The Band Avon Dale, Curious Grace & Black Rabbit, Lost Stars


July 21 - 07:00 pm


July 22 - 01:00 am

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Elbo Room


Saturday, July 21

2871 N Lincoln Ave

Chicago, IL, 60657

$9 ADV / $10 DOS

// 21+

The Band Avon Dale

Avon Dale is a Memphis-based, rootsy rock band with a touch of soul. A four piece band featuring a dynamic rhythm section, dual guitar work, and soulful vocals, that range from tender and plaintive, to gritty and beseeching. A powerful live act, Avon Dale meshes concise rock ballads with lengthy improvisational jams. With a raw energetic presence, the band is quickly gaining followers in rock and jam band circles alike and becoming a Memphis must see act.

Curious Grace & Black Rabbit

Curious Grace & Black Rabbit is the newest indie art rock collective featuring the work of husband-wife songwriting duo Tom and Mary Erangey. It’s a music-melding experience that unites the talents of six performers who draw on everything from 70s/80s Brit rock, jazz, and classical, to Irish traditional, show tunes, and metal rock.

Lost Stars

Lost Stars can best be described as a young alternative pop band based in Nashville, TN comprised of three guys with Midwest roots, Kansas roots if you want to get specific. With influences from bands like The 1975 and Imagine Dragons, the dynamic group is known for their lyrically driven songs that crossover pop, rock, dance, and indie styles to create a truly unique sound. In their first year as a band, Lost Stars released their debut EP, Dreaming in the Dark, introducing the Nashville music scene to a new brand of pop music. Shortly after in the spring of 2017, Damian Malnar (vocals/keys), Charley Holden (guitar), and Trey Warner (guitar) went on tour for the first time, hitting places like Kansas City, Chicago, St. Louis and Atlanta. During this time they opened up for heavy hitting indie bands like Coin and ARIZONA, gaining thousands of new fans along the way. Since their first successful tour, they’ve released a follow-up single, “It Only Takes One”, booked a second tour, signed a sync licensing deal, and continue to work on new music.