A Celebration of Black Sabbath and Dolly Parton
Void of Sabbath: Black Dolly Rue
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642
Doors 9:00 PM / Show 10:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Black Dolly Rue
(2 separate sets, 6 Dolly Parton songs)
Void of Sabbath returns again this year, this time to celebrate the music of not only Black Sabbath, but the legendary Dolly Parton.
Honoring the catalogs of Black Sabbath and Dolly Parton is not just a way to celebrate two of the most influential artists of their respective genres. It’s an opportunity for catharsis and healing. Universal themes of love, light and darkness make both artists exceptional bookends for an evening that will summon the pure, angelic joy of Dolly Parton followed by the infectious cataclysm of Black Sabbath.
Void of Sabbath
VOID OF SABBATH is a collective of Chicago musicians honoring the music of Black Sabbath. The band made its debut in October 2018 opening with a set of 5 classic ABBA hits before a sold-out audience at the Hideout and featured leading players from Califone, Pinebender, Redgrave, Hujo, and The Judy Green.
Angie Mead is the lead singer and guitarist for the Chicago rock duo Redgrave. Her music has been featured in episodes of the HBO series Shameless, Barry, and Mr. Mercedes. She’ll be featured singing in the upcoming soundtrack written and performed by Tim Rutili and members of Califone for the Harris Theater dance production of Echo Mine, premiering December 7th, 2019. She will be the lead singer in both the Black Sabbath and Dolly Parton sets.
JIM BECKER i is a musician, songwriter, producer, and sound engineer who has played around the world since the 1980s. He has recorded and collaborated with a long list of rock, folk, and experimental bands including Califone, Iron & Wine, Dirty Three, Scott Tuma, and Bitchin' Bajas. He is the founding member of The Paulina Hollers, with Lea Tshilds since 1996. Jim plays banjo, fiddle, mandolin, and is known for his original improvisations and use of effects and draws from a wide range of inspirations, from classic rock to Appalachian music. Jim has been a member of Mind Over Mirrors since 2016.
REID COKER is a songwriter and musician who has fronted the groups The Judy Green and Billy Blake and the Vagabonds. He has played, recorded and toured the US, Europe and Canada with Califone, Fruit Bats, Tijuana Hercules, and The Bitter Tears.
STEPHEN HOWARD is a multi-instrumentalist and long-standing zither player for Chicago's Blue Man Group. He also plays with Pinebender, William Elliott Witmore, Tight Phantomz, and David Zollo. He is also the founding drummer in Redgrave.
ADAM VIDA is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, improviser, and producer. After attending the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Adam moved to Chicago in 1997 where he has performed and recorded with various rock, jazz, improvised, and experimental music projects (U.S. Maple, Singer, Azita, Dhalgren, DRMWPN, Tim Stine Trio, Redmoon Theater, Singleman Affair, Central Falls, Ken Vandermark). He has toured extensively throughout North America and Europe with various projects.