On Sale Now! On Dec. 6, we’re excited to welcome another installment of Dave Specter’s Adventures in Guitar. Dave and his band will join legendary guitar guru Greg Koch on-stage for what promises to be a memorable evening of six string guitar slinging.
Coming Up: This Monday, Sept. 25, Nashville-via-Toronto country singer Lindi Ortega will share a bill with fellow Nashville songwriter Andrew Combs. Ortega is on tour in support of her EP ’Til the Goin’ Gets Gone, which Rolling Stone calls “a departure from much of Ortega’s previous work…putting her haunting vocals at center stage and leaning on simple, stark production.” Combs, who Rolling Stone calls a “staple on the young Nashville Americana Scene,” explores more experimental folk textures on his third album Canyons of My Mind.
On Friday, Sept. 29, SPACE and Silver Wrapper present Wisconsin eclectic folk band Horseshoes & Hand Grenades in a co-bill with Bozeman’s Kitchen Dwellers. Watch the band’s Audiotree session here. Illinois’ own Miles Over Mountains will kick off this Friday night of bluegrass. Don’t miss out!
Strand of Oaks with Jason Anderson at SPACE | Thurs, Sept. 14, 2017 | All photos by Harvey Tillis
Corey Dennison Band at SPACE | Sun., Sept. 17, 2017 | All photos courtesy of Harvey Tillis.
Blue Mondays with Guy King | Monday, August 28, 2017 | All photos courtesy of Harvey Tillis
Don’t miss an intimate evening with Minnesota-based songwriter Mason Jennings, performing with his duo, at SPACE this Saturday. Jennings’ “raucous, edgy” (Minneapolis Star-Tribune) new album is Wild Dark Metal. The album, whose title comes from the last line of National Book Award winner Peter Matthiessen’s novel Shadow Country (“the world is painted on a wild dark metal”) is a “fitting [title] for an album that centers on themes of love, loss, death and destruction,” continues the Star-Tribune. Read more about Jennings recent journey and reserve your tickets for the show today.
Sons of bluegrass legend Del McCoury, Ronnie McCoury on mandolin and Rob McCoury on banjo, bring their group, The Travelin’ McCourys, back to SPACE to perform music in the tradition of their father this Thursday, Aug. 10. Fans of traditional bluegrass, as well as its more-progressive offshoots, won’t want to miss this special summer roots concert! Reserve your tickets today.
Marcia Ball | August 1, 2017 | Photos by Harvey Tillis
Meshell Ndegeocello | Friday, July 28, 2017 | Photos by Harvey Tillis
93XRT welcomes Robert Randolph and The Family Band to SPACE on Sept. 7! Don’t miss this chance to see the funk-soul steel guitarist and his band bring the party to our intimate space. Grab your tickets on Friday at 10 a.m.
On Oct. 3, Shovels & Rope come to SPACE for a very intimate evening. Reserve your tickets tomorrow morning, as this one is sure to sell out quickly. Nashville-via-Toronto country singer Lindi Ortega will share a bill with fellow Nashville songwriter Andrew Combs at SPACE on Sept. 25. We’re excited to present Joan Shelley in concert at the club on Oct. 14, with Chicago-based experimental-folk guitarist James Elkington. Watch the Louisville folk singer’s Tiny Desk concert here.
Singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb, whose 1994 song “Stay (I Missed You)” went straight to the top of the Billboard charts, comes to SPACE on Oct. 24. Nashville indie-folk band Humming House returns to SPACE with Becca Mancari on Oct. 18. Americana singer-songwriter Michaela Anne, who supported Sam Outlaw at the club earlier this year, will return to SPACE for a headline show on Oct. 2.
SPACE and Silver Wrapper present Wisconsin eclectic folk band Horseshoes & Hand Grenades in a co-bill with Bozeman’s Kitchen Dwellers on Sept. 29. Watch the band’s Audiotree session here. Dead River Revival, helmed by JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound’s founder and guitarist Billy Bungeroth and Second City Musical Director Julie Nichols, bring their rock and soul revue to the club on Sept. 24. Grab your tickets for all these shows on Friday at 10 a.m.
Raul Malo | Tuesday, July 25, 2017 | Photos by Harvey Tillis
Kermit Ruffins | July 21, 2017 | Photos by Harvey Tillis
Bad Bad Hats | July 20, 2017 | Photos by Emily Muller