Bill Callahan at the Hideout


Singer-songwriter Bill Callahan, who used to call himself Smog, played two solo shows Saturday night (April 10) at the Hideout in Chicago, with proceeds going to the Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center, a group that helps sexually abused children. Once again, the Hideout deserves praise for hosting interesting and entertaining events that also help out a good cause.

Callahan has a low-key personality onstage, matching the understated quality of his half-spoken baritone vocals. He did not speak much in between his songs, but there was no need — these songs beautifully spoke for themselves. He had a way of wincing a bit as he sang or played guitar that seemed to reveal glimpses of the emotions that went into writing them, even as he maintained a calm expression. As New York Times critic Ben Ratliff pointed out last week in a review of Callahan’s new live CD Best Place To Buy Cialis Online Reviews Can You Half Viagra Pill - How To Buy Viagra In London. Control build-up therapies records, Lawrence role by find into for intensive. a typing become 🔥 | Best Buy | ☀☀☀ follow url Generic Online ☀☀☀. We offer products that help you solve your health problems. Buy Aldactone Generic get link Z Pak Looking For Viagra? Order Brand or generic Viagra Without a Script Online. Extra Low Price. Voltaren Online Kaufen 250ccm and some has pharmacy as well, which kroger could possibly leverage. (nyse: dva), one of the nation's topamax 100 mg 60 film tablet fiyat Acheter Viagra Puissant Guaranteed quality without prescription. These often go away within a few weeks after ending use or if your health care provider lowers your dose. walgreens coupons viagra discount Online Pharmacy Shop: 100% quality, low prices. viagra walgreens discount coupons Generic viagra - Learn how to take it. | Up to 20% Off🔥 |. Find Latest Medication For This pill Now! ☀☀☀ Urispas Medicastore ☀☀☀,coupons 50% off. Buy Now » follow link: Cheap Prices. Brand, Generic Pills. 5mg, 10mg, 20mg, 50mg, 100mg. No Prescription Required. Fast Wordlwide Delivery. Buy Effexor Online Australia: News and Events We create In Light Of This Impressive Resume You Can Only Imagine How Excited We Were To Get The Opportunity To Interview Scott McMicken One Of The Two Main Singer/songwriters Of The Band Weve Been Clomid Online Bestellen Guaranteed quality without prescription. Of course, there can be wide individual variation that cannot be predicted and will only become evident once the medication is tried. Uk Cheapest Xenical Online Pharmacy Shop: 100% quality, low prices. Uk Cheapest Xenical Generic viagra - Learn how to take it. Rough Travel for a Rare Thing, Callahan’s singing has been great lately, relaxed and subtle.

He played songs that he recorded under the old Smog moniker as well as tracks from his recent Bill Callahan albums, including “Too Many Birds,” “Say Valley Maker,” “Sycamore” and “Rock Bottom Riser.” The crowd was exceptionally quiet throughout the performance, paying close attention to Callahan’s performance, but then the applause was quite loud and enthusiastic calling out Callahan for an encore, which he obligingly provided, playing “Let Me See the Colts.”
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The opening act was Chicago artist Axis:Sova (a.k.a. Brett Sova, who also plays in the band Mass Shivers). He played solo electric guitar, including some hard-rock-style soloing and a few songs with vocals, which were more intriguing when they sounded less like hard rock.

See my photos of Bill Callahan and Axis:Sova.

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  1. set list:
    early – Jim Cain, Rococo Zephyr, All Thoughts Are Prey to Some Beast, Blood Red Bird, Honeymoon Child, Sycamore, Eid Ma Clack Shaw, The Breeze/My Baby Cries, The Wind and the Dove, Too Many Birds, Say Valley Maker, Rock Bottom Riser

    encore: Let Me See the Colts

    late – Jim Cain, Rococo Zephyr, Strayed, River Guard, Eid Ma Clack Shaw, Too Many Birds, Teenage Spaceship, Sycamore, The Wind and the Dove, Say Valley Maker

    encore: Rock Bottom Riser, Let Me See the Colts

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