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The Week In Chicago Rock

You should've been there.

1. Patti Smith at the Vic on Tuesday night.

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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."

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

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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."

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

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4. Paramore at the Chicago Theatre on Thursday night.

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

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5. Kelly Hogan at the Hideout on Sunday night.

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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.'"

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

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Posted on May 10, 2013


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