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Reggie's Rock Club (map)
2109 S. State St.
Near South Side
phone 312-949-0121

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Loris

Tue., April 22, 10 p.m.
Bar DeVille (map)
701 N. Damen Ave.
Ukrainian Village/East Village
phone 312-929-2349

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Whistler (map)
2421 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Logan Square
phone 773-227-3530

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Rempis/Abrams/Ra Trio

Fri., May 30, 9:30 p.m.
Constellation (map)
3111 N. Western Ave.
Roscoe Village

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Constellation (map)
3111 N. Western Ave.
Roscoe Village

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Lincoln Hall (map)
2424 N. Lincoln Ave.
Lincoln Park
phone 773-525-2501

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Nick Millevoi, Eric Carbonara, Joey Molinaro, Michael Vallera

Sat., April 19, 9:30 p.m.

Guitarist, composer, and engineer Eric Carbonara has played with and recorded the late Jack Rose, and he contributed a track to the fifth volume of Imaginational Anthem (Tompkins Square), a periodical compendium of folk-derived solo acoustic guitar. But he doesn’t trade in the American Primitive style that Rose championed (and that the Imaginational Anthem records have often documented); on his latest albums, both of which collect mostly improvised duos with harpist Jesse Sparhawk, Carbonara plays mainly upright chaturangui, a guitar-sitar hybrid developed by Debashish Bhattacharya whose expanded tonal range and resonating sympathetic strings are well suited to Hindustani classical music. But Carbonara doesn’t play Hindustani classical either; his briskly paced, purposefully winding lines owe more to flamenco and West African guitar music. For this show he’ll bring a semiacoustic arch-top guitar, which will allow him to balance an acoustic instrument’s clarity and tone with flickering drones and a bit of grimy distortion. —Bill Meyer $6 suggested donation

Elastic (map)
2830 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Avondale
phone 773-772-3616
Nick Millevoi, Eric Carbonara, Joey Molinaro, Michael Vallera

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