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Kerosene Stars video release show

Fulton Arts Collective, 1821 W. Hubbard Street, Chicago, IL

Local Chicago rock band Kerosene Stars and filmmaker Eden Ames are teaming up to present Indie Tangle, an arts event featuring emerging and independent artists from all across Chicago. The festival will feature the first public release of the official "Talk Talk" music video which is also being funded by this project.

Also appearing: St. Mojo, Our Fathers & Kayla Boye with art on display by various local artists.

Kerosene Stars with The Most Beautiful Losers (OH)

Reggies Music Joint, 2105 S. State Street, Chicago IL

From the Losers website:

Loud and sweaty. Quiet and hoarse. Ragged and glorious. Just as bands like The Replacements and Uncle Tupelo did, The Most Beautiful Losers play for the people. They love the dark. They like the dirge. They ride that razors edge between falling apart and blowing your mind. It's as simple as that. They write genuine heart on your sleeve blue-collar songs for overeducated slackers. With a live show that is nothing short of passionate, this band refuses to lay down and die. Come out and lose your mind. Come out and buy them a beer. Come out and sing until you are coughing up blood.They will be.


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 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+