Tonight on Nocturnal Journal:
Host Dave Hoekstra is joined by Long time Chicago promoter Ron Onesti in our Allstate Skyline Studios to discuss his two new projects: reopening the 1925 Art Deco Des Plaines Theatre and Wild West/rockability theme in Union, Illinois.
For more information on Ron’s venues go to arcadalive.com.
The President of Willie Dixon’s Blues Heaven Foundation Jackie Dixon and Director of Janine Judge joins the conversation in the studio to tell us all about updates at the historic Chess Records studio and the upcoming Rolling Stones photo exhibit.
Be sure to go check out Willie Dixon’s Blue Heaven Foundation in person during their Rolling Stones exhibit, “The Rolling Stones at Chess,” June 5th at 2120 S. Michigan Ave.
For more information on Willie Dixon’s Blues Heaven Foundation and their upcoming events, go to bluesheaven.com.
Plus, Robert Rolfe Feddersen and his band perform LIVE in our Allstate Performance Studios. Keep an eye out for his new album “Pepper in His Heart” produced by legendary Steve Albini. Feddersen is accompanied by Terri Ann Feddersen on percussion, Ingrid Schinnoski on fiddle and violin and Rick “The Shadow” Haehnlien on acoustic bass.
The band tells us all about how they got started and the history that inspires them to continue to play.
For more information on Robert Rolfe Feddersen visit robertrolfefeddersen.com.
Keep the conversation going with Dave on Twitter! @DaveHoekstra66
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