Ryan Joseph Anderson

Ryan Joseph Anderson

Becky Levi and Mike Vanier, Ty Maxon

Thu, June 7, 2018

9:00 pm

The Hideout

Chicago, IL

$10.00

Tickets at the Door

Ryan Joseph Anderson
Ryan Joseph Anderson
Ryan Joseph Anderson is known as the bandleader for the beloved Chicago roots outfit Go Long Mule, guitar slinger for garage-rockers Rambos, and as a producer, sessions man, and touring musician for a variety of artists. His influences as a songwriter range from country blues to psychedelic rock. American Songwriter said Anderson "evokes the open-tunings of Nick Drake as well as the barroom howl of Tom Waits." His debut record "The Weaver's Broom", engineered and co-produced by Andrija Tokic (Alabama Shakes, Hooray for the Riff Raff), was released in April of 2014 and was hailed as one of the best Americana records of the year. His songs have been included on "best of" lists for Daytrotter, Songpickr, and featured in Paste. He is currently working on his sophomore release due out in 2017.
Becky Levi and Mike Vanier
Becky Levi and Mike Vanier
Becky and Mike share a love for country music and the transformative power of live shows. These Chicago natives fused their love of Roots Music, Jazz and Americana to create an Indie Americana sound featuring powerful vocal harmonies and unforgettable.
Ty Maxon
Ty Maxon
Ty Maxon is a Michigan native but calls Chicago home these days. He has recently been featured on NPR's The Morning Shift as well as Daytrotter who named Maxon's "I Will Die Tonight" one of the best songs of 2014. He is currently recording his next full-length LP, "Rooms Within Rooms," to be released later this year.

Last year’s Calling of the Crows—whose stripped-down instrumentation and backwoods, swampy folk give it moments of bare darkness—opens with its best track, so that I was sold right away. “To Theoda” is a frail yarn, with Ryan Suzuka’s harmonica weaving through guitar and banjo, and Maxon commands it totally, not only with his beautiful guitar melody but also with the way he holds on to his notes when he sings—it’s as though he’s trying to get you to gently cock your head and listen in.
—The Chicago Reader

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