Episode Seven of the Fearless Chicago Podcast!
Vintage Blue is the new venture of this five man rock and roll show. This new venture lives up to its title, intending to be characterized by excellence and enduring appeal.
A longtime fixture on the Chicago music scene, the Lovehammers are an alternative rock band whose sound is best described as a combination of pop-punk with grunge influences. They have headlined their own International Tours as well as support bands/musicians such as Nickelback, INXS, Slash, Chevelle, KISS, Cake, Theory of a Deadman, The Wallflowers, and, played SOLD OUT shows at the majority of Chicago’s music venues and have appeared LIVE on VH1 playing acoustic versions of their songs.
“I love the rare feeling of people in a room being connected without having to share any ideology or belief system or style or walk of life or class or anything – where they can all just melt in to something magical,” says Charlie Mars. “I want to explore sonically what that is.”
The Fleeting Ends is a Philly-based rock band with a knack for catchy and unique songwriting. With influences spanning from XTC and the Cars to the Pixies and Blur, The Fleeting Ends exploit its roots while still putting its own touch on the catalogue of music that they continue to build.
Linda Draper’s earliest musical influence was her father, a virtuosic classical guitarist who studied with Andres Segovia. In her youth, Linda discovered her own musical voice singing in the church choir, which led to her playing guitar and writing songs just a few years later. Linda’s first public performances took place in local venues around town, including the Renaissance Faire in upstate New York.
Beta State was voted by fans to play Live105's "Not So Silent Night" in December 2011 with Green Day, Florence + The Machine, Mumford & Sons, Bush, and Young The Giant, beating out hundreds of other bay area artists.
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