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Bloodshot Briefing

By Matt Harness

We're such huge fans of Bloodshot Records here at Beachwood Media that we consider them something like a house label. And this being the 15th year of their existence, we've decided to make them something of a beat here on the Music page and follow their movements as best we can with our limited resources. In fact, we're going to attempt to bring you a weekly Bloodshot Briefing - from tour diaries to new releases to Bloodshot artists (and in some cases, Bloodshot alum) in the news. Whatever we can muster. Feel free to contribute your own comments, sightings, YouTube videos or tales of drunken Bloodshot sex and raised-fist Bloodshot politics. You can do so here.

We'll get started this week with some Bloodshot dates here in Chicago and a sampling of what you can expect to see and hear. In the coming weeks, we'll build out our Bloodshot Briefing, hopefully with your input.

Bloodshot In Chicago

Artist: Alejandro Escovedo
Date: Wednesday, April 8
Venue: Schubas

Date: Thursday, April 9
Venue: Old Town School of Music

What It Will Look Like:


Artist: Justin Townes Earle
Date: Friday, April 17
Venue: Double Door
What It Will Look Like:


Artist: Wayne Hancock
Date: Wednesday, April 22
Venue: Martyr's
What It Will Look Like:


Artist: Neko Case
Date: Friday, April 24
Venue: Chicago Theater
What It Will Look Like:


Send your Bloodshot news and comments to Matt Harness.


Posted on April 7, 2009

MUSIC - Pandemophenia.
TV - NBC's Bicentennial Special.
POLITICS - Defund Private Schools.
SPORTS - Beachwood Sports Radio & A Blackhawks Proposal.

BOOKS - The Slave Who Escaped George And Martha Washington.


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