Friday, June 3, 2016

Slumgullion

The always interesting and informative Joe Marchese has a post on The Second Disc website about the recent release of a special two-CD edition of The Kinks’ Everybody’s In Show-Biz on RCA and Legacy Recordings. This version will include previously unreleased live performances and outtakes, and comes with a 24-page booklet. You can also find information on The Second Disc about new releases from Petula Clark (Natural Love); David Bowie (A Reality Tour); The Rolling Stones (Totally Stripped) and The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (Got A Mind To Give Up Living: Live 1966).

The New Invaders, one of the best and most eclectic 1960s cover bands in Chicago, has a busy June schedule that includes the Schaumburg Concert Library Series on Monday, June 6 and the Andersenville MidsommarFest on Clark Street in Chicago on Sunday, June 12.

The Smithereens will be performing their power pop masterpieces on September 25 at City Winery Chicago. Other acts coming to the venue include The Fixx on August 11, and Rhett Miller on June 19.

Michael Vogus, lead guitarist for the roots rock/theatrical Chicago-based band Burnside And Hooker, is organizing a benefit for The Patrick Grange Memorial Foundation For ALS Research on July 24 at Schubas. In addition to Burnside And Hooker, the lineup features Draft Week; Jennifer Hall; Simpleton And Cityfolk; The Fox And The Hounds; Sayers; and The New Switcheroo.

Chicago’s veteran psychedelic band The Red Plastic Buddha is among the 11 acts offered on the fifth various artists compilation from the Edinburgh indie label Dogs Got A Bone. There are also tracks by The Twistettes; The Shards; Rise Of The Echo Drone; and The Rhemedies.

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