Chicago Artists Relief Online Concert

Join White Mystery and Rattleback Records from a virtual concert to support the Chicago Artist Relief Fund. An online concert of Chicago artists, in support of Chicago artists, through the Chicago Artists Relief Fund. Chicago wouldn’t be Chicago without its artists. Painters, filmmakers, sculptors, dancers, musicians, theater makers, writers: artists help us tap into our own creativity, to see the world in new ways, to share experiences in communal spaces. But as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, these communal spaces have shut down. And too many artists aren’t sure how they’re going to make rent this month. Or next. As social distancing quickly becomes the new normal, many artists whose paycheck-to-paycheck livelihood depends on the next gig find themselves looking at an empty calendar for the next several weeks (at least). An empty calendar means no income. For gig-to-gig freelancers, there’s no paid time off. There’s no work-from-home option for DJing a gallery opening, or acting in a world premiere production, or dancing for a packed club. The fund recognizes the inequity inherent in our communities – globally, nationally, locally, and often especially in the arts. Even in times of stability, many working artists are able to pursue their careers with the help of family wealth, the support of a partner, or work in other fields, and many benefit from other social privileges connected to race, gender, sexuality, size, ability, citizenship status, and more. (As Ijeoma Oluo, organizer of the Seattle Artists Relief Fund, writes, some of us are in “the rare and privileged position to be able to weather this [crisis] financially. Many are not.”) The fund recognizes that government agencies, institutions, and non-profits do not or are not able to prioritize those whom inequity affects most on a daily basis, even outside times of crisis. As such, the Fund prioritizes artists who are Black, Indigenous, People of Color, Queer, Trans+, Non-Binary, and Disabled, but will endeavor to support as many Chicago artists as possible.

 
•Donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/chicago-artists-relief-fund

•Watch here: https://www.facebook.com/rattlebackrecords/

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White Mystery Vinyl

White Mystery is passionate about vinyl. From the double album, “Dubble Dragon,” to the Greenway Records picture disc, “Best Friend,” to the glow-in-dark-sand-filled Romanus Records release of “Hellion Blender,” it’s important to us that you have access to incredible, one-of-a-kind White Mystery records in your collection.

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“LP’s Happy Hour featuring Alex White, Ed Marszewski, Lawrence Peters,” Chicago Reader

When: Fri., May 8, 5 p.m. and Fri., May 22, 5 p.m. 2020 
Price: $5 suggested donation 
www.hideoutchicago.com/e/lp-s-happy-hour-103957467584

Musician and Hideout luminary Lawrence Peters hosts a two-hour Happy Hour with special guests and music. Free to view, $5 donation suggested. May 22’s guests are musician Alex White of the band White Mystery and Public Media Institute (Lumpen RadioQuarantine Times) and Marz Brewing’s Ed Marszewski.

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“Chicago Imagines What Outdoor Dining May Look Like,” Eater Chicago

The news from Thursday, with Mayor Lori Lightfoot saying she doesn’t believe Chicago will be ready to reopen restaurants for outdoor dining on May 29, isn’t all holiday weekend jeer. Many restaurateurs aren’t yet comfortable with welcoming customers back into their spaces. A delay has been welcomed by many to ensure the city develops reopening guidelines that properly address limiting the spread of COVID-19.

During a Friday media briefing, Lightfoot said she expects to allow outdoor dining in “early June” which would mean before June 10. She added that the city will release reopening guidelines next week. She wants folks to know whenever that date is that COVID-19 will still be present and will “remain deadly, and we have to do everything we can to mitigate risk.”

With legislative sessions fired back up in Springfield, Lightfoot says she hasn’t had a chance to talk to Gov. J.B. Pritzker about reopening restaurants. But she has spoken to his staff.

Ownership at Baker Miller, the bakery in Lincoln Square, made a lengthy Facebook post Thursdaydescribing the safety challenges they’re coping with regarding outdoor dining. Owners feel the push to open has been strictly fueled be economic hardships without giving enough weight to safety: “At this time, we are 100-percent certain that it is not safe to have customers congregating on our patio. For that reason, we will not be reopening our patio at the end of the month. We will wait and allow others to take the risk.”

In general, flipping again and allowing customers to dine won’t come easy. Pandemic fatigue is real and figuring out logistics is difficult. It’s hard to pivot from takeout to another business model. In Avondale, Honey Butter Fried Chicken has a large and private patio, one that’s fenced in from the sidewalk. Josh Kulp and Christine Cikowski are using that outdoor space for contactless pickup for their Sunday Dinner Club Friday meals and Monday burger nights. Eventually, they’ll reopen Honey Butter Fried Chicken and use the back windows for customer pickup. They’re in no rush to open the patio to diners.

Illinois Restaurant Association’s CEO & President Sam Toia calls the future “America 2.0” and predicting what it will look like is difficult. Restaurant and bar owners need reopening rules from Chicago officials. That includes guidelines on the maximum number of customers allowed, face coverings, distance between tables, and even what to do with condiment containers.

Architect Josh Pabst of RATIO Design spoke with WBEZ about his ideas on how the city could close streets for outdoor dining. Pabst talks about the need to balance health and the economy. WBEZ notes 1,200 Chicago businesses last year applied for sidewalk permits. Pabst’s drawings will remind Chicagoans of what closed streets look like during summer festival season. The city will have to work out an agreement with LAZ Parking when closing streets. The company, which handles the city’s parking meters, will want an impact fee, according to Toia. Staying at home has meant fewer drivers on the road, which means less parking meter money. That could complicate any deal to close streets.

Many restaurants in Hyde Park are anxious for outdoor dining, according to the Hyde Park Herald. The paper spoke with reps from Saucy PorkaNella Pizza e PastaAscione Bistro, among others. In the suburbs, Arlington Heights has embraced alteration with its “Arlington Alfresco” plan. The Daily Herald reports that the village wants to close major downtown streets to allow additional outdoor seating to raise the capacities for restaurants.

Toia has stressed that allowing outdoor dining isn’t ideal for every restaurant owner. The restaurant association still wants dine-in to commence earlier than the June 26 target date as detailed in the state’s novel coronavirus recovery plan. Restore Illinois was designed to also give local elected officials some control of their municipalities; it’s not a one-size-fits-all policy. Different parts of the state have different needs.

However, the lifeline thrown by Pritzker with outdoor dining doesn’t cross all socio-economic boundaries in Chicago. Jeremy Joyce, who runs Black People Eats, a website that keeps a database of black-owned businesses in Chicago, says he doesn’t think any of the restaurants he’s listed have sidewalk patios. That’s part systemic, which also feeds into geography. Most patios are clustered around Downtown Chicago.

Patience may be in short supply for restaurant and bar owners, but Toia says they’re still bargaining on a variety of measures. For example, Toia says state lawmakers are close to legalizing to-go cocktails. He made a football analogy, saying that they’re “in the red zone.” Hopefully, Springfield can earn a score for beleaguered bar owners.

  • There is still plenty of merchandise Chicagoans could buy to support bars and restaurants that remain closed. One of the most compelling items comes in support of Crown Liquors, the packaged goods store and bar that’s closed in Logan Square. With the help of MP Shows, (the concert promoter that put together punk, emo, and metal gigs at Fireside Bowl, Beat Kitchen, and other venues across the city), Soothsayer Hot Sauce has released a 26-song digital music compilation to benefit Crown’s employees. It’s called “Shot Dice: A Compilation for Crown Liquors.” Customers could name their price and get the album on BandcampBad Copy has the scoop. White Mystery and Canadian Rifle are some of the bands featured.
  • Punch’s “Tip Your Bartender” virtual cocktail series will once again have some Chicago flavor. Richard Beltzer from Bad Hunter will be the featured bartender on at 4 p.m. on Tuesday. Customers are invited to tip via Venmo, and the promotion raises money for bars and restaurants closed down due to stay-at-home orders.
  • On May 22 to 28, Chicago’s Gene Siskel Film Center will offer the documentary Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy to stream online through its virtual series, “Film Center from Your Sofa.” Chef Diana Kennedy, now in her 90s, is a two-time James Beard Award-winner, the author of nine cookbooks, and is widely considered an expert on Mexican cuisine. The documentary weaves archival film along with fresh footage and interviews with Kennedy, famed chef and humanitarian José Andrés, Chicago’s own Rick Bayless (Frontera GrillTopolobampo), acclaimed Mexican chef Gabriela Cámara, and pioneering California chef and writer Alice Waters (Chez Panisse). Fans can sit in on a streaming Q&A with Cámara, Waters, director Elizabeth Carroll, and New York Times food columnist David Tanis at 7 p.m. on Sunday. More details are available on the center’s website.

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“ONLINE: Memorial Day Meltdown,” Isthmus

Press release: Massive Online Festival SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY!

Bands from Goner, Burger, and Slovenly!

Full Schedule below. *** All set times are Central Standard Time Zone****

Tune in to

sofa-king-fest.com 

SUNDAY 11am-11pm!

Stream it to your speakers for outside jams if you can’t watch the whole thing!

What a lineup! Zac’s playing records at 11AM, and Eric O is providing inspirational thoughts at 8:15 and 9:15PM. Quintron & Miss Pussycat are “the audience” during the later afternoon. With Nobunny, Jack Oblivian, King Khan, Mark Sultan, Bloodshot Bill, Sean Spits, The Zeros, Human Eye, Blag Dahlia, Wes Coleman, Gino & No Goons, Paul Collins, White Mystery, Optic Sink  (NATALIE from NOTS!), Chai, Choke Chains, Aquarian Blood, The Sueves, Benni, Thigh Master, Saba Lou, Hash Redactor, The Lemons, Red Mass, Michael Beach, The Archaeas, Craig Brown and tons more!

Great poster by St. Francis Elevator Ride.

Support these bands – and have a blast doing it.

PLEASE SHARE!

Brought to you by Ping Pong Booking & PR and hosted by Sofa King Fest.

Tune in SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY!

Full schedule at event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/548428185822225/

11:00 – 11:30 Goner DJ Brunch Live From The Shop!

11:30 – 11:40 Sur Duda

1140 – 11:50 Seth Pettersen 

12:00 – 12:10 – Will Sprott 

12:10 – 12:15 – Pink Mexico 

12:15- 1225 – The Lemons 

A word from King Khan and Sean Spits 

12:30 – 12:40 – Sam Coffey and the Iron Lungs 

12:40 – 12:50 – SanIsidro 

12:50 – 1:05 Saba Lou

1:05-1:20 – Bella & The Bizarre

1:20 -1:40 – Craig Brown Band 

1:40 – 2:00 – John Wesley Coleman III

2:00 – 2:25 – Bloodshot Bill 

2:25- 2:35 – Paul Collins 

2:35- 2:45 – Thomas Mudrick 

2:45- 2:50 – White Mystery 

2:50 – 3:05 – Bobby Harlow

3:05 – 3:15 – Mark Sultan

3:15 – 3:30 – Tenement Rats and Die Group

3:30 – 3:45 – Elephant Stone

3:45-3:55 – Doug Tuttle 

3:55 – 4:05 – Choke Chains 

4:05 – 4:25 – Aquarian Blood 

Quintron and Miss Pussycat As The Audience

4:30 – 4:40 Blag Dahlia (The Dwarves)

4:40 – 4:55 The Archaeas 

4:55 – 5:05 Chai 

5:05 – 5:35 – Optic Sink 

5:35 – 5:55 – Bipolaroid 

Quintron and Miss Pussycat As The Audience

6:00 – 6:15 – Hash Redactor 

6:15 – 6:35 Gino Is A Goon 

6:35 – 7:00 Slander Tongue 

7:00 – 7:20 – Telekrimen 

7:20 – 7:40 – Human Eye

7:40 – 8:00 – Bazooka 

8:00 – 8:05 – The Zeros

8:05 – 8:15 – Personal & The Pizzas 

Inspirational Words From Eric Oblivian 

8:20 – 8:25 – Th Losin Streaks

8:25- 8:30 – Red Mass 

8:30 – 8:45 – The Sueves 

8:45- 9:05 – Benni

9:05 – 9:15 – Thigh Master 

Inspirational Words From Eric Oblivian 

9:20 – 9:40 – Michael Beach 

9:40 – 10:00 Nobunny 

10:00 – 10:30 Jack Oblivian and The Sheiks 

10:30 – 11:00 – Model Zero 

WOW!

Please tune in and support these great artists!

Smash that donate button on the Sofa King site to get $$$ to your favorite artists- they can use it!

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“Today’s livestreams (Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Anti-Flag, Four Tet, Haruomi Hosono, more),” Brooklyn Vegan

NOTE: We post the newest livestreams in a new post every day. Make sure you’re reading the newest edition of our roundup – check the livestream tag HERE for the latest.

LAST UPDATED: 5/24 at 12:01 AM ET

HERE ARE TODAY’S LIVESTREAMS (Sunday, 5/24):

BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2020 starts streaming at 6:30 AM ET on bbc.co.uk, with performances from Sean Paul, Georgia and more, and archival sets from The 1975, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Muse, Florence + The Machine, Foo Fighters, and more.

Quintron & Miss Pussycat, King Khan, Eric Oblivian and Sean Spits host the Memorial Day Meltdown, streaming at 12 PM ET on sofa-king-fest.com with Nobunny, Jack Oblivian & The Sheiks, The Zeros, Elephant Stone, Cosmonauts, White Mystery, Bloodshot Bill, Paul Collins, Personal & The Pizzas, John Wesley Coleman, Hai, Pink Mexico, Human Eye and many more.

Lightning in a Bottle’s virtual festival starts streaming at 12 PM ET on Twitch, with Four Tet, The Glitch Mob, and many more. Full schedule here.

La Blogotheque’s Stay Away Shows streams every day at 1 PM ET on Instagram. Today Kishi Bashiperforms.

Rough Trade’s daily Instagram TV series, Rough Trade Transmissions, continues at 1 PM ET. Today Steve Earle performs.

Sofi Tukker at 1 PM ET daily on Facebook and Instagram.

Tim Burgess of The Charlatans is presenting daily Twitter listening parties for classic (and sometimes new) indie and alternative albums, with commentary from the artists who made them. Today they’ll discuss Pins‘ Wild Nights at 1 PM ETJohn Grant‘s Pale Green Ghosts at 2 PM ETKT Tunstall‘s Eye To The Telescope at 3:15 PM ETThe Shins‘ Oh, Inverted World at 4:15 PM ET, and Culture Club‘s Colour By Numbers at 5 PM ET.

Punk Rock Bowling’s Locked In and Stripped Down Sessions streams starting at 2 PM ET on YouTubeand Instagram, with Riverboat Gamblers, Pete Curtis of A Global Threat, Svetlanas, L.A. Machina, Keith Morris of Circle Jerks, Daryl Smith of Cock Sparrer, The Aggrolites, The Beltones, Bowcat, Anti-Flag, Trever Keith of Face to Face, Moscow Death Brigade and Bloody Benders Full schedule here.

Laura Marling is giving guitar lessons on Instagram every Sunday at 2 PM ET.

The Rolling Stones are streaming previous concerts weekly at 3 PM ET on YouTube for their “Extra Licks” series. This week’s video is of their July 2013 shows at Hyde Park, London.

Pickathon continues broadcasting a concert a day from their vaults for 60 days at 4 PM ET, and you can watch on BrooklynVegan’s Facebook. They’re taking donations for MusiCares’ COVID-19 relief fund, and today’s set is with The Quebe Sisters.

Honus Honus of Man Man‘s daily “Live from Honie Pond Shower Stream” streams at 4 PM ET on Instagram.

Roger Harvey “Live from a Distance,” daily at 4:20 PM ET on Facebook.

Christine and the Queens are doing something on Instagram every day at 5 PM ET, “guests and weird concepts included.”

Brendan Benson of The Raconteurs at 5:20 PM ET on Instagram, every day.

Blue Note Jazz Club is streaming performances and conversations on Instagram with their “Blue Note at Home” series, including Paul Robertson of The Soul Rebels at 4 PM ET and Brandee Younger and Dezron Douglas at 6 PM ET.

T.S.O.L are playing a 40th anniversary show at an empty Backstage Bar and Billiards and Fremont Country Club in Las Vegas at 6 PM ET on Facebook.

Neil Finn‘s radio show “Fangradio” streams daily at 6 PM ET on Mixlr.

Rufus Du Sol, Snoop Dogg, Sofi Tukker, and Bob Moses appear on YouTube at 6:30 PM ET.

Diplo is doing livestreamed DJ sets five nights a week on YouTubeTwitch, and Instagram, including “A Very Lazer Sunday” on Sundays at 7 PM ET, “Ronatronix” on Tuesdays at 10 PM ET, “The Thomas Wesley Show” on Thursdays at 10 PM ET, Corona Sabbath Fridays” on Fridays at 10 PM ET, and “Coronight Fever” on Saturdays at 11 PM ET.

The Met is hosting “Nightly Met Opera Streams” every day during its coronavirus closure. Each night is a different “complete operatic gem from our collection of HD presentations from the past 14 years,” and begins streaming at 7:30 PM ET. Massenet’s Manon streams today.

One World Home Party streams at 11 PM ET, with Haruomi Hosono, Jerry Paper, Yuka Mizuhara and more; tickets are on sale now.

HAIM are teaching dance classes on Zoom on Sundays.

Dillon Francis‘ IDGAFOS Weekend festival is streaming on TwitchYouTube and Facebook with Aluna, Chrome Sparks and more.

Rolling Loud Bay Area 2017 replays on YouTube this weekend.

Jeff Tweedy‘s livestream series “The Tweedy Show” streams most nights on Instagram at 10 PM ET.

Nick Cave‘s Bad Seed TeeVee broadcasts videos, live performances, interviews, and more 24/7 on YouTube.

DJ D-Nice has been throwing “Homeschool Club Quarantine” Dance Parties on Instagram regularly.

MORE STUFF TO WATCH AND LISTEN TO FROM HOME

Every day, we’re posting more of our favorite live concert videos here. Also, check out our latest album reviews in Notable Releases and Bill’s Indie Basement and subscribe to our monthly Spotify playlist to listen to some of our favorite new songs.

Missed livestreams or other quarantine/isolation videos from earlier this week/previous weeks? Watch archives of Lou Barlow playing a new Dinosaur Jr. songKurt Vile covering John PrineAmerican Football playing “Stay Home” while staying homeMatt Berninger on Colbertfull set videos from Primavera SoundPaul Simon & Edie BrickellPUP’s Stefan BabcockBillie Joe ArmstrongMatt Freeman playing Rancid, Op Ivy, and MotorheadBaronessBon IverJulien BakerJames BlakeDashboard ConfessionalThe HivesBrian Fallon covering Lana Del Rey and talking with Chris Carrabba of Dashboard ConfessionalBen Gibbard covering The BeatlesMetallicaMutoid ManJeff TweedyJohn Prine coversJason Isbell & Amanda Shires covering RadioheadJim James covering The Beatles and Bill WithersAngel Olsen covering Roxy Music and Tori AmosThe Tallest Man on Earth covering WilcoBruce Springsteen, Bon Iver, Joni MitchellJohn Lennon, The Strokes, The National, Daniel Johnston and more, Phoebe Bridgers covering Conor Oberst, and Theh 1975, and Code Orange.

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“The Flow: Live-Streamed Music Events This Week, May 21-27,” Memphis Flyer

The floodgates have been thrown open, and music will be inundating the internet this Memorial Day Weekend, including some impressive festivals. Check them out, and remember to donate to the players and their causes!

REMINDER: The Memphis Flyer supports social distancing in these uncertain times. Please live-stream responsibly. We remind all players that even a small gathering could recklessly spread the coronavirus and endanger others. If you must gather as a band, please keep all players six feet apart, preferably outside, and remind viewers to do the same. 

ALL TIMES CDT

Thursday, May 21
Noon
Amy LaVere & Will Sexton with Art Edmaiston
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1 p.m.
Jonathan Plevyak – The Nuncheon Sessions
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7 p.m.
DJ MemVille – Bridges, USA
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7 p.m. 
The Rusty Pieces
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8 p.m.
Ihcilon & Acef Stripe – Verses Records
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Friday, May 22
Noon
Louise Page – Virtual Fridays in HSP
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1 p.m.
Johnny Dango – The Nuncheon Sessions
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7 p.m.
Jen Norman – Mississippi Ale House
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7 p.m.
Justin Jaggers – benefit for The Baddour Center
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7 p.m.
Louise Page – Virtual Zebra Lounge
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8 pm
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band at Graceland
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8 p.m.
‘Stars of The Million Dollar Quartet’ (Rockabilly legends tribute), The Fab (Beatles tribute) and Dean Z (Elvis tribute artist) – Rockabilly to the Rescue!
Facebook

8:30 p.m.
The Juke Joint AllStars & The Sensation Band
Wild Bill’s Stay Safe At Home Live Stream
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Saturday, May 23
10:30 a.m.
Tony Manard – Coffee in a Cadillac
Facebook

1:30 p.m.
Michael Graber
Facebook

3 p.m.
Devan Yanik, Rice Drewry, Abby Frances – Writers in the Round
Facebook

3 p.m.
Virtual Oxford Blues Festival 
with 
Reba Russell 
R. L. Boyce 
Ben Payton
Cassie Bonner 
Lightnin Malcolm 
Duwayne Burnside 
Ghalia Volt 
Cameron Kimbrough 
Anthony “Big A” Sherrod 
Matt Gaylord

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7 p.m.
John Nemeth & Matthew Wilson
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7:30 p.m.
Kelley Mickwee – Orpheum Theatre’s Memphis Songwriters Series: Virtual Voices
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8:30 p.m.
The Juke Joint AllStars & The Sensation Band
Wild Bill’s Stay Safe At Home Live Stream
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Sunday, May 24
11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Goner Records, Burger Records, and Slovenly Recordings
Memorial Day Meltdown
with 
Goner DJ Brunch
Sur Duda
Seth Petterson 
Matthew Smith
Will Sprott
Chai 
The Lemons
Sam Coffey and The Iron Lungs
Sanlisdiro
Saba Lou
Bella & The Bizarre
Craig Brown Band
John Wesley Coleman
Bloodshot Bill
Paul Collins
Thomas Mudrick 
White Mystery
Red Mass
Bobby Harlow 
Cosmonauts
Elephant Stone
Choke Chains
Aquarian Blood
Blag Dahlia (the dwarves) 
Violet Archaea
Pink Mexico
Optic Sink
Bipolar
Hash Redactor 
Telekrimin
Slander Tongue
Gino Is A Goon 
Human Eye
Bazooka
The Zeros
Personal and The Pizzas
The Losin Streaks
The Sueves
Thigh Master
Michael Beach
NoBunny
Jack Oblivian and The Sheiks
Model Zero

+ more TBA
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3 p.m.
Big Rick and the Troublemakers – Burly’s Burgers & Brews Blues Bash
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4 p.m.
Gerald Stephens with tap dancer Marinne Bell
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5:30 p.m.
Organist Patrick A. Scott with Andrew Carroll, bassoon & Debbie Smith, organ
Grace St. Lukes Episcopal Church
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10 p.m.
Defcon Engaged (every Sunday)
Twitch TV

Monday, May 25
1 p.m.
Steven Bruce – The Nuncheon Sessions
Facebook

8 p.m. 
John Paul Keith (every Monday)
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Tuesday, May 26
1 p.m.
Jack Barksdale – The Nuncheon Sessions
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8 p.m.
Mario Monterosso (every Tuesday)
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Wednesday, May 27
1 p.m.
Lacey Williams – The Nuncheon Sessions
Facebook

7 p.m.
Miz Stefani (every Wednesday)
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8 p.m.
Richard Wilson (every Wednesday)

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“King Khan, Nobunny, CHAI & more part of 12-hour Memorial Day Meltdown livestream fest,” Brooklyn Vegan

MEMORIAL DAY MELTDOWN LINEUP
Goner DJ Brunch
Sur Duda
Seth Petterson
Matthew Smith
Will Sprott
Chai
The Lemons
Sam Coffey and The Iron Lungs
Sanlisdiro
Saba Lou
Bella & The Bizarre
Craig Brown Band
John Wesley Coleman
Bloodshot Bill
Paul Collins
Thomas Mudrick
White Mystery
Red Mass
Bobby Harlow
Cosmonauts
Elephant Stone
Choke Chains
Aquarian Blood
Blag Dahlia (the dwarves)
Violet Archaea
Pink Mexico
Optic Sink
Bipolar
Hash Redactor
Telekrimin
Slander Tongue
Gino Is A Goon
Human Eye
Bazooka
The Zeros
Personal and The Pizzas
Th Losin Streaks
The Sueves
Thigh Master
Michael Beach
NoBunny
Jack Oblivian and The Sheiks
Model Zero
+ more TBA

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Memorial Day Meltdown

Join Goner Records, Burger Records, and Slovenly Recordings for a A 12 hour livestream event! Tune in to cure your quarantine boredom for a full day of some of your favorite bands Sunday May 24 from 11am – 11pm CST in this link here.

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“White Mystery made more appearances in the last decade,” Lincoln Journal Star

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