Sunday Night Roots Revival, Mad Bread, Ryan Kerr, Miski Dee, Gerald Dowd

Sun Dec 10 2017

7:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Quenchers

2401 North Western Ave Chicago, IL 60647

$8.00

Ages 21+

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Sunday Night Roots Revival!

MAD BREAD

Mad Bread is a Progressive Folk & Bluegrass Band from Chicago. The band can be seen playing around the Windy City anywhere fine folk music is appreciated.

RYAN KERR

"I love writing songs. I love playing shows for listeners, listening when others are performing and actively participating in the independent music family. I am thankful for every moment that I spend with music and for being blessed with the most encouraging and understanding wife and family ever. Thank you for fueling independent music. Thank you for coming out to shows and singing so loudly. Thank you for supporting me in my endeavors."

MISKI DEE (of City Mouse)

You might know Miski from her relentlessly touring with her pop punk juggernaut City Mouse but get to know her as a soulful singer songerwriter doing stripped down versions of those songs and maybe a few surprises!

GERALD DOWD

Gerald Dowd has been described as “the hardest working drummer in Chicago” (Richard Milne, WXRT), playing on over 100 albums, and averaging 150 live dates a year around the world. In recent years, he's been releasing solo albums of original material, starting with his 2012 release, Kingsize EP. In 2014, he was the recipient of an IAP arts grant from Chicago's Dept. Of Cultural Affairs/Special Events (DCASE), which led to his first full-length solo album, Home Now, produced by Grammy-nominated producer Liam Davis, and featuring, among others, Chicago legends Robbie Fulks and Nora O'Connor. To celebrate the release, he held a benefit concert at which he played for 13 hours straight with 16 different bands, raising over $10,000 for the Greater Chicago Food Depository.

Sunday Night Roots Revival
Mad Bread, Ryan Kerr, Miski Dee, Gerald Dowd

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  • Sunday Night Roots Revival

    Sunday Night Roots Revival

    Alternative Roots

  • Mad Bread

    Mad Bread

    Neo-Traditional Folk

  • Ryan Kerr

    Ryan Kerr

    Singer-Songwriter

  • Miski Dee

    Miski Dee

    Singer-Songwriter

  • Gerald Dowd

    Gerald Dowd

    Singer-Songwriter

Sunday Night Roots Revival
Mad Bread, Ryan Kerr, Miski Dee, Gerald Dowd

Sun Dec 10 2017 7:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Quenchers Chicago IL
Sunday Night Roots Revival, Mad Bread, Ryan Kerr, Miski Dee, Gerald Dowd
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$8.00 Ages 21+

Sunday Night Roots Revival!

MAD BREAD

Mad Bread is a Progressive Folk & Bluegrass Band from Chicago. The band can be seen playing around the Windy City anywhere fine folk music is appreciated.

RYAN KERR

"I love writing songs. I love playing shows for listeners, listening when others are performing and actively participating in the independent music family. I am thankful for every moment that I spend with music and for being blessed with the most encouraging and understanding wife and family ever. Thank you for fueling independent music. Thank you for coming out to shows and singing so loudly. Thank you for supporting me in my endeavors."

MISKI DEE (of City Mouse)

You might know Miski from her relentlessly touring with her pop punk juggernaut City Mouse but get to know her as a soulful singer songerwriter doing stripped down versions of those songs and maybe a few surprises!

GERALD DOWD

Gerald Dowd has been described as “the hardest working drummer in Chicago” (Richard Milne, WXRT), playing on over 100 albums, and averaging 150 live dates a year around the world. In recent years, he's been releasing solo albums of original material, starting with his 2012 release, Kingsize EP. In 2014, he was the recipient of an IAP arts grant from Chicago's Dept. Of Cultural Affairs/Special Events (DCASE), which led to his first full-length solo album, Home Now, produced by Grammy-nominated producer Liam Davis, and featuring, among others, Chicago legends Robbie Fulks and Nora O'Connor. To celebrate the release, he held a benefit concert at which he played for 13 hours straight with 16 different bands, raising over $10,000 for the Greater Chicago Food Depository.