AM, with each act doing a set, then a repeat of everyone. Just like shampoo. Perform. Rest. Repeat.
Andrew Calhoun at Sandwiche Me In, 3037 Clark St, Chicago. 8 PM. What are the odds Casey will stop by? Just sayin'.
Sunday, June 22.
Danny Santos at The Mandolin Cafe in Rosco. I don't have an address, but how big could Rosco be? Follow the sound of great music.
Woodstock Roundup Radio features Amy Dixon-Kolar and Jim Green. 300 N. Front St, Harvard, or 1610 AM, or www.Harvardcommunityradio.com. 5 PM. $5.
Carrie Newcomer at City Winery, 1200 Randolph St, Chicago. 8 PM.
Last, but not least, Tom Kastle at the Lisle Public Library, 777 Front St, Lisle.
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