The Sometimes Family

Double Door Welcomes

The Sometimes Family

Lindsay Weinberg (CD Release), Wait, What?, DJRC

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

That's right, The Sometimes Family AND Lindsay Weinberg are both celebrating the release of their new records at this show! Let's party.

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The Sometimes Family
The Sometimes Family
The Sometimes Family is an upbeat soul band with old-fashioned backup harmonies, strong bass lines, and songs that might remind you of your parents’ music – or your last bad relationship. With spot-on "today" lyrics and a pitch-perfect "yesterday" sound, the band's songs range from mournful and understated to danceable and fun. The Sometimes Family aims to get you out of your seat and onto the dance floor, but also might make you remember those dark times (oh, the heartbreaks and rejections we all know so well…) enough to go order another drink at the bar.
Lindsay Weinberg (CD Release)
Lindsay Weinberg (CD Release)
"The bright spark of Lindsay Weinberg's childlike enthusiasm is
balanced by the knowing glint in her eye. Her voice is big, her songs honest, her piano playing punchy. On her debut album, Skyscraper Queen of the Midwest, complicated progressions and cheeky lyrics blend into effortless hooks that stick with you long after the show. Lindsay's catchy sound is bolstered by a dozen fellow musicians from Chicago's Old Town School of Folk Music, bringing a harmonic energy as strong as
the wind whipping off Lake Michigan, focused down city streets, and channeled directly into your heartbeat."
Wait, What?
Wait, What?
homemade indie rock
DJRC
DJRC
DJRC kicked off 2012 by performing two back-to-back shows with JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound on New Years Eve and has since performed with Poi Dog Pondering, Céu, The Right Now, as well as culinary events, Baconfest Chicago and Toon's Bar crawfish boils.

DJRC has opened for such legendary acts as Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, Trombone Shorty, Nikka Costa, Rebirth Brass Band, Aloe Blacc, and Clyde Stubblefield. In 2011, he performed at Wicker Park Fest, a North Coast Music Fest after-party with The New Mastersounds, and Taste of Lincoln Avenue.

Supporting Chicago’s own music scene performing with bands such as JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound, Van Ghost, The Right Now, Bumpus, JT & the Clouds, Akasha, and the Chicago Roots Collective, DJRC regularly performs at venues throughout the city, including Lincoln Hall, Schubas, Double Door, Martyrs, and Empty Bottle.
Venue Information:
Double Door
1572 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL, 60622
http://doubledoor.com