CANCELED: Rachel Brooke

Thu Apr 23 2020

7:00 PM

Reggies Music Joint

2105 South State Street Chicago, IL 60616

$8adv - $10dos

All Ages

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The concert featuring Rachel Brooke is canceled. Previously purchased tickets will be refunded at original point of purchase. 

Reggies Music Joint 
7pm doors / 21+ / $8adv - $10dos

MoonRunners Music Festival presents:
Rachel Brooke
Tommy Luke
RJ Halstead

CANCELED: MoonRunners Music Festival presents:
CANCELED: Rachel Brooke

  • Event Cancelled.
  • Rachel Brooke

    Rachel Brooke

    Country

    "Understanding the deep well of talent that is Rachel Brooke, “a country singer from Michigan,” will not disappoint, but she will ask you to check your more conventional expectations at the door. Your reward is a chance to join in on a midnight jaunt through graveyards and dreams, awhirl with Jungian shadows, headstrong grit, and gothic Americana being made by ladies with guns. Brooke wants clearly to walk a line between the past and present. She does just that with her high-caliber musicianship which, while not chained by tradition, is unabashed by her indebtedness to the poetic souls of the past...In terms of Rachel Brooke, Nashville will be lucky to eventually discover her, but it will always be Detroit that is really gets her." --Cat Celebrezze  Perfect Sound Forever
  • Tommy Luke

    Tommy Luke

    Country

  • RJ Halstead

    RJ Halstead

    Alternative Country

    You wouldn’t expect an Americana/Country singer songwriter to have grown up hating country. Nor would you expect him to have only picked up the guitar seriously in college after being discouraged by a childhood guitar teacher. But RJ Halstead is all those things and more. Having started out as a metal fan, worshiping at the altar of groups like Fall of Troy and Protest The Hero, he now sees his primary influences as acts like Benjamin Todd and Tyler Childers. RJ Halstead’s musical evolution is a unique one, but it has lead to a distinct vision.

    RJ Halstead came up playing his homemade cigar box guitar everywhere from intimate house shows and dive bars to major festivals. He understands the spirit of his home in the Midwest. When you come from a town as tiny as Dalzell, IL (Population 500) surrounded by corn and bean fields you get a real sense of what makes the people around you click. It’s what inspired him to pick up a bass in high school, and then
    once more dedicate himself to the guitar with a passion in college. This evolved into nightly concerts for his wife and cat before eventually taking the stage. Perhaps all that is why when he auditioned to perform at Summerfest 2019 he was a shoe in.

    Now RJ Halstead is looking to the future. His debut EP, Feed Me Your Lies, drops on November 23rd, 2019. It promises to be a hard look at everything that has made Halstead into the musician he is today. Though a lifetime of experiences has come to shape Halstead as an artist, he has never forgotten his roots. This upcoming release speaks to that and stands as a fitting reminder of what Halstead is and always shall
    be. It represents years of passion for music turning into something wholly unexpected. Suffice it to say – RJ Halstead is here to stay.
CANCELED: MoonRunners Music Festival presents:

CANCELED: Rachel Brooke

Thu Apr 23 2020 7:00 PM

Reggies Music Joint Chicago IL
CANCELED: Rachel Brooke
  • Event Cancelled.

$8adv - $10dos All Ages

The concert featuring Rachel Brooke is canceled. Previously purchased tickets will be refunded at original point of purchase. 

Reggies Music Joint 
7pm doors / 21+ / $8adv - $10dos

MoonRunners Music Festival presents:
Rachel Brooke
Tommy Luke
RJ Halstead