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Past Shows

3/23/19 7pm, Hairpin Arts Center (Chicago)

2810 N. Milwaukee Ave, 2nd Floor, Chicago, IL

The Music Memory Project

How do we remember through music?

Two years ago a group of Chicago musician/composers took on the challenge of creating music based on intimate memories from their lives. The resulting compositions have been stewing in an archive since then but will be on display, along with images and writings about these memories, at the Hairpin on March 23rd.

The event will include gallery viewing as well as live performances by participating artists: Ronnie Malley, Rashida Phillips, Ami Saraiya, 80 Foots (Chris Schoen, Emmy Bean, and T-Roy Martin), and Joey Spilberg.

Additional performers performing memory-inspired songs: Anna Soltys, as well as Jenny and Robin Bienemann!!!

Doors will open at 7PM for viewing/listening, followed by live performances starting at 8PM.

Cash bar

$10 suggested donation at the door

11/30/18 7pm, Oggi Gallery (Chicago, IL)

2451 S. Oakley, Chicago, IL 60608

Friends of the Chicago River
Featuring Original Songs About Extinct Animals By Chicago’s Finest Singer-Songwriters
Tickets: Suggested Donation $15 
Doors: 7:00
Show Time: 7:30
Proceeds go to TBA
Eddie "King" Roeser
Jeremy David Miller
Alisa Rosenthal
Robin Bienemann
Ami Saraiya
Zach Duenow (aka Doctōr Duenow)
Rebecca Jasso
Sarah Eide
1/20/2018 3-5pm, Green Mill (Chicago, IL)

4802 N. Broadway, Chicago, IL

The Paper Machete is a free, weekly “live magazine” covering pop culture, current events and American manners.  Part spoken-word show, part vaudeville revue, The Paper Machete features comedians, journalists, storytellers and musical guests performing in the back room of a north side bar.  It’s a salon in a saloon

12/22/17 7pm, Oggi Gallery (Chicago, IL)
11/30/17 8pm, Constellation (Chicago, IL)

3111 N. Western Ave, Chicago, IL

A Benefit Concert for the Wild Life Rehabilitation Ctr of Minnesota

Featuring original songs by Chicago's finest songwriters, including: John Langford, Sarah Eide, Rebecca Jasso, Ami Saraiya, Alisa Rosenthal, Robin Bienneman, Steve Dawson, and Phil Agnotti