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Jay Bolotin | Picnics on the Porch
Girls of the Golden West
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642
This event is 21 and over
Picnics on the Porch
The Hideout and All Together Now have teamed up for a very special food and music series every Friday at 6pm during the summer come by for picnic meals and snacks, acoustic music curated by The Hideout, and drink specials available from Deep Eddy Vodka. Grab a blanket (or borrow one of ours) and enjoy the warm weather with us.
Jay Bolotin was revered by his peers Kris Kristoferson, Merle Haggard, and Mickey Newbury in Nashville in the 70s but while Bolotin never gathered the same commercial success in his music career, his songs were praised by so many in that vibrant Tennessee town. Recently Numero Group included him on their "Wayfairing Strangers" series, and even more remarkable, Delmore Recordings unearthed recordings even Jay had nearly forgotten in an album called "No One Seemed To Notice that It's Raining". Now Bolotin plays his first Chicago show in over 40 years, brushing off some of those gems left in the vault for so long.
All Together Now
All Together Now is a funky bottle shop and all-day eatery and market in Chicago’s Ukrainian Village neighborhood that's about good people sharing good food. Their bright, herbaceous menu spotlights produce from Upper Midwest farms and Underground Meats' smoked and cured meats, alongside a thoughtful selection of provisions: natural wine, tasty easy beer, small-producer cheese, artisan charcuterie and multi-roaster coffee.
Girls of the Golden West
Girls of the Golden West is Marydee Reynolds and Amalea Tschilds, re creating the music of Marydee's great aunt Millie, who along with her sister Dolly became one of the first successful female country acts in history, recording and touring throughout the US in post depression America.They are available as a duo and as a full band with Joe Adamik Elise Bergman and Justin Matthew Brown
You might find Chicago native Amalea Tshilds hosting a sing-along, performing her recent project Pollyanna Vox, a multi voice group or playing solo with accompaniment of vocal loops, guitar, piano. As of 2016 she is happily keeping busy writing music and playing with a variety of local favorites— The Paulina Hollers, the Girls of the Golden West, Jim Becker Group, and Nora O’Connor to name a few.
New York native Marydee Reynolds relocated to the Windy City to record for the legendary Wax Trax ! label in the 90s and she has worked with variety of artists from D# and Lisa Germano to Bill Rieflin and Jim Thirwell. She has written music for various film and television soundtracks and her work has been featured on Fox, The WB and MTV.