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MUSIC FALL CALENDAR
2001-09-26

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9.26 Where it's @ compiled by Gregg Shapiro

* new shows this week // # queer artists performing

*@ Abbey Pub - 773/478-4408: El Vez 9.28 / The Proclaimers 10.5 / Dave Edmunds, Jon Langford, others 10.6 / Josh Joplin 10.10 / Beulah 10.11 / Plastics Hi-Fi 10.12 / Mr. Blotto 10.13 / Tannahill Weavers 10.17 / Anna Fermin's Trigger Gospel 10.20 / ...and you will know us by the trail of dead 10.26 / Waco Brothers and Trailer Bride 11.9 / Robbie Fulks 11.10 / Fred Holstein and Ed Holstein 11.17 / Neko Case and Her Boyfriends 11.21

@ Allstate Arena - 312/559-1212 ( TM ) : Stone Temple Pilots and others 10.12 / Jane's Addiction and Stereo MCs 10.21 / Aerosmith 10.23

*@ Aragon - 312/559-1212 ( TM ) : The Black Crowes and Beachwood Sparks 10.5 / Snoop Dogg and others 10.20 / Ani DiFranco and Bitch & Animal 10.21 / Disturbed, Drowning Pool, Adema and others 10.31 / Oysterhead 11.2

@ Arie Crown - 312/791-6000: Alicia Keys and Maxwell 9.28 & 29 / Tori Amos and Rufus Wainwright 10.23

*@ Beat Kitchen - 773/281-4444: Waco Brothers 10.13

#@ Berlin - 773/348-4975: Scarlet Life 10.6

@ Beverly Art Center - 773/445-3838: Chicago Youth Concert Orchestra 12.1

@ Borders Lakeview - 773/935-3909: Ely Guerra 9.29

@ Borders State Street - 312/606-0750: Rip Tung Cack 9.26 / Miguel Poveda 9.27 / Golec uOrkiestra 9.28

@ Centre East - 847/673-6300: Chicago Jazz Ensemble 11.2, 2.23, 4.27

*@ Chicago Cultural Center - 312/744-6630: Miguel Poveda 9.26 / Black Umfolosi 9.27 ( early ) / Miguel Poveda ( late ) 9.27 / Moonshine Willy 9.28 / Phavah 10.2 / Chicago Chamber Orchestra 10.7 / Matt Darriau Paradox Trio 10.7 / Maggi Brown 10.9 / Tribus Futuras 10.12 / Tanya Reed and the Jazz Continuum 10.16 / DanceAfrica 10.19 / Zach Brock 10.23 / Ranarim 10.24 / Chicago Asian Jazz Festival 10.25 / Kirsty MacColl Tribute by The Hoot Night All Stars 10.26 / Anne Harris 11.2 / Eric Hochberg Trio 11.6 / Birol Topaloglu Laz Ensemble 11.8 / Las Guitarras de Espana 11.9 / Deanna Witkowski Trio 11.13 / Butterfly Child 11.16 / Suzanne Petri 11.20 / Spies Who Surf 11.23 / Instant Composers Pool Orchestra 11.26 / Dee Alexander 11.27 / Triakel 11.28 / Slowjane 11.30 / Chicago Youth Concert Orchestra 12.12

*#@ Chicago Theater - 312/559-1212 ( TM ) : Martin Lawrence 10.27 & 28 / Margaret Cho 11.9

@ Civic Opera House - 312/559-1212 ( TM ) : Bjork and Matms 10.14

#@ Coffee & Tea Exchange Edgewater - 773/907-3500: Grinder - Dave Awl and Russel Brown O'Brien 9.27

@ The Copa - 312/642-3449: various DJs spinning ( Wednesday through Saturday )

#@ Davenport's - 773/278-1830: Dan Stetzel ( Mondays ) / Daryl Nitz ( Fridays @ 10:30 ) / 3 Girls 3 ( Sundays @ 8 ) / Robert Whorton 9.26 / Sarah Motes 9.27 / Lucia Spina 9.28 ( early ) / Alexandra Billings 9.29 / Lee Lessack 10.24 - 28

*@ Double Door - 773/489-3160: Monster Trux 9.27 / Graham Parker 10.5 / The Webb Brothers and Butterfly Child 10.6 / New Deal 10.11 / Box-O-Car 10.13 / Eagle Eye Cherry and Leona Naess 10.20 / Ivy and David Mead 10.25 / Melissa Ferrick 10.26 / Local H ( as the Sex Pistols ) , Marvel Kind ( as Billy Idol ) , Monster Trux ( as Twisted Sister ) , Hustler ( as the Stooges ) and others 10.27 / Michelle Branch and Jude 10.30 / Gram Parsons Tribute w/Danny Black, Jay Bennett, Butterfly Child and others 11.3 / Ocean Colour Scene 12.5

#@ Empty Bottle - 773/276-3600: Quasi, Shannon Wright and others 9.26 / Firewater 9.28 / World Music Festival 2001 w/Barrio Chino and Ely Guerra 9.29 / 90 Day Men 10.4 / Rocket From The Crypt 10.5 / The Blacks 10.11 / Thalia Zedek and Bardo Pond 10.13 / Seconds 10.18 / Zen Guerilla and Cash Audio 10.20 / Man...Or Astro-Man? 10.25

@ Fermilab - 630/840-2787: Suzanne Vega and Robert Hillman 10.20 / Trio Voronzeh 11.10 / Solas 3.3 / Doc Watson 5.11

#@ Fireside Bowl - 773/486-2700: The Butchies 10.6

@ FitzGerald's - 708/788-6670: Rosie Flores 9.27 / Robbie Fulks 9.28 / Richard Buckner 10.11 / NRBQ 10.13 / Anders Osborne 10.20 / Funkadesi 10.26 / Los Straitjackets 10.27

@ Fourth Presbyterian Church - 312/787-2729 x600: Elisa Billey, soprano 10.5 / Douglas Schneider, organ 11.12 / Natalie and Stephanie Mann, sopranos and James Wells, piano 10.19 / Trevor Stephenson, harpsichord 10.26

*@ The Gateway Bar - 773/262-5767: Kimberly Gordon ( Wednesdays ) / Temple Schultz ( Thursdays ) / Upbeat Trio 9.28 / Andy Meacham Quartet featuring Layni Katz 9.28 / Mike Finnerty & The Heat Merchants 10.5 / Vincent, Allen, Howell 10.6 / Gloria Shannon Blues Band 10.12 / Rob Roy & The Bitters 10.13 / Equinox 5 10.19 / Taku Akiyama Quartet 10.26 / Shaken & Stirred w/Suzzane Knuti 10.27

#@ Gentry on Halsted - 773/348-1053 ( call for times ) : Open mike w/Dan Stetzel ( Tuesdays, late ) / Honey West and guests ( Sundays, early ) / Alexandra Billings w/Bill Underwood ( Sundays, late ) / Jeff Roscoe ( Mondays, early ) / Nan Mason w/Bill Underwood ( Mondays, late ) / Jen Porter ( Tuesdays, early ) / Justin Hayford ( Wednesdays, early ) / Alex Tims ( Wednesdays, late ) / The Weird Sisters 9.27 ( early )

#@ Gentry of Chicago ( State St. ) - 312/836-0933 ( call for times ) : Open Mic w/Beckie Menzie ( Sundays )

@ Getz Theater/Columbia College - 312/431-1330: Ernan Lopez-Nussa 9.26 / Kimotion ( featuring Gary Sinise ) 10.3 & 4

#@ Green Mill - 773/878-5552: Patricia Barber Trio ( Mondays ) / The Four Charms ( Tuesdays ) / Kurt Elling Quartet ( Wednesdays ) / Lonnie Plaxico 9.28 & 29

*@ Hard Rock Cafe - 312/943-2252: Joan Baby 10.6

@ The Hemmens: 847/931-5900: Rita Coolidge and Michael Martin Murphy 11.10 / Judy Collins 12.14 / Lorna Luft 2.16 / Isaac Hayes and The Cyrus Chestnut Quartet 3.16 / The Nylons 6.8

*@ Hideout - 773/227-4433: Devil In A Woodpile ( Tuesdays in September ) / Land Of The El Caminos 9.28 / Edith Frost 9.29 / Kelly Hogan 10.12 / Danny Black, Songs: Ohia and others 10.19

@ Hot House - 312/362-9707: Yoko Noge & the Jazz Me Blues ( Mondays ) / Black Umfolosi 9.27 / Abdullah Ibrahim 9.29 / David Young 10.3 / YahZarah 10.5 / The Tiger Lillies 10.7 / Denise LaGrassa and Melissa Walker 10.14 / Rosalie Sorrels 10.23 / Sons Of The Never Wrong and Tish Hinojosa 10.24 / Casolando 10.25 / Karma Sutra 10.26 / Backyard Variety Show10.31

*@ House Of Blues - 312/923-2000: John Mayer and Shea Seger 9.26 / Robin Trower 9.27 & 28 / The Big Wu 9.29 & 30 / Tantric, Oleander and Beautiful Creatures 10.3 / Ozomatli 10.4 / Little Feat 10.6 ( early ) / Sound Tribe Sector 9 10.6 ( late ) / Modest Mouse 10.7 / Rusted Root 10.8 & 10 / Glen Phillips and Nickel Creek 10.12 / Delbert McClinton 10.19 / Midnight Oil 10.20 & 21 / Alice Cooper 10.23 / Black 47 10.25 / Ekoostik Hookah and Monte Montgomery 10.26 / Beenie Man 10.27 / Los Van Van 11.1 / Tangerine Dream 11.2 / The Radiators 11.3 / NOFX 11.8 / Pharcyde 11.9 / Jean Luc Ponty 11.14 / Kottonmouth Kings and others 11.19 / Dave Seaman 11.21

@ Isaac Hayes - 312/266-2400: Souled Out ( Thursdays )

@ Krannert Center For the Performing Arts - 217/333-6280: Kronos Quartet11.11 / Anne-Sophie Mutter 11.15 / Ulali 2.20

@ Le Passage - 312/255-0022: various DJs ( Tuesday through Sunday )

*@ Martyrs' - 773/404-9494: Green ( Tuesdays in October ) / Baldwin Brothers10.6 / Kings Of Convenience 10.20

@ McAnnich Arts Center - 630/942-4000: Marcia Ball and BeauSoleil 9.28 / Ramsey Lewis and Billy Taylor 11.11 / Quartetto Gelato 11.16

*@ Metro - 773/549-0203: Burning Airlines and Rival Schools 9.27 / Michael McDermott and Nick Tremulis 9.28 / The Strokes and Moldy Peaches 10.5 / Jonathan Richman 10.6 / Basement Jaxx 10.9 / Phantom Planet and American HiFi 10.11 / The Waterboys and Tom McRae 10.12 ( early ) / The Damned 10.12 ( late ) / The Faint 10.13 / Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros 10.15 / American Steel 10.16 / Orbital 10.17 / Death Cab For Cutie 10.19 / Jim Breuer 10.20 / The Beta Band 10.25 / My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult 11.3 / Femi Kuti 11.9 / Dashboard Confessional 11.10

#@ Metropolis - 847/577-2121: Sam Harris 10.12 & 13 / Jason Graae 2.1 & 2 / Ann Hampton Callaway 4.19 / Liz Callaway 6.7 & 8

@ Mountain Moving Coffeehouse for Womyn & Children - 312/409-0276, women & children only: Tara Ayres 10.13 / Deidre McCalla 11.10 / Ferron 12.1 / Vickie Shaw 1.19 / C.C. Carter presents Women Of Color Night 2.16 / Ubaka Hill 3.23

@ Music Center of Columbia College - 312/344-6322:Chicago Jazz Ensemble 9.26, 11.14, 2.13, 4.17

*#@ The Mutiny - 773/486-7774: Scott Free, Boys' Entrance and Three Dollar Bill 9.29

#@ Nevins Live - 847332-2993: Oh My God and Deanna Varagona 9.28 / Thomas Dunning presents An Evening Of Musical Duos 9.29 / Patricia Barber 10.6 / John Kamys 10.12 & 13

@ No Exit - 773/743-3355: New Music Sundays hosted by Laurie Lee Moses

@ North Shore Center For Performing Arts - 847/673-6300: Ars Viva Symphony Orchestra 11.11, 2.10, 3.17, 5.5 / Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra 4.26

#@ Old Town School of Folk Music - 773/278-6000: Ilgi and Slavek Hanzlik 9.29 / Susan Werner and Ellis Paul 10.6 / Songs For Wiggleworms ( w/Ann-Marie Akin, Julie Frost, Rob Newhouse and others ) 10.7 / Leni Stern 10.12 / Jimmy Martin and Special Consensus 10.13 / Kathy Kallick Band 10.14 ( early ) / Dougie MacLean 10.14 / Marc Ribot 10.19 / Odetta and Judy Henske 10.20 / Ray Wylie Hubbard 10.21 / Low and Kid Dakota 10.26 / Janis Ian and Richie Havens 10.27 / Loudon Wainwright III 10.28 / New Lost City Ramblers and Koerner, Ray & Glover 11.3 / Dan Zanes ( Kids Concert ) 11.4 / Lila Downs 11.4 / Little Jimmy Scott 11.9 / Corky Siegel's Chamber Blues and The Siegel-Schwall Band 11.16 / Jane Siberry 11.17 / Do It Yourself Chanukah w/Maxwell Street Klezmer Band 11.25 / Tony Rice, Darol Anger, Mike Marshall & Todd Phillips and The Waybacks 11.30 / Bonnie Koloc, Dave Moore and Chuck Suchy 12.1 / Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum 12.2 / Handsome Family and Deanna Varagona 12.8 / Kiltartan Road Christmas 12.9

*#@ Park West - 773/929-5959: Milly's Orchid Show's All-Gal Review II w/Marsha Wilke, Paula Killen and the Disgraces, Cheryl Trykv, Maxinova, Kelly Kessler and the Wichita Shut-Ins, Wendy Clinard and more! 9.29 / Ryan Adams 10.10 / Dar Williams and Catie Curtis 10.11 / Keller Williams 10.12 / Suzanne Vega 10.17 / Ike Reilly and Bob Schneider 10.18 / Ottmar Liebert 10.25 / Ian Hunter 11.4

@ Pete Miller's - 847/328-0399: Typhanie Monique Duo ( Mondays ) / Bobby Broom Trio ( Tuesdays ) / Dave Hiltebrand Trio ( Wednesdays ) / Judy Roberts & Greg Fishman ( Thursdays ) / Ernest Dawkins Quartet 9.28 & 29

@ The Piano Man - 773/472-2956: Every Tuesday "Dub/Jazz/Funk - Live DJ Night" / Every Wednesday "Open Mic Night" / Every Thursday "Cabaret Night with Scott & Matt"

@ Pick-Staiger Concert Hall - 847/866-6888: Symphony II 10.28

@ Raw Bar - 773/348-7291: Michael Strening, Jr. 9.28

*@ RedNoFive - 312/733-6699: PURE - Seb Fontaine 9.27 / Dave Seaman 10.4 / Deep Dish 10.6 / Richie Hawtin 11.13

@ The Renaissance Society - 773.702.9669: Simparch and Kevin Drumm 9.26 - 10.28 / Ensemble Noamnesia, Terry Kapsalis and Lou Mallozzi 10.4 / Ian Pace 10.9 / Ensemble Noamnesia, Vincent Royer and Paulo Alvares 10.12 / Ensemble Noamnesia and Julie Bentley 10.13/ efzeg 10.26 / Ensemble Noamnesia, Franz Hautzinger and Gene Coleman 10.28

*@ Riviera Theater - 773/275-6800: Medeski Martin & Wood 9.29 / Khaled and Hakim 9.30 / Tenacious D 10.5 / Travis and Remy Zero 10.10 / St Germain and DJ Colette 10.12 / They Might Be Giants 10.19 / Incubus and The Start 11.3 & 4 / Pennywise and No Use For A Name 1.19

*@ Rosemont Theater - 312/559-1212 ( TM ) : Jerry Seinfeld 11.10

*#@ Schuba's - 773/525-2508: Ass Ponys 9.27 / American Analong Set and AM/FM 9.28 / Lucy Kaplansky 9.30 / Beaver Nelson 10.1 / Stacey Earle 10.2 / "Justify Your Existence" featuring 90 David Grubbs and Orton Socket 10.3 / The Honeydogs 10.5 / Moviola, Clem Snide and others 10.6 / Geoff Muldaur 10.7 / The Atari Star 10.8 / Andrew Bird's Bowl Of Fire 10.9 / Lori Carson and Anne Heaton 10.10 / Freedy Johnston 10.11 & 12 / Jenny Toomey 10.16 / The Pernice Brothers and Kingsbury Manx 10.19 & 20 / Lois Maffeo and Brendan Canty 10.23 / Jupiter Coyote 10.25 / The Fruit Bats 10.26 ( late ) / Chris Mills and Orso 10.27 / Rock*A*Teens 10.27 ( late ) / SONiA 10.28 / Los Straitjackets and others 10.29 / Scott Miller & The Commonwealth 10.31 / Danny Black ( Mondays in November ) / Bill Quateman 11.2 & 3 ( early ) / The Silos 11.2 ( late ) / Tara Jane O'Neil 11.3 ( late ) / Beachwood Sparks 11.4 / The Baldwin Brothers 11.9 / Michelle Malone 11.10

@ Smart Bar - 773/549-0203: The Artful Dodger 9.27 / The Truby Trio 10.17

@ St Benedict's Church - 773/588-6484: St. Benedict's Festival Orchestra 11.30

@ St Gregory's High School Auditorium - 773/907-2106: Celebrate The Circle 2001: w/Edwina Lee Tyler and others 10.14

@ St James Cathedral - 312/461-0723 ( info ) or www.bellavoce.org: Bella Voce presents "A Garland For Linda" 10.28

@ Star Plaza - 773/734-7266: The Temptations 12.8

*@ Symphony Center/Orchestra Hall - 312/294-3000: Chicago Symphony Orchestra 10.4 - 6, 11, 12, 13, 16, 28, 30 / The Philadelphia Orchestra 10.7 / Civic Chamber Orchestra 10.8 / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra 10.10 / Barenboim, Mielen and Eddins conducting 10.11, 12.20, 1.24, 3.28 / Evgeny Kissin 10.21 / Gewandhaus Orchestra of Leipzig 10.22 / Miles Davis & John Coltrane 75th Birthday Celebration w/Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker and Roy Hargrove 10.26 / Audra McDonald 10.27 / Krystian Zimmerman, Alex Klein and Evelyn Glennie 11.8, 1.10, 3.14, 5.23 / Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette 11.9 / Stephen Kovacevich 11.11 / Anne-Sophie Mutter and Trondheim Soloists 11.14 / Emanuel Ax and Yefim Bronfman 11.20 / Vienna Choir Boys 11.23 / Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra 11.24, 5.5 / Ravi Shankar and Anoushka Shankar 11.26 / Chanticleer 12.5 / Orquestra Aragon and Arturo Sandoval 12.7 / Kurt Elling and Ahmad Jamal Quartet 1.11 / Chicago Sinfonietta 1.23, 3.6, 4.15, 5.13 / Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra w/Wynton Marsalis 1.25 / Marcus Roberts and others 2.15 / Wayne Shorter, Brian Blade and others 3.22 / John Zorn's Masada and Maria Schneider Orchestra 4.19 / Marian McPartland Trio and Shirley Horn Trio 5.17 / Branford Marsalis 5.24

@ Three Arts Club - 312/944-6250: Burnham String Quartet 2.3 / Choral Sounds of Chicago 3.17

*@ UIC Pavillion - 312/559-1212 ( TM ) : Widespread Panic and Dirty Dozen Brass Band 10.31 / Phil Lesh & Friends 11.8

#@ Uncommon Ground - 773/929-3680: 4th Annual Jeff Buckley Tribute Concert 11.17

*@ United Center - 312/559-1212 ( TM ) : U2 and Garbage 10.15 / Bob Dylan 10.27

@ University of Chicago/Mandel Hall - 773/702-8069: Chicago Youth Concert Orchestra 5.12

*@ Vic - 312/559-1212 ( TM ) : Sigur Ros 9.27 / Hello Dave 9.28 / Gov't Mule 9.29 / Ben Folds 10.3 / Megadeth and Endo 10.4 / Robert Cray Band 10.13 / The Donnas 10.17 / Dropkick Murphys and others 10.19 / Sum 41 10.26 / Stereolab 10.31 / Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks and Pinetop Seven 11.2 / Lifehouse 12.9

@ Villa Kula - 773/728-3114: Fridays - Eric Lugosch ( 6:30-9:30pm ) / Saturdays - Erwin Helfer & John Brumbach ( 9pm-12am ) / Sundays - John Campbell ( 8:30-10:30pm )

@ Wrightwood Park - 312/742-7816: Children's concert w/ Nelson Gill & The Caribbean Rhythm Band 9.30


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