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The 4th Annual Chicago Roots Collective Festival at the Beat Kitchen, 11/16 & 11/17

Among the ever-changing landscape of Chicago music, the roots/folk/alt-country scene has managed to stay strong. For the last few years, the core of the genre has been supported by a group of talented Chicago musicians working together as the Chicago Roots Collective.

This weekend, the CRC is bringing their fourth annual Chicago Roots Collective Festival to the Beat Kitchen for two nights of Windy City indie, roots, singer-songwriter, alt-country, and neo-folk music. One of the bands taking the stage tomorrow night is alt-rock seven piece, Band Called Catch. Check out the Audiotree Live Session recording of their track “For the Sake of It,” below.

The CRC has recently released a 15 song sampler via Bandcamp that features a selection of artists set to perform this weekend. You can stream the sampler to get yourself in “the mood,” and grab the full lineup and show details, below.

Friday, November 16th

IN THE MUSIC ROOM:
THE EWING THEORY
MOLEHILL
BAND CALLED CATCH
THE FUTURE LAUREATES
JEFF BROWN BAND

UPSTAIRS:
JARRYD SCOTT STEIMER
ANTHONY GALINDO
ANDY METZ
BASSEL
THE WESTERN
MATT BURKE
KATHY GREENHOLDT

Saturday, November 17th

IN THE MUSIC ROOM:
TREE
JACKPOT DONNIE
THE BRIBES
GOODBYEHOME
COBALT & THE HIRED GUNS

UPSTAIRS:
JONATHAN FELL
LAURA GLYDA
STEVE HENDERSHOT
RIVER RISING
JUSTIN HERON
JOHN WESTON
JULIE JURGENS

The 17+ shows kick off at the Beat Kitchen (2100 W Belmont) tomorrow, 11/16, and Saturday, 11/17, at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $10 each night and you can pick them up at the door or online through TicketWeb – Friday | Saturday.

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