Richard Carpenter says the new releases lack the pops and other noises of records from yesteryear.
Think of it as a sort of “SpongeBob Square Pants” for adults.
“The Visitor” will be Young’s second studio album recorded with Lukas Nelson’s band, Promise of the Real.
Now 75, McLaughlin has performed steadily for more than 50 years, and it seems unlikely that he’ll ever retire completely.
The City of Chicago has designated 2018 as the “Year of Creative Youth.”
Miller was thrilled “to try some of my weird ideas” in his latest outing as The Flash.
The Bourne family possesses glorious voices that, when joined in unison, create one of the most beautiful, multi-layered sounds imaginable.
Now 25, he grew up in the leafy suburb of Oak Park, his house filled with Beatles, Beach Boys, Talking Heads, Prince.
FACE TO FAITH: Pastor / gospel star Smokie Norful says “hope, healing and empowerment” are part of the “foundation” of his music and his preaching.
“I’m still experimenting with my sound. I honestly don’t know what I like yet,” VanderWaal says.
Musicians from Chicago and around the world interpret Buckley’s work, with proceeds donated to The Old Town School of Folk Music scholarship fund.
The former box office manager of the Chicago Opera Theater is charged with stealing more than $100,000 in ticket receipts over a 3 1/2-year period.
A spokesperson for Joe’s on Weed St. had “no comment” when reached Thursday by the Sun-Times.
They return Wednesday for the 2017 CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.
JIMMY BUFFETT: “My love of musical theater dates back far longer than my interest in the music I am known for.”