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From Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles and Herbie Hancock, to Boney James with Marcus Miller and Greta Van Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island. John Patitucci (left), Vinnie Colaiuta and Bill Cunliffe are part of a new supergroup recording Photo of Herbie Hancock courtesy Grammy.com Music fans,. Authority (CTA) buses and trains to see Downtown Chicago, F-11 Huntington Bank Pavilion. Northerly Island Park. D-5. Chicago. Architecture. Center Tours.

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Jeff Beck Adds Shows to Summer Stars Align Tour

Jeff Beck is adding concerts to his summer tour of the United States. The guitar hero now has 28 shows on his Stars Align Tour from July to August. The tour also includes dates with Heart's Ann Wilson and Free/Bad Company frontman Paul Rodgers

The former Yardbird's touring band this year includes former Frank Zappa, Sting and Herbie Hancock drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, former Prince bassist Rhonda Smith, cellist Vanessa Freebairn-Smith and vocalist Jimmy Hall

Beck's career is the subject of the recent documentary, Still on the Run: The Jeff Beck Story, which is available now. The documentary includes interviews with Beck and contemporaries Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, David Gilmour, Rod Stewart, Slash, Joe Perry, Ronnie Wood and others. 

Get more information on the Stars Align Tour here

Jeff Beck Tour Dates

July 18, 2018 - West Valley City, UT @ USANA Amphitheatre

July 20, 2018 - Irvine, CA @ Five Point Amphitheatre

July 21, 2018 - Phoenix, AZ @ Celebrity Theater * (Jeff Beck Solo)

July 22, 2018 - Chula Vista, CA @ Mattress Firm Amphitheatre

July 24, 2018 - Houston, TX @ Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land

July 25, 2018 - Dallas, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

July 26, 2018 - Austin, TX @ ACL Live -Moody Theater * (Jeff Beck Solo)

July 28, 2018 - St. Louis, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

July 29, 2018 - Chicago, IL @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

July 31, 2018 - Clarkston, MI @ DTE Energy Music Theatre

August 1, 2018 - Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage

August 3, 2018 - Boston, MA @ Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

August 4, 2018 - Camden, NJ @ BB&T Pavilion

August 5, 2018 - York, PA @ Appell Center * (Jeff Beck Solo)

August 7, 2018 - Lewiston, NY @ Art Park * (Jeff Beck w/ Ann Wilson)

August 8, 2018 - Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center

August 10, 2018 - Indianapolis, IN @ Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center

August 11, 2018 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Hall ** (Jeff Beck w/ Ann Wilson)

August 12, 2018 - Holmdel, NJ @ P.N.C. Bank Arts Center

August 14, 2018 - Wantagh, NY @ Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater

August 15, 2018 - Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre * (Jeff Beck Solo)

August 17, 2018 - Nashville, TN @ Nashville Municipal Auditorium

August 19, 2018 - Charlotte, NC @ PNC Music Pavilion

August 20, 2018 - Vienna, VA @ Wolftrap * (Jeff Beck w/Ann Wilson)

August 22, 2018 - Atlanta, GA @ Chastain Park Amphitheatre

August 23, 2018 - Jacksonville, FL @ Daily’s Place

August 25, 2018 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Coral Sky Amphitheatre

August 26, 2018 - Tampa, FL @ MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

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Источник: https://www.iheart.com/content/2018-04-30-jeff-beck-adds-to-summer-stars-align-tour/

See a show at Northerly Island this summer.

If you’re not a Lollapalooza or Pitchfork kind of person, there’s always shows at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island to get your summer dose of live music.

May 23rd – Florence and the Machine

June 4th – Anderson .Paak

June 8th & 9th – Nickelodeon Slimefest

June 14th – Coheed and Cambria and Mastodon

June 15th – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit & Father John Misty

June 16th – Vampire Weekend

June 21st – 2019 Country Lakeshake

June 27th – Third Eye Blind and Jimmy Eat World

June 28th – The National

June 29th – Brandi Carlile

July 5th – Sublime with Rome

July 11th – Joe Russo’s Almost Dead

July 13th – V103 Summer Block Party: Jill Scott, Anthony Hamilton, Mase, and Carl Thomas

July 21st – Slightly Stoopid

July 27th – Jon Bellion

July 28th – Peter Frampton

July 31st – Beck & Cage the Elephant

August 10th – Herbie Hancock and Kamasi Washington

August 14th – Best Coast: Joey Bada$$, Flatbush Zombies, The Underachievers, Kirk Knight, and Nyck Caution

August 17th – Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, Trombone Shorty, and Orleans Avenue

August 30th – North Coast Music Festival

September 7th – Social Distortion, Flogging Molly, and The Devil Makes Three

September 20th – The Avett Brothers

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Enjoy the best of pet-friendly Chicago

See superheroes at Wizard World Comic-Con

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“GRINNING FROM FEAR TO FEAR” Second City’s 43rd revue brings the laughs every Tuesday thru Sunday this month at the famed comedy club in Old Town.


DARE TO WALK ON AIR! Glass balconies put you 1,353 feet and 103 floors over The Windy City! Open daily Mar - Sept 9am - 10pm* *Saturdays open until 12am Oct Feb 10am - 8pm** **Saturdays open until 9pm Last entry is 30 minutes prior to closing www.theskydeck.com (312) 664-6203 www.LOTTONGALLERY.COM

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We Fit Chicago. Experience Chicago's unique stores for men and women, featuring expert service, innovative designs, and a comfortable fit for over 75 years. Collections from: Thierry Rabotin, Mephisto, Samuel Hubbard, BeautiFeel, Arche, Wolky, ON Running, Ilse Jacobsen, Wonders and many more.

Footwear 875 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago Delaware Entrance 312-787-6800 Plaza del Lago, 1515 Sheridan Rd, Wilmette 847-256-3545

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UNTOUCHABLE TOURS Chicago’s “original gangster tour” takes visitors on a bus ride through Prohibition-era Chicago to see the hot spots and hit spots made famous by Al Capone and his enemies and allies. Reservations recommended; private charters also available. Check website for schedule. Tickets from $35. 600 N. Clark St., 773.881.1195. www.gangstertour.com WEIRD CHICAGO TOUR See the strange side of Chicago in tours like “Devil and the White City Tour” or the “True Crime & Mystery Tour.” Tours daily; contact for schedule. $25-$40; children 10-12 $20-$30 (no children under 10 allowed). Meet at 600 N. Clark St. (at Ohio Street), 217.791.7859. El: Red to Grand www.weirdchicago.com

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knowledgeable crew-educators are unique, taking the direction of the wind as its guide. Departs from south side of Navy Pier. 600 E. Grand Ave., 312.451.2700. www.tallshipwindy.com

SHOPPING Apparel FOX’S DESIGNER OFF-PRICE Shoppers flock here for brandname women’s apparel at great prices and what Fox’s calls the “thrill of a great buy.” Looks include separates, coordinates, workwear, casual styles and activewear. Open daily. 7 W. Madison St., Second Floor, 773.281.0700; 9444 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, 847.673.8516. www.fox.com T-SHIRT DELI With an antique counter and free potato chips for everyone, this make-your-own T-shirt store is like a real deli. Choose a shirt for men, women, babies and dogs. Or go for a totebag, apron or underwear. Pick your style, then choose the message. Your order is ready in minutes. 1739 N. Damen Ave., 773.276.6266; 1482 N. Berwyn Ave., 773.561.7410. www.tshirtdeli.com UNIQLO Chicago was the lucky recipient

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of the Midwest’s first UNIQLO store, right on the Magnificent Mile. The Japan-born fast-retail chain calls its clothing “LifeWear” because it’s simple, wearable, long-lasting and classically modern. M-Sa 10 am-9 pm, Su 11 am-8 pm. 830 N. Michigan Ave., 877.486.4756. www.uniqlo.com VINCE Known for luxe, minimalist cashmere sweaters for men and women, this L.A.-based boutique is the go-to line for style mavens who want to look chic. Inside the Chicago shop you’ll also find items that complement that perfect cashmere hoodie, including leather jackets, cotton T-shirts and jeans. M-Sa 10 am-6 pm, Su noon-5 pm. 106 E. Oak St.., 312.280.6890. www.vince.com

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AMAZING LASH STUDIO No more envying the girls (or guys!) with their killer lashes. Amazing Lash Studio pros can create lavish looks with eyelash extensions that come in four styles (like “sexy” or “cute”) and even a variety of colors. Time to ditch the mascara and wake up all aflutter. 1845 N. Clybourn Ave., 773.906.4759; 334 E. Ohio St., 872.228.5274. www. amazinglashstudio.com BEAUTY & SOUL SPA This quaint by-appointment-only spot focuses on personal attention for skin and body needs. Services include skin care, relaxation, hair removal and massage. W-Su. 3600 W. Wrightwood Ave., 312.943.4388. www.beautysoulspa.com RENEW U MEDISPA Luxury medical spa offers Hydrafacial, chemical peels, botox, dermal fillers, body treatments and so much more. 233 E. Erie St.,#501, 312.929.3559. www.renewumedispa.com SPA SOAK The full-service spa is the ultimate venue for relaxation. Book a manicure, a stone therapy massage, a facial, bridal hair and makeup, or even a henna application for a few hours away

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PISTACHIOS Pistachios is an independent art jewelry and objects gallery representing over 120 cutting-edge artists both locally and across the globe. Pistachios offers a diverse selection of pieces to suit any style or budget—it’s the perfect spot to shop unique and one-of-a-kind gifts! Located at 55 E Grand Ave between Rush and Wabash. 312.595.9437, Pistachiosonline.com

RENEW U MEDISPA Premier luxury medical spa. Providing the most advanced, minimally invasive, results orientated aesthetic treatments in a safe and luxurious spa environment, with an exceptional level of customer service. Offering: Laser Skin Resurfacing, Skin Tightening, Hydrafacial, Chemical Peels, PRP, Microneedling, Laser Hair Removal, Botox, Fillers, & much more 312-929-3559. 233 E. Erie Street, Suite 501, Chicago PROMOTION

BIG BUS Big Bus Tours Chicago offers it’s riders a perfect introduction to the city. Being able to hop-on and hop-off at any of the conveniently located 13 stops allows the riders to explore the city at their own pace. Enjoy live guides from an open top bus, making your First Stop: Adventure! Stop 1: Chicago Riverwalk 98 E. Wacker Dr. PROMOTION

Department Stores/ Malls 900 N. MICHIGAN SHOPS The 900 North Michigan Shops offer six chic levels of shopping, anchored by Bloomingdale’s, along with Gucci and boutiques like J. Toor. Dining options include the Oak Tree Restaurant & Bakery. M-Sa 10 am-8 pm; Su 11 am-6 pm (some stores and restaurants may have extended hours). 900 N. Michigan Ave., 312.915.3916. www. shop900.com BLOCK 37 The Loop’s chic urban mall is home to a variety of popular shops. Look for L’Occitane en Provence and Sephora as staple Chicago boutique Akira. Hungry? Visit Magnolia Bakery and Gayle V’s Best Ever Grilled Cheese. M-Sa 10 am-8 pm, Su 11 am-6 pm. 108 N. State St., 312.261.4700. www. blockthirtyseven.com NEWCITY At the hot retail intersection of North and Clybourn, NewCity is a unique combination of residences, restaurants and stores like Saks Off Fifth, Kings Dining & Entertainment and Arclight Cinemas. 1457 N. Halsted St., 312.248.8569. El: Red to North/Clybourn www. experiencenewcity.com WATER TOWER PLACE Water Tower Place’s seven levels of shopping feature national chain stores as well as boutiques. The landmark on the Mag Mile also has plenty of entertainment and dining options. Open daily. 835 N. Michigan Ave., 312.440.3580. El: Red to Chicago www.shopwatertower.com

Galleries HILDT GALLERIES Located in the arcade of the historic Drake Hotel, Hildt Galleries specializes in fine original 19th and early 20th

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MARCHESA Dine in a Work of Art – Picasso, Miro, Gris. Delicious French Food by Didier Durand. Champagne Cave. Kitchen Table. Sidewalk Café. Chic Ambience. Warm & Welcoming Service. 535 N. Wells, 312.527.9535, www.MarchesaChicago.com

from it all. M 10 am-4 pm, Tu-Th 9 am-8 pm, F-Sa 9 am-6 pm, Su 10 am-5 pm. 1733 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773.395.9000. www. spasoakchicago.com


century through the present day British, European, and American oil paintings. M-Sa 11 am-5:30 pm. 140 E. Walton St., 312.255.0005. www. hildtgalleries.com JOEL OPPENHEIMER Boasting an unsurpassed selection of the finest examples of prints and paintings from the golden age of natural history art, this gallery places particular emphasis on the works of John James Audubon. M-Sa 10 am-6 pm. 10 E. Ohio St., 312.642.5300. El: Red to Grand www.audubonart.com KEN SAUNDERS GALLERY This gallery showcases the work of masters and emerging artists who specialize in contemporary glass sculpture. Tu-Sa 11 am-5 pm. 230 W. Superior St., 312.573.1400. www.kensaundersgallery.com

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LOTTON GALLERY This gallery features handblown glass by the Lotton family, whose patriarch, Charles Lotton, has been called “The

Tiffany of the Twenty-First Century.” Find paintings by a variety of world-renowned artists. www.lottongallery.com. 1900 North Michigan Shops, 900 N. Michigan Ave., Sixth Level, 312.664.6203. El: Red to Chicago www.audubonart.com PRIMITIVE One of the Midwest’s largest collections of authentic artifacts, furniture, textiles, jewelry and fashions from around the globe, this gallery—a mammoth four-level, 31,000-square-foot space in the West Loop—also boasts a cozy library stocked with design and ethnographic art books, a fantasy Himalayan temple, and the Buddha Room. M-Sa, 10 am-6 pm. 130 N. Jefferson St., 312.575.9600. www.beprimitive.com THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE This is one of the nation’s largest antiques galleries. The business focuses on British Colonial furniture and rare finds from the East, as well as art deco pieces from Europe. M-F 10 am-6 pm, Sa 10 am-5 pm. 330 N.

Clark St., 312.755.1266. www. goldentriangle.biz VALE CRAFT GALLERY Vale Craft Gallery features contemporary American fine craft by both local and national artists. Ongoing group exhibitions of works in clay, fiber, glass, metal and wood, plus unique jewelry. Tu-F 10:30 am-5:30 pm, Sa 11 am-5 pm. 230 W. Superior St., 312.337.3525. www.valecraftgallery.com

Shoes/Accessories HANIG’S FOOTWEAR One of Chicago’s premier sources for men’s and women’s shoes, boots and sandals, Hanig’s offers a wide range of sizes and styles from top designers. Open daily. John Hancock Center, 875 N. Michigan Ave., 312.787.6800. El: Red to Chicago; Plaza del Lago, 1515 Sheridan Road, Wilmette, 847.256.3545 www.hanigs.com NEW BALANCE Chicago’s most complete se-

lection of New Balance shoes in multiple widths, sizes and styles. Men’s widths from AA to EEEEEE; sizes from four to 20. Women’s widths from AA to EEEE; sizes from four-18. M-Sa 10 am-7 pm, Su noon-5 pm. 2369 N. Clark St., 773.384.1787. www. newbalancechicago.com

Specialty Stores ACCENT CHICAGO/ LOVE FROM CHICAGO This Chicago institution carries an innovative assortment of souvenirs. Choose from a selection of apparel plus great gifts and collectibles. Open daily. 835 N. Michigan Ave., Open M-Sa 10 am-9 pm; Su 11 am-6 pm. 312.944.1354. El: Red to Chicago; 326 E. Woodfield Mall, Schaumburg, 847.619.0077. www.lovefromcompanies.com

CHICAGO MUSIC EXCHANGE Find about 2,000 new, used and vintage axes here along with a full-service repair facility.

This building may look symmetrical, but it hasn’t been since 1930.

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Materials include wool, cotton, cashmere, fine silk, alpaca and more. Open daily. 47 W. Polk St., 312.583.9276. El: Red to Harrison www.yarnify.com

DYLAN’S CANDY BAR First opened in New York City, Chicago’s sweet-treat heaven includes endless confections, with chocolate bars galore, nostalgic candies, candy-themed merchandise, an ice cream bar and a 3D gummy printer. 663 N. Michigan Ave., 312.702.2247. www.dylanscandybar.com

606 TRAIL The 2.7-mile-long 606 Trail travels east-west, connecting Humboldt Park to Wicker Park with picturesque green space stops, art installations and access points to explore the diverse northwest side. Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland Ave., to Ridgeway Trailhead, 1801 N. Ridgeway Ave., 312.742.4622. www.the606.org

PISTACHIOS This contemporary jewelry and craft gallery boasts designs by more than 100 international artists and features a wide collection of handcrafted jewelry. Open daily. 55 E. Grand Ave., 312 595 9437. www.pistachiosonline.com

360 CHICAGO This 94th-floor observatory features Tilt, an enclosed glass platform allowing visitors to extend out and over the Magnificent Mile, a self-guided multimedia tour, cafe bar and gift shop. Open daily. 875 N. Michigan Ave., 888.875. VIEW(8439). El: Red to Chicago www.360chicago.com

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CHICAGO BOTANIC GARDEN In Glencoe just outside Chicago, this sprawling park boasts 385 acres of landscaped hills, lakes, indoor and specialty gardens and nature trails. The Garden Cafe offers light meals and snacks. Open daily. Free. 1000 Lake Cook Road, half-mile east of Edens Expressway, Glencoe, 847.835.5440. www.chicagobotanic.org CITYPASS With just one ticket, gain admission to five popular Chicago attractions: Skydeck Chicago (Fast Pass), the Shedd Aquarium (Priority entry), The Field Museum (VIP entry), your

choice of the Adler Planetarium (VIP entry) or the Art Institute of Chicago (Fast Pass), and your choice of 360 Chicago (Express Entry) or the Museum of Science and Industry (Express entry). 888.330.5008 www. citypass.com/chicago LINCOLN PARK ZOO This 49-acre zoo in the heart of the city features more than 1,200 animals. The 14-acre Nature Boardwalk provides a haven of native trees, plants and animals. Open daily. Free. 2001 N. Clark St., 312.742.2000. Bus: 151, 156 to Fullerton www. lpzoo.org MAGGIE DALEY PARK Maggie Daley Park provides 28 acres of green space with lake and skyline views. The park features a Skating Ribbon for winter ice skating and summer roller blading. Maggie Daley Park, 337 E. Randolph St., 312.552.3000. El: Loop to Randolph/Wabash www.maggiedaleypark.com

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YARNIFY Find a wide selection of yarn for every taste and budget at this South Loop boutique.

ATTRACTIONS

BUCKINGHAM FOUNTAIN Set amid Grant Park, this majestic Versailles-inspired fountain is one of the largest fountains in the world. Its four seahorses represent the four states that border Lake Michigan. Columbus Drive and Congress Parkway, 312.742.3918 El: Loop to Library www.chicagoparkdistrict.com

Attractions

Vintage selections include Fender and Gibsons from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. Open daily. 3316 N. Lincoln Ave., 773.525.7773. El: Brown to Paulina www.chicagomusicexchange.com

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MoMA PS1 Warm Up 2018 lineup: A-Trak, Gang Gang Dance, SOB x RBE, Lizzo, Maxo Kream, more

MoMA PS1 Warm Up

TheannualWarm Upreturns toMoMA PS1‘s courtyard every Saturday fromJune 30 through September 1。The 2018 lineup has been announced, and as always, it’s an impressive list of mostly-electronic music but also plenty of rap, R&B, experimental music, indie, and more.

The lineup includesCashmere Cat, G.O.O.D. Music’sValee和more on opening day (6/30);A-Trak, Ikonika, Buddy, Amber Mark更加上7/14;Maurice Fulton, Innov Gnawa和more on 7/21; NYC house veteranTony Humphries, rising Vallejo rap groupSOB x RBE, avant-rapperJPEGMAFIA和more on 7/28;Laff Trax(akaToro y Moi&Nosaj Thing),Leon Vynehall, Starchild & the New Romantic和more on 8/4; Houston chopped and screwed vetsOG Ron C & The Chopstars, Queens rap crewWorld’s Fair, rising Houston rapperMaxo Kream, rising Dallas rapperCuban Doll和more on 8/18; cellist/vocalistKelsey Lu, Queens rapperAnik Khan更加上8/25;和Discwoman, Gang Gang Dance, Lizzo, Logan Takahashi(of Teengirl Fantasy) and more TBA for the final day (9/1).

Ticketsto all shows are on sale now. Each Warm Up goes from 3 PM to 9 PM. Full schedule (as it currently stands) below.

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Cashmere Cat / Friends Keep Secrets / Olso, Norway
Putaria千里马(金星X&阿斯马拉)/ GHE20G0TH1K /纽约,纽约+洛杉矶,加州
Valee / G.O.O.D. Music + Def Jam / Chicago, IL
NÍDIA / Príncipe Discos / Lisbon, Portugal
Fuck U Pay Us / Los Angeles, CA
Meriem Bennani / Brooklyn, NY
+ more to be announced

July 7
DJ Playero / Playground Music / Carolina, Puerto Rico
DJ Kass / Made 4 It Management + Groundwerk + Entertainment One / Bronx, NY
New Impressionz / Washington D.C.
Tierra Whack / Philadelphia, PA
TAYHANA / NAAFI + Encuentros Furtivos + HiedraH /巴塔哥尼亚,阿根廷+墨西哥城,墨西哥
Sabine Blaizin / Oyasound + Fania Records / Brooklyn, NY + Ville De Léogane, Ouest, Haiti
+ more to be announced

July 14
A-Trak / Fool’s Gold Records / Montreal, Canada
Ikonika / Hyperdub + Planet Mu / London, UK
Buddy / RCA Records / Compton, CA
Amber Mark / PMR Records + Interscope / New York, NY
DJ Taye / Teklife, Hyperdub / Chicago, IL
Iglooghost / Brainfeeder / Bristol, UK

July 21
Maurice Fulton / Bubbletease Communications + Running Back Records / Leeds, UK
Josey Rebelle / Rinse FM / London, UK
Innov Gnawa / Brooklyn, NY
安塔尔/ Rush Hour / Amsterdam, NL
rRoxymore / Don’t Be Afraid + Osgut Ton / Berlin, Germany
Emily A. Sprague / Los Angeles, CA

July 28
Tony Humphries / Tony Records + Running Back Records / New York, NY
SOB X RBE / SOB X RBE / Vallejo, CA
JPEGMAFIA / Baltimore, MD
Omar Apollo / Hobart, IN
Tiffany Calver / Tiffany Calver / London, England, UK
+ more to be announced

August 4
Laff Trax (Toro y Moi + Nosaj Thing) / Oakland, CA + Los Angeles, CA
Madam X / Kaizen / London, UK
Leon Vynehall / Ninja Tune / London, UK
Photay / Astro Nautico / Woodstock + Brooklyn, NY
Starchild & The New Romantic / Ghostly International / New York, NY
Manara / Night Slugs + Fade to Mind / London, UK

August 11
Omar-S / FXHE / Detroit, MI
Axel Boman / Studio Barnhus / Stockholm, Sweden
Jon Bap / Dolphin Records / Dallas, TX
玛丽·戴维森/ Cititrax /蒙特利尔,加拿大
Jennifer Cardini / Correspondant / Berlin, Germany
DJ Sanna / New York, NY + Baghdad, Iraq

August 18
OG Ron C & The Chopstars / OVO Sound / Houston, TX
World’s Fair / Fool’s Gold / Queens, NY
Jubilee / Mixpax Records / New York, NY
Maxo Kream/ Kream Clicc Global / Houston, TX
古巴娃娃/ Capitol唱片/达拉斯,德克萨斯
受伤储备/亚利桑那州凤凰城”
Kelman Duran / RAIL UP + HUNDEBISS / Los Angeles, CA + Milan, Italy
+ more to be announced

August 25
Soul Summit / Brooklyn, NY
HoodCelebrityy / KSR Group / Bronx, NY + St. Catherine, Jamaica + Port More, Jamaica
Kelsey Lu / Los Angeles, CA
Anik Khan / AVX / Richmond Hill, New York
slowthai / Method Records / Northampton, UK
Enrique / Primitive Languages + BANK Records NYC / Brooklyn, NY
+ more to be announced

September 1
Discwoman (Riobamba, Serena Jara, MIN2) / Discwoman / Brooklyn, NY
Gang Gang Dance / 4AD / New York, NY,
Lizzo / Nice Life Recording Company + Atlantic Records / Minneapolis, MN
Logan Takahashi / Ghostly International / Brooklyn, NY
+ more to be announced

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“GRINNING FROM FEAR TO FEAR” Second City’s 43rd revue brings the laughs every Tuesday thru Sunday this month at the famed comedy club in Old Town.


DARE TO WALK ON AIR! Glass balconies put you 1,353 feet and 103 floors over The Windy City! Open daily Mar - Sept 9am citadel online banking app 10pm* *Saturdays open until 12am Oct Feb 10am - 8pm** **Saturdays open until 9pm Last entry is 30 minutes prior to closing www.theskydeck.com

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Events > 2019 > August > Herbie Hancock & Kamasi Washington @ Huntington Bank Pavilion



1300 S Linn White Dr, Chicago, IL 60605, USA

WHAT: Two jazz behemoths in one night

SO WHAT: This evening at Huntington Bank Pavilion, a wonderful range of jazz will be on display as the iconic Herbie Hancock and new legend Kamasi Washington take over the outdoor venue. Hancock’s vast talent and history as one of the premier jazz pianists of all time will be co-headlining with Washington’s modern take on the genre.This is an incredible evening that should not be missed

NOW WHAT: Tickets start at $30 for this evening!

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Footwear 875 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago Delaware Entrance 312-787-6800 Plaza del Lago, 1515 Sheridan Rd, Wilmette 847-256-3545

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UNTOUCHABLE TOURS Chicago’s “original gangster tour” takes visitors on a bus ride through Prohibition-era Chicago to see the hot spots and hit spots made famous by Al Capone and his enemies and allies. Reservations recommended; private charters also available. Check website for schedule. Tickets from $35. 600 N. Clark St., 773.881.1195. www.gangstertour.com WEIRD CHICAGO TOUR See the strange side of Chicago in tours like “Devil and the White City Tour” or the “True Crime & Mystery Tour.” Tours daily; contact for schedule. $25-$40; children 10-12 $20-$30 (no children under 10 allowed). Meet at 600 N. Clark St. (at Ohio Street), 217.791.7859. El: Red to Grand www.weirdchicago.com

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knowledgeable crew-educators are unique, taking the direction of the wind as its guide. Departs from south side of Navy Pier. 600 E. Grand Ave., 312.451.2700. www.tallshipwindy.com

SHOPPING Apparel FOX’S DESIGNER OFF-PRICE Shoppers flock here for brandname women’s apparel at great prices and what Fox’s calls the “thrill of a great buy.” Looks include separates, coordinates, workwear, casual styles and activewear. Open daily. 7 W. Madison St., Second Floor, 773.281.0700; 9444 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, 847.673.8516. www.fox.com T-SHIRT DELI With an antique counter and free potato chips for everyone, this make-your-own T-shirt store is like a real deli. Choose a shirt for men, women, babies and dogs. Or go for a totebag, apron or underwear. Pick your style, then choose the message. Your order is ready in minutes. 1739 N. Damen Ave., 773.276.6266; 1482 N. Berwyn Ave., 773.561.7410. www.tshirtdeli.com UNIQLO Chicago was the lucky recipient

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of the Midwest’s first UNIQLO store, right on the Magnificent Mile. The Japan-born fast-retail chain calls its clothing “LifeWear” because it’s simple, wearable, long-lasting and classically modern. M-Sa 10 am-9 pm, Su 11 am-8 pm. 830 N. Michigan Ave., 877.486.4756. www.uniqlo.com VINCE Known for luxe, minimalist cashmere sweaters for men and women, this L.A.-based boutique is the go-to line for style mavens who want to look chic. Bok atm the Chicago shop you’ll also find items that complement that perfect cashmere hoodie, including leather jackets, cotton T-shirts and jeans. M-Sa 10 am-6 pm, Su noon-5 pm. 106 E. Oak St., 312.280.6890. www.vince.com

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AMAZING LASH STUDIO No more envying the girls (or guys!) with their killer lashes. Amazing Lash Studio pros can create lavish looks with eyelash extensions that come in four styles (like “sexy” or “cute”) and even a variety of colors. Time to ditch the mascara and wake up all aflutter. 1845 N. Clybourn Ave., 773.906.4759; 334 E. Ohio St., 872.228.5274. www. amazinglashstudio.com BEAUTY & SOUL SPA This quaint by-appointment-only spot focuses on personal attention for skin and body needs. Services include skin care, relaxation, hair removal and massage. W-Su. 3600 W. Wrightwood Ave., 312.943.4388. www.beautysoulspa.com South carolina state university college board U MEDISPA Luxury medical spa offers Hydrafacial, chemical peels, botox, dermal fillers, body treatments and so much more. 233 E. Erie St.,#501, 312.929.3559. www.renewumedispa.com SPA SOAK The full-service spa is the ultimate venue for relaxation. Book a manicure, a stone therapy massage, a facial, bridal hair and makeup, or even a henna application for a few hours away

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PISTACHIOS Pistachios is an independent art jewelry and objects gallery representing over 120 cutting-edge artists both locally and across the globe. Pistachios offers a diverse selection of pieces to suit any style or budget—it’s the perfect spot to shop unique and one-of-a-kind gifts! Located at 55 E Grand Ave between Rush and Wabash. 312.595.9437, Pistachiosonline.com

RENEW U MEDISPA Premier luxury medical spa. Providing the most advanced, minimally invasive, results orientated aesthetic treatments in a safe and luxurious spa environment, with an exceptional level of customer service. Offering: Laser Skin Resurfacing, Skin Tightening, Hydrafacial, Chemical Peels, PRP, Microneedling, Laser Hair Removal, Botox, Fillers, & much more 312-929-3559. 233 E. Erie Street, Suite 501, Chicago PROMOTION

BIG BUS Big Bus Tours Chicago offers it’s riders a perfect introduction to the city. Being able to hop-on and hop-off at any of the conveniently located 13 stops allows the riders to explore the city at their own pace. Enjoy live guides from an open herbie hancock huntington bank pavilion at northerly island august 10 bus, making your First Stop: Adventure! Stop 1: Chicago Riverwalk 98 E. Wacker Dr. PROMOTION

Department Stores/ Malls 900 N. MICHIGAN SHOPS The 900 North Michigan Shops offer six chic levels of shopping, anchored by Bloomingdale’s, along with Gucci and boutiques like J. Toor. Dining options include the Oak Tree Restaurant & Bakery. M-Sa 10 am-8 pm; Su 11 am-6 pm (some stores and restaurants may have extended hours). 900 N. Michigan Ave., 312.915.3916. www. shop900.com BLOCK 37 The Loop’s chic urban mall is home to a variety of popular shops. Look for L’Occitane en Provence and Sephora as staple Chicago boutique Akira. Hungry? Visit Magnolia Bakery and Gayle V’s Best Ever Grilled Cheese. M-Sa 10 am-8 pm, Su 11 am-6 pm. 108 N. State St., 312.261.4700. www. blockthirtyseven.com NEWCITY At the hot retail intersection of North and Clybourn, NewCity is a unique combination of residences, restaurants and stores like Saks Off Fifth, Kings Dining & Entertainment and Arclight Cinemas. 1457 N. Halsted St., 312.248.8569. El: Red to North/Clybourn www. experiencenewcity.com WATER TOWER PLACE Water Tower Place’s seven levels of shopping feature national chain stores as well as boutiques. The landmark on the Mag Mile also has plenty of entertainment and dining options. Open daily. 835 N. Michigan Ave., 312.440.3580. El: Red to Chicago www.shopwatertower.com

Galleries HILDT GALLERIES Located in the arcade of the historic Drake Hotel, Hildt Galleries specializes in fine original 19th and early 20th

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MARCHESA Dine in a Work of Art – Picasso, Miro, Gris. Delicious French Food by Didier Durand. Champagne Cave. Kitchen Table. Sidewalk Café. Chic Ambience. Warm & Welcoming Service. 535 N. Wells, 312.527.9535, www.MarchesaChicago.com

from it all. M 10 am-4 pm, Tu-Th 9 am-8 pm, F-Sa 9 am-6 pm, Su 10 am-5 pm. 1733 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773.395.9000. www. spasoakchicago.com


century through the present day British, European, and American oil paintings. M-Sa 11 am-5:30 pm. 140 E. Walton St., 312.255.0005. www. hildtgalleries.com JOEL OPPENHEIMER Boasting an unsurpassed selection of the finest examples of prints and paintings from the golden age of natural history art, this gallery places particular emphasis on the works of John James Audubon. M-Sa 10 am-6 pm. 10 E. Ohio St., 312.642.5300. El: Red to Grand www.audubonart.com KEN SAUNDERS GALLERY This gallery showcases the work of masters and emerging artists who specialize in contemporary glass sculpture. Tu-Sa 11 am-5 pm. herbie hancock huntington bank pavilion at northerly island august 10 W. Superior St., 312.573.1400. www.kensaundersgallery.com

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LOTTON GALLERY This gallery features handblown glass by the Lotton family, whose patriarch, Charles Lotton, has been called “The

Tiffany of the Twenty-First Century.” Find paintings by a variety of world-renowned artists. www.lottongallery.com. 1900 North Michigan Shops, 900 N. Michigan Ave., Sixth Level, 312.664.6203. El: Red to Chicago www.audubonart.com PRIMITIVE One of the Midwest’s largest collections of authentic artifacts, furniture, textiles, jewelry and fashions from around the globe, this gallery—a mammoth four-level, 31,000-square-foot space in the West Loop—also boasts a cozy library stocked with design and ethnographic art books, a fantasy Himalayan temple, and the Buddha Room. M-Sa, 10 am-6 pm. 130 N. Jefferson St., 312.575.9600. www.beprimitive.com THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE This is one of the nation’s largest antiques galleries. The business focuses on British Colonial furniture and rare finds from the East, as well as art deco pieces from Europe. M-F 10 am-6 pm, Sa 10 am-5 pm. 330 N.

Clark St., 312.755.1266. www. goldentriangle.biz VALE CRAFT GALLERY Vale Craft Gallery features contemporary American fine craft by both local and national artists. Ongoing group exhibitions of works in clay, fiber, glass, metal and wood, plus unique jewelry. Tu-F herbie hancock huntington bank pavilion at northerly island august 10 am-5:30 pm, Sa 11 am-5 pm. 230 W. Superior St., 312.337.3525. www.valecraftgallery.com

Shoes/Accessories HANIG’S FOOTWEAR One of Chicago’s premier sources for men’s and women’s shoes, boots and sandals, Hanig’s offers a wide range of sizes and styles from top designers. Open daily. John Hancock Center, 875 N. Michigan Ave., 312.787.6800. El: Red to Chicago; Plaza del Lago, 1515 Sheridan Road, Wilmette, 847.256.3545 www.hanigs.com NEW BALANCE Chicago’s most complete se-

lection of New Balance shoes in multiple widths, sizes and styles. Men’s widths from AA to EEEEEE; sizes from four to 20. Women’s widths from AA to EEEE; sizes from four-18. M-Sa 10 am-7 pm, Su noon-5 pm. 2369 N. Clark St., 773.384.1787. www. newbalancechicago.com

Specialty Stores ACCENT CHICAGO/ LOVE FROM CHICAGO This Chicago institution carries an innovative assortment of souvenirs. Choose from a selection of apparel plus great gifts and collectibles. Open daily. 835 N. Michigan Ave., Open M-Sa 10 am-9 pm; Su 11 am-6 pm. 312.944.1354. El: Red to Chicago; 326 E. Woodfield Mall, Schaumburg, 847.619.0077. www.lovefromcompanies.com

CHICAGO MUSIC EXCHANGE Find about 2,000 new, used and vintage axes here along with a full-service repair facility.

This building may look symmetrical, but it hasn’t been since 1930.

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Materials include wool, cotton, cashmere, fine silk, alpaca and more. Open daily. 47 W. Polk St., 312.583.9276. El: Red to Harrison www.yarnify.com

DYLAN’S CANDY BAR First opened in New York City, Chicago’s sweet-treat heaven includes endless confections, with chocolate bars galore, nostalgic candies, candy-themed merchandise, an ice cream bar and a 3D gummy printer. 663 N. Michigan Ave., 312.702.2247. www.dylanscandybar.com

606 TRAIL The 2.7-mile-long 606 Trail travels east-west, connecting Humboldt Park to Wicker Park with picturesque green space stops, art installations and access points to explore the diverse northwest side. Walsh Park, 1722 N. Ashland Ave., to Ridgeway Trailhead, 1801 N. Ridgeway Ave., 312.742.4622. www.the606.org

PISTACHIOS This contemporary jewelry and craft gallery boasts designs by more than 100 international artists and features a wide collection of handcrafted jewelry. Open daily. 55 E. Grand Ave., 312 595 9437. www.pistachiosonline.com

360 CHICAGO This 94th-floor observatory features Tilt, an enclosed glass platform allowing visitors to extend out and over the Magnificent Mile, a self-guided multimedia tour, cafe bar and gift shop. Open daily. 875 N. Michigan Ave., 888.875. VIEW(8439). El: Red to Chicago www.360chicago.com

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CHICAGO BOTANIC GARDEN In Glencoe just outside Chicago, this sprawling park boasts 385 acres of landscaped hills, lakes, indoor and specialty gardens and nature trails. The Garden Cafe offers light meals and snacks. Open daily. Free. 1000 Lake Cook Road, half-mile east of Edens Expressway, Glencoe, 847.835.5440. www.chicagobotanic.org CITYPASS With just one ticket, gain admission to five popular Chicago open arvest checking account online Skydeck Chicago (Fast Pass), the Shedd Aquarium (Priority entry), The Field Museum (VIP entry), your

choice of the Adler Planetarium (VIP entry) or the Art Institute of Chicago (Fast Pass), and your choice of 360 Chicago (Express Entry) or the Museum of Science and Industry (Express entry). 888.330.5008 www. citypass.com/chicago LINCOLN PARK ZOO This 49-acre zoo in the heart of the city features more than 1,200 animals. The 14-acre Nature Boardwalk provides a haven of native trees, plants and animals. Open daily. Free. 2001 N. Clark St., 312.742.2000. Bus: 151, 156 to Fullerton www. lpzoo.org MAGGIE DALEY PARK Maggie Daley Park provides 28 acres of green space with lake and skyline views. The park features a Skating Ribbon for winter ice skating and summer roller blading. Maggie Daley Park, 337 E. Randolph St., 312.552.3000. El: Loop to Randolph/Wabash www.maggiedaleypark.com

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YARNIFY Find a wide selection of yarn for every taste and budget at this South Loop boutique.

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BUCKINGHAM FOUNTAIN Set amid Grant Park, this majestic Versailles-inspired fountain is one of the largest fountains in the world. Its four seahorses represent the four states that border Lake Michigan. Columbus Drive and Congress Parkway, 312.742.3918 El: Loop to Library www.chicagoparkdistrict.com

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Vintage selections include Fender and Gibsons from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. Open daily. 3316 N. Lincoln Ave., 773.525.7773. El: Brown to Paulina www.chicagomusicexchange.com

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FZ03.PNGComing for Record Store Day, April 13: “The Guitar World According To Frank Zappa.” The 1987 guitar compilation by Frank Zappa originally available on cassette only through Guitar World magazine and Barfko-Swill mail order, will be reissued for the first time on 180g clear audiophile vinyl! 4000 numbered copies in the US and 3500 in Europe.

Following is an interview conducted by Noë Goldwasser for Guitar World magazine in April 1987:

Zappa’s Inferno 

By Noë Goldwasser

FZ2.jpgFrank Zappa’s fully equipped home recording stuio is where he’d most rather be. “I never go out,” he says, though his Laurel Canyon home commands a panoramic view of Los Angeles. “I could be just as happy if all this” – gesturing toward the array of equipment that surrounds him in this devil’s advocate’s workshop – “were in Utah. Except for the fact that the hardware and technicians are available in the L.A. area, and the stuff can be serviced here.” The fact is, all Frank really wants to do is work.

Whether he acknowledges it or not, Zappa has been admired by guitarists for years because of the sheer free-flying gonzo-ness of his solos within the otherwise-precise organization of his compositions. He’s always been a real Mother of a player. As a bandleader, his draconian insistence on perfection has brought out the best in his players, especially the guitarists he has introduced to the world through his succession of bands: Lowell George, Adrian Belew, Warren Cuccurullo and Steve Vai all cut their teeth in Zappa’s marching society.

FZ02.jpgWe thought about this – your editor, Noe the G., and Associate Publisher Greg Di Benedetto – as we descended with Frank into the bowels of his private inferno, otherwise known as the United Muffin Research Kitchen (U.M.R.K.).

Our purpose was to plan the Guitar World According To Frank Zappa tape-a 34-minute collection of rare Zappa solos on a special GW audio cassette which this magazine will make available in the spring-and to talk about guitar stuff.

Well, Frank was perfectly poised to talk about guitar and to play us some of the hours of great solos he has on all those tapes in his vault. But as far as performing on the instrument, we were surprised to discover, the guitar guru has been getting his playing jollies from entering notes and manipulating them with his Synclavier. For various reasons you will hear in his own words in this interview, Frank hadn’t played serious guitar in two years (the last recorded example of Frank playing will be available on our Guitar World According To Frank Zappatape). He’d even lost his callouses!

But fear not, dear reader. Zappa had plenty to say about playing guitar and where the instrument is going. And, believe us, there’s reams of guitar in Frank’s vaults, which he continues to classify and release to the public as long as the demand herbie hancock huntington bank pavilion at northerly island august 10 there, through his own Barking Pumpkin organization. The Shut Up And Play YerGuitar collections did quite well worldwide, so you can expect more to be released in the future.

FZ1.PNGAnd we hear that since our talk with Frank, he’s been building up his callouses and thinking about going back on the road with his guitar and a band. The moral: you can take the Zappa out of guitar playing, but it’ll take a long time to get all the guitar playing out of Frank Zappa.

Let me get a level on the tape recorder. Say, “The poodle bites.”
Frank Zappa: The poodle chews it.

Come on, Frenchie! Do you see a conceptual continuum between, say, “Call Any Vegetable” and Shut Up And Play Yer Guitar? Or between the Mothers 0f Invention and theMothers of Prevention?
There are some links, yeah. The main drawback of the medium I’m working in is, until I got the computer I was locked into making music based on the assets and/or liabilities of the guys in the band. In other words, if you want to write something that’s faster than what the guys can play, you can’t hear it, because they can’t play it that fast. Or if you want something for an instrumentation that you don’t have in the band, then you won’t hear it. But now that I can do it with a computer, that’s not a problem anymore.

Was italways that way? When you were writing parts for, say Roy Estrada, or anybody in the early days for instance, it was all charted out, and-
N0–because, the only time I ever had a band where everybody could read [music] was the band that had Jean-Luc Ponty and Ralph Humphrey, and Ian and Ruth [Underwood] and George [Duke], that was a reading band. And Grand Wazoo, thatwas a reading band. All the rest of ’em were like half-and-half. Half the guys could read, half of ’em couldn’t.

Now with the computer–the Synclavier– you don’t need the band to work out the music. What about the quality of the sound itself?
I’ll play you some tapes; you tell me.

What about MIDI? Some say it’s the next big thing. Others say, “it’s not a guitar anymore.”
It’s either guitar plus or guitar minus, depending on how you look at it. The big herbie hancock huntington bank pavilion at northerly island august 10 with doing anything MIDI is the lag. It’s like learning how to play a church pipe organ. Because when you press a key on a pipe organ, the sound doesn’t come out right away. It’s the same thing with MIDI. You have to get used to the lag. I can’t. I haven’t played a guitar synthesizer yet that feels comfortable.

FZ3.jpgWith the Synclavier, can you explain that? The mechanical differences in working with that.
What? for the way I compose on it? I can enter information with the octapad, and I can enter it with the keyboard, or I can type it in.

Can you spontaneously jam with it?
Yeah. You can take a completely improvised line and build an entire composition out of it.
You see, it’s still a single line. But with this, you can improvise a single line and have that line being played by a whole ensemble of instruments and actually have those instruments play that line in harmony. It’s not an improvised line anymore. It’s an arrangement.

What is all that activity doing to your guitar playing per se—
Haven’t touched it in two years.
[There is a brief pause as the interviewers collect what’s left of herbie hancock huntington bank pavilion at northerly island august 10 minds from the floor.]

You haven’t?
[Zappa sits back in his chair, letting this one sink in.]

You don’t miss it at all?
Every once in a while… but I don’t play a style that is contemporary, you know? I don’t do all the 1980s guitar noises. Unfortunately, the audience for guitar playing has a real narrow interest span. If you don’t sound like Eddie Van Halen, then apparently you don’t actually play guitar any more. I have no intention of ever sounding like Eddie Van Halen, and, uh, it makes you wonder why you would even bother to play the guitar, because the current audience would listen to it and go, “That’s not a guitar. It doesn’t go ‘wee wee wee wee, wee wee wee wee.'” So why do it?

Dweezil would probably rebut that, what with his own infatuation for Ed Van Halen.
I’m not saying anything against Eddie because I think what he’s done for the guitar is wonderful. But the thing that’s tragic about the marketplace is that everybody decided that they were all going to do that, and then the competition is not musical. It’s gymnastic. Okay, they say, “I want to sound like Eddie, but in order to be better than Eddie I have to be faster than Eddie.” That seems to be the aesthetic operating procedure in the marketplace. Meanwhile, Edward probably sits back and goes, “These guys are really stupid.” Because I don’t think that’s what he had in mind when he developed the style.
It’s just like with MTV. MTV has a certain look, because it has a limited pictorial vocabulary. All the videos are made up of certain icons. If you don’t work in that vocabulary, then the MTV audience doesn’t perceive it as a real video, know what I mean? It’s gotta have certain things in it. So, take your pick. You can write hooks and go in there and do that shit, or you can do something else. I decided to do something else.
I’m looking for whatever else is out there. I’m looking for different structures, different sounds, different types of harmonic combinations. Different rhythms.

FZ LP2.jpgThe guitar … aside from being busy with other stuff, the reason you put it down two years ago or whatever … does itnot giveyou that anymore? Because I personally–and a lot of our readers–love your guitar sound. To me that always meant your personal voice within whatever music we were hearing. If you had the band going precision and precise … but when you hit the guitar solo, it was not precise at all. It was something transcendent, something out.
It’s another vegetable. The problem is, most of the best stuff that I will physically be able to do on the guitar is already on tape. You just haven’t heard it yet. I mean, I don’t have much incentive to play it. I don’t have any callouses anymore. I can still think guitar. But to physically manipulate it, I would have to go back in and woodshed for months on end just to be able to do it. For what? There’s really no audience for it. Which is not to say that there’s a great audience for this new digital stuff either, but I have more incentive to work on this, because it leads to other more interesting things than to sit in there and practice the guitar. Because even when I was playing the guitar I didn’t practice. You know? When I was on the road I would do an hour a day before the show, but, I’ve never been one of those guys … Dweezil practices non-stop, day in, day out.

Sothe guitar solo rightnow, doesn’t really play a role in your music? Even for things that can’t be done with the Synclavier?
Well, look at it this way: I got plentyof tapes of these things. I can release another guitar solo album. And, when you see what the guitar solo has been reduced to in contemporary music, it’s like an eight-bar fill. And during that fill, you’re supposed to play leg workouts for women at home hammer-on lick that you know as fast as you can play it, followed by 15 feedback noises and then get the fuck out of there. You know, that’s what the guitar solo has been reduced to, and that’s not the medium I’ve ever worked in.

I recall you saying once that the hardestthing to accomplish in a guitar solo is tocome up with a distinct melody within thatsolo. The solo itself would be …improvised.
Yeah, just make it up on the spot–

But a melody–
–Yeah, well listen to what’s going on in solos today. When was the last time you heard someone make one up with a melody?

When you’re composing, and you’re workingwith the Synclavier, and you get to a pointwhere in the old days you were thinking about composing for the guitar as well, what do you do at that juncture? Do you put a coda-type thing in there?
It would be difficult to talk about what I’m doing over there since you don’t know what it is. I should just stop the tape and go over there and show you what I’m doing.
[Stops tape and we get a demo of Frank composing on the Synclavier He taps out a few seemingly random rhythms, makes some observations of the CRT screen and manipulates parameters of music around the “random rhythms.” The music coming out of the Synclavier is many-faceted, but typical Zappa, with percussive marimbaesque runs and odd cat growls prancing about together.]

FZ LP3That sounds like your music. Same guy.
Are you familiar with the piece on the Shut Up And Play Yer Guitar album called “While You Were Out?” Well, on the new album [Jazz From Hell] there’s a deluxe computer version of that. But it’s not played by a guitar.
I look at that thing-the recording console-and it’s like a musical instrument, if you use it the right way. You’ve gotta start with a musical idea. if it’s not a musical idea what is it? An equation?

How do you get that? How do you start? Doyou have entire complicated things full-blown that spring out of your brain, or do you start with something small and you build it up?
Sometimes, I have a complete vision of what the thing is and it’s just drudgery to go in there and execute the vision. And another way is, you start by hitting a couple of notes on that [Synclavier], and if you like it you save ’em and make a piece on it, and if you don’t you throw it away.

How do you keep track of everything? On each floppy, there’s like a million things…
Aaah! then you have to have a good memory.

Yet, when we first started talking about this interview, we discussed guitar noisemakers and these devices that you seem to have a fondness for–the Green Ringers and the Uni-Vibes and such. Things that give that idiosyncratic, anarchic tone.
Well, I like the sound of a guitar. My idea of the best use of a guitar is some thing that’s personal … not necessarily commercially viable. There are things I like to hear coming out of a guitar. But that’s my personal taste.

The ShutUp And Play Yer Guitar series, how did the threerecords herbie hancock huntington bank pavilion at northerly island august 10 commercially?
Real good, as a matter of fact. And it surprised the shit out of a lot of people. For example, when it was first released, there
were 30,000 units of that three-record box sold in France alone. Which is some thing of a merchandising miracle in that country. It’s done well and it’s still selling.

So, are you going to do any more of those?
Yeah, I got another one that I’ve been fooling around with.

FZ LP4And that’s all stuff, like what you said before, “I don’t have to play guitar because I have so much stuff already” and it’s–
–it’s on tape, right.

Do you have any urge to play at all in public any more?
I’d have to have an awful good reason, and in order to play in public I’d have to learn to how to play the guitar again–literally. I don’t have any callouses. I couldn’t bend the strings.

It’s weird because we’re from a guitar magazine and you’re not really into playing guitar anymore.
Well, what’s that got to do with releasing guitar records? As I told you, there’s plenty of stuff on tape. I can play you some stuff–examples of what’s lurking in the archives. I’ve even sequenced a few of the solos, but I haven’t come up with a satisfactory sequence for about six sides of guitar stuff … there’s just masses to choose from [Solos Frank is talking about will be available as The Guitar World According To Frank Zappa in a future issue of this magazine. Watch for it–GW Ed.]

How were these recorded?
All live.

They are live. So how do you deal with the 24-track?
They’re all different. Some of them were recorded four-track live, but that doesn’t mean they sound cheesy. One thing I always hated to do was play guitar in a studio. I always thought it was an incredibly boring experience.

Like playing in a vacuum, isn’t it?Sotherefore, in order to really play guitar, you’ve got to hire a band, and that becomes cumbersome. And I guess nobody’s going to want to audition just to be in Frank’s back-up band, just so Frank can play guitar. If it’s not necessarily going to go on a record or something.
That’s true. It’s the law of supply and demand, you know? There ya go.

But with all this involvement, do you still keep up with who the musicians are around here?
No. I mean, the guys who were good yesterday are still good today-unless they’ve nuked themselves with drugs. The guys that are going to be good, we’ll eventually hear about ’em anyway.

Do you still hear from some of the guys you’ve played with? Does Steve Vai, for instance, keep in touch with you?
Yeah, he comes over every once in a while. But he was on the road for a year.

How did you first meet up with him?
He sent me a cassette. When he was 17.

And he was in a music school at the time.
Berklee.

FZ LP5How about Adrian Belew?
I found Adrian working in a bar in Memphis, Tennessee. He was working in a bar band. They were all dressed like the Godfather. They had, you know, fake mob-type suits on and stuff and he was doing Roy Orbison imitations.

I never would have thought of him like that. Did you hire him on the spot?
No. I don’t hire people right away. I give them a chance to audition.

Was he always into that Hendrix thing, or did he develop it later?
He was doing some of it at that show.

Can you give our readers any practical advice?
Give me a field. Help them with what? Getting a job? How’s this?: You want to get a job? Practice all your licks real fast. Get a good wardrobe. Get a good barber. Want to get a record contract? Get a good wardrobe, get a good barber. Don’t even worry about how you play. They’re not signing musicians anymore, they’re signing models. Make sure you look good.
Look, everybody who buys a record has a right to buy what they like. And obviously, somebody really enjoys what’s being produced today, or they wouldn’t buy it. However, I think there’s more to music than what is being made available by the record companies because they have been completely bamboozled by the video music syndrome. Record companies have made a major mistake. MTV came along and they thought, “Oh! this is it. We’re no longer going to make records”–those little plastic things that people listen to?–“What we’re going to do, we’re going to sign groups that look like models, so that they can have a video on MTV.”
The down side of this is the record companies are now totally at the mercy of MTV–that’s their main outlet. How many videos can they show on MTV? Not that many. This limits the opportunity for people who actually play music. To play music, because you’re not going on MTV unless you belong on MTV; furthermore, you’re probably not going to get a record contract unless amazon 800 customer service phone number guy at the record company thinks you look good.
Now, not all musicians are beautiful people. In fact a lot of ’em would generally qualify as being physically unattractive. But so what? If you like a record, you can listen to that record a hundred times and still get off on it. If you like a video, how many times can you watch it? Six, ten? Thirty, if you’re a vegetable. And then it’s old.
So the record industry has kind of chosen this one path and I think they made a mistake. Thev have ignored the desires of that segment of the audience that likes to listen to music. They like to hear it. It goes in through your ears. Video music is another thing. It goes in through your eyes. And better than 50 percent of what you experience is visual. The music is secondary to the pictures. So, if musicians who are just beginning think only of how much money they’re going to make and whether or not they’re going to have that big video career … they have herbie hancock huntington bank pavilion at northerly island august 10 decide right now whether or not they want to play music or be a model. And if it’s the bucks they’re after, like I said, “Get yourself a good wardrobe. Get a good barber. Don’t worry too much about what you’re going to play,” because the chances are, if your publicity picture really looks good, the guy at the record company won’t even listen to your tape. If you got the look, they’ll find a producer to make you sound like something, because all you’re ever going to do is lip-sync it anyway. Okay? You’re never really gonna have to play it live. Chances are some producer hired by the company will come in and do what you’re supposed to be able to do. And if that sounds like science fiction, I bet there’s plenty of people right now, readin’ the magazine saying, “Yeah, that’s what I want to do!” And they should do it. Because there’s somebody who wants to buy that. But that’s not music as far as I’m concerned.

FZ LP7Did you give Dweezil that advice before he put his lp out? Apparently, it’s worked, because he’s gotten on MTV. And he looks good, so—-
–well, I can’t help the way he looks. And he chooses his ownwardrobe, but the fact of the matter is that Dweezil can actually play an instrument.

So that’s a fluke, according to your theory of how musicians make it these days.
Yeah, yeah. Uh, he’s a mutation.

No more school for him, right?
He was out of school at 15 because in California you can take the high school equivalency test at 15 and get a diploma. So he’s out. Moon did the same thing.

Sohe’s not going to college, or …
Why should he? He doesn’t want to be a dentist, he doesn’t want to be a lawyer. He wants to be a guitar player.

Are you aware of people like Yngwie Malmsteen?
I know who he is. Dweezil played me a tape of his.

What do you think of him?
Uh, not my style. Good …

Does Dweezil look up to him? Is he influenced by him?
I think everybody who does gymnastic guitar and looks at other gymnastic guitarists sort of goes, “How fast is he movin’ his fingers?” It isa competitive thing. But you have to ask him about that.

Yngwie himself might be an original, but if everybody’s copying him, that shows you how bankrupt people are.
Yeah, but come on; in the seventies everybody was going as fast as John McLaughiin. As long as the media celebrates the guy who is the fastest, that’s what people are going to go for.
I think it is wonderful to be able to play fast. It’s even more wonderful to play things that are impossible. It’s even more wonderful to defeat the law of averages. Things that you play fast are usually things that you rehearse fast. I’ll tell ya a fast guitar player–Tommy Tedesco. You want to hear somebody play some scales? Go hear Tommy. Tommy can play other stuff, too.

You’ve talked about your antecedents, like Johnny Guitar Watson and others you were influenced by. There’s no obvious trace of them. It must be less literal.
What I’ve taken from them is not from their the webster new york ny 10013 it’s their attitude. I’m probably stylistically closer to Guitar Slim than anybody else. But since nobody knows what he did …[laughter]There’s a couple of solos he played that I thought were landmarks–but they were very obscure.
Watson, he’s the original minimalist guitar player. The solo on “Lonely Nights,” the one-note guitar solo? Says it all! Gets the point across. I can remember guitar players in high school learning that solo and just going, “But how does he get it to sound that way?” lt really- was one note. If you can play that note against those chord changes and derive the same emotional impact that he got from playing that note, then you’re onto something. He can make that one be so nasty. You know, like, “What’s behind that note? What is the mode? Why are you continuing to play the tonic when the dominant chord comes around? Are you goin’ like this
[gestures with his middle finger in the “F-you” position] with your playing or what?” You have to learn how to do that.

A lot of the new kids playing today aren’t really concerned with all that. And they should be.
Really, though, if you take away the gymnastics, you have to say, “What’s the message here!” It’s like, uh, a pissing contest [laughter].

Butit’s weird, Frank. Here we are, the editors of a guitar magazinewe keep seeing the evidence ofthis copying of styles that is so prevalent what stores are open today in ottawa. And we keep going, like, “What can we do to turn these people onto somebody, herbie hancock huntington bank pavilion at northerly island august 10, ‘Listen to a Wes Montgomery record'” or something like that?
You know what happens if you turn ’em on to that? They’ll copy Wes Montgomery. Because this is a copycat society.

FZ LP6Why isthat? It wasn’t always like that.
Boone county gis answer is very simple. It’s the same way you train a dog. When you don’t want him to do something, you hit him on the nose with a rolled-up newspaper. When you do want him to do something. you give him a biscuit. Okay? All the biscuits have been given to copycats. Does anybody in guitar magazines ever say, “Wait a minute. You should get the newspaper on the nose if you’re coming out sounding like the guy next door.” You don’t get the newspaper on the nose. People are being praised and rewarded for copying other people. Look at the award shows on television, People become exalted because they sound the same. And you say, “Why do they do it?” Because there’s nothing to tell a new guy not to do it. Everything tells him, “Yes, do it.” That’s the key to success today, to be the same as the next guy, only faster.
You know why that happens? Because generally the people who write ahout music don’t know music. Anybody can tell whether these four notes are faster than these four notes. But what does it take to listen to Johnny Guitar Watson’s one note, and know that he’s doin’ that? Did you ever point that out to a reader. Did you ever get across that there’s something more to it than rilly-rilly-ree?
If the criticism or reporting of current musical events is left to people who do not have enough of a musicological back ground to even know where the licks were stolen from–whaddaya got? There’s nothing wrong with themes so www bbt com mobile as you admit where the shit came from.

Was there ever a practitioner ofthe guitar— Hendrix, say—-that blew you away in terms of being a total original?
One ofthe most interesting guys on guitar on the planet is Allan Holdsworth. I really respect his playing.
Billy Gibbons is an original. The style that he does, although I know a lot of the blues antecedents that it was derived from, he goes likethat [raises middle finger again]. You’ve gotta have that in your playing.
I thought Hendrix was great. But the very first time I saw him I had the incredible misfortune to be sitting herbie hancock huntington bank pavilion at northerly island august 10 close to him at the Au Go Go in New York City, and he had a whole stack of Marshalls and I was right in front of it. I was physically ill–I couldn’t get out, it was so packed I couldn’t escape. And although it was great, I didn’t see how anybody could inflict that kind of volume on himself let alone other people. That particular show he ended by taking the guitar and impaling it in the low ceiling of the club. Just walked away and left it squealing.

 

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Jeff Beck Adds Shows to Summer Stars Align Tour

Jeff Beck is adding concerts to his summer tour of the United States. The guitar hero now has 28 shows on his Stars Align Tour from July to August. The tour also includes dates with Heart's Ann Wilson and Free/Bad Company frontman Paul Rodgers

The former Yardbird's touring band this year includes former Frank Zappa, Sting and Herbie Hancock drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, former Prince bassist Rhonda Smith, cellist Vanessa Freebairn-Smith and vocalist Jimmy Hall

Beck's career is the subject of the recent documentary, Still on the Run: The Jeff Beck Story, which is available now. The documentary includes interviews with Beck and contemporaries Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, David Gilmour, Rod Stewart, Slash, Joe Perry, Ronnie Wood and others. 

Get more information on the Stars Align Tour here

Jeff Beck Tour Dates

July 18, 2018 - West Valley City, UT @ USANA Amphitheatre

July 20, herbie hancock huntington bank pavilion at northerly island august 10 - Irvine, CA @ Five Point Amphitheatre

July 21, 2018 - Phoenix, AZ @ Celebrity Theater * (Jeff Beck Solo)

July 22, 2018 - Chula Vista, CA @ Mattress Firm Amphitheatre

July 24, 2018 - Houston, TX @ Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land

July 25, 2018 - Dallas, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

July 26, 2018 - Austin, TX @ ACL Live -Moody Theater * (Jeff Beck Solo)

July 28, 2018 - St. Louis, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

July 29, 2018 - Chicago, IL @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

July 31, 2018 - Clarkston, MI @ DTE Energy Music Theatre

August 1, 2018 - Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage

August 3, 2018 - Boston, MA @ Blue Hills Bank Pavilion

August 4, 2018 - Camden, NJ @ BB&T Pavilion

August 5, 2018 - York, PA @ Appell Center * (Jeff Beck Solo)

August 7, 2018 - Lewiston, NY @ Art Park * (Jeff Beck w/ Ann Wilson)

August 8, 2018 - Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center

August 10, 2018 - Indianapolis, IN @ Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center

August 11, 2018 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Hall ** (Jeff Beck w/ Ann Wilson)

August 12, 2018 - Holmdel, NJ @ P.N.C. Bank Arts Center

August 14, 2018 - Wantagh, NY @ Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater

August 15, 2018 - Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre * (Jeff Beck Solo)

August 17, 2018 - Nashville, TN @ Nashville Municipal Auditorium

August 19, 2018 - Charlotte, NC @ PNC Music Pavilion

August 20, 2018 - Vienna, VA @ Wolftrap * (Jeff Beck w/Ann Wilson)

August 22, 2018 - Atlanta, GA @ Chastain Park Amphitheatre

August 23, 2018 - Jacksonville, FL @ Daily’s Place

August 25, 2018 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Coral Sky Amphitheatre

August 26, 2018 - Tampa, FL @ MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

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