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Holy Moly, SXSW bands have been sent off

Boy, Saturday was a fun. Our president-in-exile (self-proclaimed) graced us all with more than a few band intros, loads of people came out, lots of beer was spoken for, and lots of fun was had. Here are a few echos of the event from around the interwebs… The Trib has a recap here if you […]

“If you’ve done House of Blues, try The Hideout” in Chicago Tribune

“You won’t find flashy signage or beefy, uniformed bouncers at the Hideout, a rustic little music shack that sits on a gravel yard and glows warmly amid its steely industrial neighbors. You’re more likely to find a pale hipster checking IDs at this bar and venue that hosts weekly lit-friendly performances and alt-folk nights, indie-rock […]

Sarah Staskauskas in Chicago Tribune Magazine by Ellen Warren

Ellen Warren’s Tribune Magazine “Just One Thing” feature article “Organ Transplant” includes Hideout bartender Sarah Staskauskas’ successful Los Angeles based fashion design business, and how it changed in an “organic” way at the Hideout Holiday Sale in years past.

Tribune “Be It Resolved” on The Hideout

A nice article in the January 11th Tribune called “Be It Resolved” says… New Year, new you, right? We don’t presume to tell you what to do, but we know this: New Year’s Resolutions were made to be broken. And now that you’ve messed up most of yours, we have some that aren’t at all […]

Kevin Williams Chicago Tribune… “spend a great week at The Hideout”

Kevin Williams’ Tribune For less than $50, spend a great week at The Hideout points out plenty of reasons it’s a bargain to attend the shows happening here at The Hideout between Friday and next Thursday. He lists Retribution Gospel Choir on Friday, Chicago Underground Duo on Saturday, Robbie Fulks on Monday, Peter Brötzman on […]

3 Chicago music-scene regulars play high-stakes gig in Obama administration

Greg Kot’s Tribune Turn It Up 3 Chicago music-scene regulars play high-stakes gig in Obama administration is an interesting read that features the Hideout’s Tim Tuten along with Peter Cunningham and Dan Lurie. Thanks, Greg!