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Dina Bach & Phil Circle - 6PM | $10

  • Uncommon Ground Edgewater 1401 West Devon Avenue Chicago, IL, 60660 United States (map)



BMI recording artist and singer/songwriter Dina Bach just released her first full length album, Walk Away, which includes her award winning single, Slow Dance. Her music has aired on WGN, NPR, Radio One Chicago, and was featured in Chicago Music Magazine’s local pulse for hot new music. Dina has written a Song-A-Week for 98 consecutive weeks and has co-written with Grammy award nominees in Canada, New York and Nashville. She plays live at some of Chicago’s hottest venues -House of Blues, Joe’s Bar, SPACE Evanston- and sang the national anthem for the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field last summer. This self-taught pianist (and former Spanish teacher) started writing music at a young age and now performs full-time, touring nationally. Visit for release updates and tour schedule.

Phil Circle is a veteran Chicago-based singer-songwriter-guitarist with several critically acclaimed albums and an award-winning book to his credit. His debut album in the 90's was hailed as ""just what the doctor ordered"" and ""from the master class."" Listeners were encouraged to ""let this disc wash over your soul"" and his style was described as something that ""defies rock, jazz and blues."" Many years and albums later, The Illinois Entertainer called Circle ""one of our town's most unique voices"" and CenterStage Chicago noted that ""Phil Circle's prolific songwriting and powerful performance make him a staple of Chicago music."" Chicago Music Guide recently said in lead up to an interview: ""What makes Circle one of the few ‘professional indie musicians’ (where the phrase isn’t an oxymoron) is not only his tenacity, but his inherent fluidity with performing, and a zen-like understanding of what it means to be a songwriter.""

Earlier Event: November 2
Old Man Luedecke - 8pm |m $10
Later Event: November 4
CACTA - 7:30 PM | $20