A Day In The Country

A Day In The Country

Sun, June 12, 2016

2:00 pm (event ends at 11:00 pm)

The Hideout

Chicago, IL

$10.00

Tickets Available at the Door

A Day In The Country
A Day In The Country
Award winning barbeque by Honky Tonk BBQ
Delicious homemade pie by Bang Bang!
Featuring the beers of Lagunitas Brewing Company

Front porch stage: 2pm to 3:10pm
2:00 to 2:30- The Mountainaires
2:40 to 3:10- Big Sadie

Backroom stage: 3:15pm
3:15- 3:45- Girls Of The Golden West
4:00 to 4:30- Kent Rose (CD release!)
4:45 to 5:15- Glass Mountain
5:30 to 6:00- Tim Menard
6:15 to 6:45- Gin Palace Jesters
7:00 to 7:30- Oak Street Ramblers (from Madison, WI.)
7:45 to 8:15- The Lawrence Peters Outfit
8:30 to 9:15- Lady Parts- Kelly Hogan & Nora O’Connor
9:30 to 10:00- Coyote Riot
10:15– 11:45- Cochino Y Los Pistoleros
Lady Parts
Lady Parts
Lady Parts is Kelly Hogan and Nora O’Connor: BFFs, successful solo artists, and — often as a team — in-demand touring/session vocalists for The Decemberists, Neko Case, Andrew Bird, Mavis Staples, Iron & Wine, Jakob Dylan, Alejandro Escovedo, and more. Hogan and O’Connor are also members of Chicago vocal powerhouse band The Flat Five (debut album coming Fall 2016!)
Oak Street Ramblers (Madison, WI)
Oak Street Ramblers (Madison, WI)
Though their influences hail from much further south, the Oak Street Ramblers call home the East Side of Madison, WI. A bluegrass band in the tradition of Flatt and Scruggs, Jimmy Martin, and Hazel Dickens, the Oak Street Ramblers specialize in bluegrass stompers, classic country weepers, and originals that, lyrical content aside, wouldn't sound out of place at a barn dance circa 1954.
Tight vocal harmonies figure prominently into the Oak Street Ramblers' sound, and the group features no less than five singers ready to take the microphone at any given time. The band is comprised of Ian Alderman on guitar and dobro, Willie Jones on mandolin, Jeff Kunkle on bass, Betty Stattelman-Scanlan on guitar, Mark Schlutt on banjo, and Tina Thompson on fiddle.
The Ramblers started playing out at the legendary Wonder's Pub in 2004, and they currently have monthly shows at the Alchemy Cafe and the Malt House. They have acquired a solid fan base and have been voted a favorite Madison-area folk/bluegrass band.
The Oak Street Ramblers have also performed the Barrymore Theater, the Marquette Waterfront Festival, and the Brooklyn Bluegrass Festival. They have opened up for bluegrass legends James King and Audie Blaylock and shared bills with up-and-comers like Greensky Bluegrass and Head for the Hills. The Ramblers have received numerous accolades in the press, enjoyed radio support, performed live on television, and played to enthusiastic crowds across the Midwest. They are also available for private parties and functions.
The band recently released its debut, eponymous CD, which features 14 tracks of original and traditional bluegrass fare. The album has enjoyed brisk sales and has received both radio play and positive reviews. The Ramblers were also featured on the holiday compilation "Season's Greetings from Madison, WI".
Kent Rose
Kent Rose
If you didn’t know better, Kent Rose might appear a throwback to the days when country singers were guitar-toting troubadours. He dons fancy Western regalia for his gigs, calling himself “the Voice That Remembers.”
However, Kent’s musical concept is anything but old-fashioned. His influences on this all-original album are unabashedly vintage—Buddy Holly, Hank Williams, maybe a little Roy Orbison. But his writing is fresh and vibrant, his voice ringing and vital.
On All That American Night, he’s backed by a sizzling band. Instead of recording near home, Rose and producer Chris Casello journeyed to Nashville’s Fry Pharmacy Recording with studio vets Jimmy Johnson on bass and John McTigue on drums. Casello doubled as the primary guitarist.

OFFICIAL CD RELEASE AT DAY IN THE COUNTRY AT THE HIDEOUT
Kent Rose recently released his first full length, full band CD, All That American Night. Recorded in Nashville, produced and arranged by Chris Casello, you can hear it LIVE with the Chris Casello Trio at Day in the Country! Buy a copy to take home.
The Lawrence Peters Outfit
The Lawrence Peters Outfit
The Lawrence Peters Outfit plays un-ruined country music, a term Lawrence coined to describe their fiery, deep-rooted honky tonk sound. Best known for his lead vocal on "The Old Black Hen", on the watershed Songs: Ohia/ Magnolia Electric Company album, Peters leads the "Outfit" through his own finely crafted originals, and cherry-picked classics. The band is a super-group of Chi-Town pickers, including Matt Gandurski on lead guitar, Dave Sisson on rhythm guitar and harmonies, and Josh Piet on upright bass.
Big Sadie
Big Sadie
Elise Bergman and Collin Moore have been playing music together for over a decade. In those years, they have written dozens of songs and amassed an impressive repertoire of bluegrass, old-time, early country, and blues. Tasteful guitar flatpicking and a steady bass line and are layered with vocal harmonies so closely entwined that the pair’s voices have been likened to those of kin. Equally at home on a festival stage, in an auditorium hall, accompanying a dance, busking on a sidewalk, passing tunes around a circle, or in an intimate rock club, Big Sadie is an acoustic band with a modern yet timeless approach to American roots music.

Elise (upright bass and vocals) and Collin (guitar and vocals) both grew up surrounded by music. With roots spanning from the Midwest to the heart of Appalachia, their sound honors their heritage and is inspired by the rich musical histories of these places. Chicago native Elise Bergman brings a solid blues and folk influence to the group. Collin Moore is firmly planted in the bluegrass he started playing as a boy growing up in the hills of East Tennessee. He began learning tunes at an early age from his mother, an accomplished fiddler and ballad singer, and cut his teeth playing guitar, bass, and mandolin with various bluegrass bands in Tennessee and Montana. Over the years, Elise and Collin have collaborated with numerous string players and toured the Southeast, Midwest, and Northwest United States as a duo or as members of other projects.

Big Sadie earned its name in early 2014 when the duo teamed up with fiddler Jess McIntosh after a chance meeting at a Sunday afternoon old-time jam. The trio instantly bonded over shared influences and how seamlessly their playing and singing melded together. A proper band name seemed like an appropriate way to mark the new partnership and Big Sadie was born. Jess hails from Southeast Wisconsin and teaches fiddle at the Old Town School of Folk Music. A lifelong and versatile musician, she comfortably moves between genres and contributes a unique depth and energy when she appears with the duo.

Andy Malloy, a native Oklahoman and mainstay of Chicago's vibrant bluegrass scene, frequently lends his expressive banjo playing to the group. Multi-instrumentalist and music educator Matt Brown also regularly appears on fiddle in the Big Sadie lineup. Whether performing as a duo, trio, or a full band with twin fiddles, resonator banjo, and a mandolin or dobro, Big Sadie is defined by rustic yet sophisticated instrumental arrangements and rich, intricate harmonies. From original compositions and traditional tunes to renditions of rock songs filtered through their brand of bluegrass, Big Sadie’s music is simultaneously haunting, unifying, and uplifting.
Cochino Y Los Pistoleros
Cochino Y Los Pistoleros
Through barroom bands and brawls, drunken misadventures, illegal activities, terrible horsemanship and some charismatic gun play, the Pistoleros came to the attention of a gruesome creature (feared by all, loved by none) known only as “Cochino”. Cochino surrounds himself with the best of the worst. He loves only music, liquor, guns, weed, and women (in that order). In his travels he discovered a band whose players had all the most detestable qualities: the Pistoleros. He hired them to be the house band in his favorite brothel: the Dry Gulch Saloon. Out of the smoke stained walls, beer soaked floors and dim, sweaty bedrooms came the sounds of none other than the likes of Cochino y los Pistoleros. The rest is stuff of legend and history in the making. (tall tales included
Coyote Riot
Coyote Riot
Coyote Riot has its roots set deep in old folk and country/blue grass string sounds of the past and present. The twang of the rockabilly stile guitar sits nicely with the pluc of the bass and the chuck of the tenor banjo, while the harmonica and fiddle harmonize like crickets in heat. A recipe gaurenteed to have you hootin and hollerin with your foot-a-stompin.
Gin Palace Jesters
Gin Palace Jesters
"Chicago's original honky-tonk fools," the Gin Palace Jesters are purveyors of the finest in hard hitting hillbilly Honky-tonk, Country Boogie and Western Swing . Infused with a deep and sincere fondness for all traditional American musical styles, the sound of the Gin Palace Jesters could best be described as being akin to the sounds of Country Music's "Golden" age. Although a portion of their live performances come from their vast catalog of the Hillbilly & Country Hit Parade, these boys are not mere followers or imitators. They also posses the talent of 3 songwriters performing original novelty numbers, heartfelt love songs, honky-tonk weepers, drinking songs and dark ballads. Delivering 3 and 4 part country harmony, the Gin Palace Jesters prove that authentic country and cowboy music can still hold validity in both traditional songs as well as brand new originals. The Gin Palace Jesters are a true authentic American band often seen holding court where the thrones are bar stools, the lights are made of neon, the holy spirits are served on the rocks, and Hank Williams is King.
Girls of the Golden West
Girls of the Golden West
Girls of the Golden West is Marydee Reynolds and Amalea Tschilds, re creating the music of Marydee's great aunt Millie, who along with her sister Dolly became one of the first successful female country acts in history, recording and touring throughout the US in post depression America.They are available as a duo and as a full band with Joe Adamik Elise Bergman and Justin Matthew Brown
You might find Chicago native Amalea Tshilds hosting a sing-along, performing her recent project Pollyanna Vox, a multi voice group or playing solo with accompaniment of vocal loops, guitar, piano. As of 2016 she is happily keeping busy writing music and playing with a variety of local favorites— The Paulina Hollers, the Girls of the Golden West, Jim Becker Group, and Nora O’Connor to name a few.
New York native Marydee Reynolds relocated to the Windy City to record for the legendary Wax Trax ! label in the 90s and she has worked with variety of artists from D# and Lisa Germano to Bill Rieflin and Jim Thirwell. She has written music for various film and television soundtracks and her work has been featured on Fox, The WB and MTV.
Tim Menard
Tim Menard
This singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist has been entertaining audiences throughout America for 36 years. Tim's musical proficiency, introspective songs, smokey tenor voice and variety of bands make him a musician to be reckoned with.
Glass Mountain
Glass Mountain
Inspired by a love of old-time and early country, the women of Glass Mountain make music that captures the grit and beauty of the American folk tradition. The trio of singers and multi-instrumentalists first met through their involvement in Chicago’s folk music scene, and quickly found a kinship playing heartsick love songs, dark mountain ballads, and blazing fiddle tunes. They each bring a different musical vision and experience - with backgrounds in classical performance, old-time jams, and the singer-songwriter circuit - to create a sound that both celebrates and moves beyond the traditional.
The Mountainaires
The Mountainaires
Jon Williams and Kenneth P.W. Rainey are the Mountainaires! The Chicago-based duo use guitar, mandolin, and lots of close harmony to mine the deep country tradition of 30s/40s brother acts the Delmores, Louvins, and Monroes. Both Mountainaires are also members of the renowned western swing group the Chandelier Swingers. Jon also plays various instruments with local groups the Hat Stretchers and the Peter Joly Group, while Kip stays busy with the Golden Horse Ranch Band, Mar Caribe, and the Last Kind Words.

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Venue Information:
The Hideout
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642
http://www.hideoutchicago.com