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Kerosene Stars with Somebody's Darling

Reggies Music Joint, State Street, Chicago

Someonbody's Darling describes themselves as: "Think My Morning Jacket fronted by a woman...or Alabama Shakes if they'd been born in Texas."

Can't go wrong with that. We're looking forward to playing this show.

$10 Age limit: 21+



Kerosene Stars plays IPO Festival

Red Line Tap, 7006 N. Glenwood, Chicago, IL

International Pop Overthrow 2015!!

We play during the DAY on Sunday, April 19th @ 2pm. Come day drink with us!




Kerosene Stars W/Matthew Francis Andersen

Friendly Tap, 6733 W. Roosevelt, Berwyn

No cover! Local singer-songwriter Matthew Francis Andersen opens the show. Kerosene Stars will play after until we run out of material...

$0!! Age limit: 21+


Kerosene Stars, Mirror Coat, Certain Stars

Empty Bottle, western, Chicago, IL

EARLY SHOW! Doors @ 6:30. Show starts at 7. Only $5.

Certain Stars Mirror coat Kerosene Stars

$5 Age limit: 21+



Kerosene Stars & The Western

The Burlington, Fullerton, Chicago

Kerosene Stars opens the show with ZooKeeper, Croquet & The Western.

Age limit: 21+



Kerosene Stars opens for Siegel-Schwall Band

The Promontory, 5311 S. Lake Park Ave, Chicago, IL

In the early 1960s when the emerging British Invasion bands began interpreting Chicago-style electric blues, young white musicians in Chicago had similar ideas, but better resources to draw upon. This movement (popularized by a Hyde Park native, the late Paul Butterfield) saw young, often integrated bands playing alongside blues legends in South Side clubs. The most enduring act to emerge from that scene was The Siegel-Schwall Band, featuring Corky Siegel on harmonica and piano and Jim Schwall on guitar. Playing their regular gig at Pepper’s Lounge in Bronzeville, the band shared the stage with Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Howlin’ Wolf and scores of others, and by the late sixties they were an important recording and touring group. During this time period they performed the genre-defying “Three Pieces for Blues Band and Symphony Orchestra” the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra (Siegel continues to explore the crossroads of classical and American roots music with his Chamber Blues project). Though inactive from the mid-70s until the mid-80s, the band has reemerged as a crowd-pleasing favorite. With a lineup rounded out by A.A.C.M. member/Sun Ra collaborator Rollo Radford on bass and Chess Records legend Sam Lay on drums, the 21st Century Siegel-Schwall Band is as potent as ever, and we are honored to welcome them back to the South Side.

Age limit: 21+


Kerosene Stars

27 Live, Evanston

With Sarah and the Crosscuts & Joshua Staar.

Age limit: 21+


Kerosene Stars

Uncommon Ground , N. Clark, Chicago, IL

A tribute to David Bowie. This show will feature Andy and Scott as a duo. Lots of good players that night so call ahead and get there early for dinner. 773-929-3680

$10, proceeds go to "Rock for kids" Age limit: All ages