Many songwriters and musical artists have called Chicago home over the past 150 years. From the fiddle played by Mark Beaubien at his tavern to the street performers along Michigan Avenue, the cadence of Chicago can be heard in a variety of tuneful settings that welcome those who share a love of music. In this talk, Chicago historian and author Max Grinnell will weave a tale that tells of ten key musical moments in the city's history, along with a few additional surprises.
Powered by BiblioCommons.
BiblioEvents: app01 Version 2.5.3 Last updated 2018/07/30 11:15