The Hemispheres, Expo'76, The Congregation, INXX, DJ Miranda Lange

BRASS INFERNO PRODUCTIONS presents: Justin Amolsch turns 40!!!

The Hemispheres

Expo'76

The Congregation

INXX

DJ Miranda Lange

Thu, March 23, 2017

8:00 pm

The Hideout

Chicago, IL

$16.00

Tickets at the Door

The Hemispheres
The Hemispheres perform an eclectic selection of Soul/Motown and R&B standards, along with a few dusty gems for good measure! The showmanship of Todd Hembrook and The Hemispheres is truly unsurpassed. A full 9 piece band gets the dance floor moving and will leave you wanting more.

With over 12 years of playing experience, The Hemispheres are committed to re-creating this timeless music with the same passion as it was originally recorded. Whether playing a club date, a wedding, or a private event, The Hemispheres will bring you back in time with each performance and ensure that everyone in the audience is having as much fun as they are on stage.
Expo'76
Expo'76
Expo’76 is made up of four lifers who don’t need to be in another band, but still can’t quite help themselves. Their weakness is your gain, and on any given night you’ll hear them gleefully careening from ‘70s AM radio ear candy into walloping road house beer guzzling dance tunes; they’ll chime their way through a New Wave nugget with the same exuberance that they slap around a swinging, jazzy blues number or a folk revival sing-along. Irrepressible, unstoppable, 100% unironic, and actually quite unbelievable at times, Expo’76 won’t take your requests, because they’re already playing them. But you can still shout them out.
The Congregation
The Congregation
Classic soul meets rock & roll in this dynamic eight-piece collective from Chicago. The Congregation features Gina Bloom, a singer whose raw and powerful vocals are underscored by Charlie Wayne’s dynamic guitar riffs, the band’s rock and soul rhythm section and the lively call and response of a three-piece horn section. When it comes to the songwriting, you won’t find any sugarcoated love songs here–you’ll get a little bit of longing and a whole lot of wronging.

"Record Collection", the Congregation's upcoming album release, is a love letter to the classic rock and R&B records that have shaped the band's sound since they arrived on the scene as one of Chicago Tribune's “11 Bands to Watch in 2011”. The record is an eagerly awaited follow-up to their debut album "Right Now Everything" which was featured in the Chicago Sun-Times as one of the ten best local releases of 2012 and hailed as an "instant classic" by The Deli Magazine. While the Congregation's band members feel most at home on the small stages of Chicago, the band's stop-and-take-notice sound and electrifying live sets have earned them the opportunity to perform on stadium bills with acts like Wilco and the Flaming Lips and on the small screen with appearances on ABC7's "Windy City Live", WGN's "Music Lounge", Science Channel's "Through The Wormhole with Morgan Freeman" and BBC's "Horizon".

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