He’s not a household name, but the music executive and producer known as No I.D. is a major behind-the-scenes player. Meet the Chicago music producer who has recorded Kanye West, Jay-Z and others.
Meet the Chicago-area native who is the songwriter behind some of pop music’s biggest hits.
Soaring harmonies and grinding guitars combine on a new record by a dynamic Chicago duo. We visit the basement headquarters of Ohmme.
Alligator recording artist and 2016 Blues Hall of Fame inductee Edward Harrington, aka Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater, died Friday of heart failure, his family reports. He was 83 years old.
He wrote a multitude of Motown classics, and now he’s working with Chicago Children’s Theatre. Legendary songwriter Lamont Dozier and his son talk about their new musical “Last Stop on Market Street.”
The young musician joins us in conversation and performance ahead of her Chicago professional debut with the Chicago Sinfonietta next month.
At age 91, the jazz guitarist is a living legend from Chicago’s first family of music. We pay him a visit.
A local jazz singer joins us for her take on the musical compositions of Fred Rogers, the late host of the eponymous children’s show “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.”
Lyric Opera of Chicago marks the 100th birthday of Leonard Bernstein with a special concert this weekend featuring among others, the Broadway star, Tony Award nominee and Evanston native who joins us.
She is taking the opera world by storm, and she’s here to show us why. Janai Brugger of Darien joins us in conversation and performance.
He has been called “The Bruce Springsteen of Israel.” But unlike the Boss, David Broza can sing in four languages and plays a mean flamenco guitar. David Broza joins us in conversation and performance.
Taylor Bennett talks about his rising rap career, and the inevitable comparisons with his brother, Chance the Rapper.
Meet the Italian composer and pianist who traveled to the Arctic Ocean to make music—and make a point.
The world-renowned violinist joins us in conversation and performance.
Thirteen years ago, Chicago native Reginald Robinson was awarded a genius grant from the MacArthur Foundation. He joins us in discussion and performance.
Two of Chicago’s most celebrated guitar players join us in conversation and performance.