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The Week In Chicago Rock

You should've been there.

1. Patti Smith at the Vic on Tuesday night.


See also: "Sex as sacrament, youth as state of mind, religion as rock 'n' roll - Patti Smith jumped right into that deep, wide river at the outset of her sold-out concert Monday at the Vic Theatre."


2. Bill Callahan at Mojo's in Columbia, Missouri on Tuesday night.


See also: "The beguilingly odd singer-songwriter made a welcome return to Chicago on Monday (May 6), playing at an unusual venue - the Garfield Park Conservatory - in a concert booked by Land and Sea Dept., which featured tap dancer Flat Foot as the opening act."


3. Scott H. Biram at Bloodshot HQ on Wednesday.


4. Paramore at the Chicago Theatre on Thursday night.


See also: "[Hayley Williams] was also a joy to watch; whether headbanging or working the stage, she's exceedingly charming."


5. Kelly Hogan at the Hideout on Sunday night.


See also: "It was another outstanding performance by Hogan, featuring most of the songs on her 2012 album I Like to Keep Myself in Pain as well as 'No, Bobby Don't' and the Magnetic Fields' 'Papa Was a Rodeo.'"


6. Zoe Keating at the Old Town School on Sunday night.


Comments welcome.


Posted on May 10, 2013

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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