Kristina Cottone ‘Honey and the 45’s’ Sips ‘The Honey Bee’ at Chicago Q | Brews and Bands

Michael Heidemann with Kristina Cottone 'Honey and the 45's' [Brews and Bands]

Kristina Cottone of Honey and the 45’s takes on some serious sips over some serious question while enjoying “The Honey Bee” at her favorite local go to spot, Chicago Q.  Sound Sessions host, Michael Heidemann shares a drink with the sweet, soulful singer as she explains what inspires her music and her connection to the city of Chicago.  Ben Morphis, the General Manager of Chicago Q, gives us insight into his background and where the idea of Chicago Q’s Aqustic Night was conceived.  After enjoying “The Honey Bee” Kristina Cottone performs an acoustic version of her new song “Passerby”.

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WGN RADIO’s Sound Sessions, Chicago’s premiere music based podcast for WGN Radio Chicago — Recent guests on our podcast include Thrice, Mastodon, Third Eye Blind, Victor Wooten, Thundercat, Royal Blood, Flux Pavilion, Andrew WK, and others . WGN RADIO CHICAGO’s Sound Sessions is Chicago’s premiere music podcast. Distributed on the Nationally Broadcasted Radio Station: WGN RADIO Chicago (Tribune Broadcasting).  Hosted by nationally known music journalist and radio host, Michael Heidemann – Sound Sessions connects listeners with their favorite artists who are performing in the legendary music city of Chicago, IL.  With a vast listenership spanning 38 states and 4 countries on the dial (AM720), Sound Sessions Podcast reaches over 1 million people a day through podcast platforms and Itunes.  You can check out Sound Sessions at:


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