- The String Cheese Incident to perform 3-night stand as part of 2011 Chicago Bluegrass & Blues Festival!
- 45 Bands and 4 Weeks Later, Aetiology and the Corn Desert Ramblers Added to CBB Fest w/ Edward Sharpe, Grace Potter, Honeyboy Edwards
- Who Will Be the Last Banjo Standing? Battle of The Band Winners to Grace Chicago Bluegrass & Blues Festival Stage w/ Edward and Grace
- Submissions Now Being Taken for Opportunity to Play Alongside Edward Sharpe & Grace Potter at CBB Fest!
- High-Energy Performancy by Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros on Letterman!
Monthly Archives: October 2008
As we mentioned yesterday, we’ve added the deliciously tactless Chicago sketch comedy powerhouse “Cell Camp.” Below is their picture. Now you know why I told you to hide Fido or at least make him wear a diaper… Like I said, … Continue reading
We wish we could brand these ten tasty facts on all of your mid-sections, but we can’t, so we’ll just blog about it instead. So here are a few nuggets about the fest that you may not have heard about … Continue reading
No matter how many millions of people like and support a certain thing, like age-of-consent laws, there are some things I just can’t agree with. So here they are, the 50 Worst Songs to ever reach #1 on a Billboard … Continue reading
“Eco-Billy” Chicago Band Plays Primetime at Chicago Bluegrass & Blues Fest: Trees Take Years to Root; One Year They’re Surprisingly Fruitful
The Giving Tree Band planted its roots more than five years ago, built on a foundation of Americana and a sustainable philosophy. The Chicago Blue Grass and Blues Festival is not quite the one year anniversary of their first release, … Continue reading
A MARRIAGE OF SORTS: MEMBERS OF BLUE MOTHER TUPELO AND MAJORS JUNCTION CLEARLY SHARING MORE THAN A NOTE
By Michael Mering, cbbfestival.com Senior Correspondent, firstname.lastname@example.org Blue grass and blues. Chicago and Nashville. A grand stage and a hallway haven side stage. Husband and wife. Our panel of writers here at Chicago Bluegrass & Blues couldn’t have imagined a … Continue reading