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Homegrown Residency: Miss Jones w/ Lyn Rye and Oh Yeahs! - 8pm | $10

  • Uncommon Ground Lakeview 3800 North Clark Street Chicago, IL, 60613 United States (map)
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$10 COVER CHARGE IS ADDED TO YOUR FOOD AND BEVERAGE BILL.

$1 OF EVERY COVER CHARGE IS DONATED TO OUR MUSIC MY BODY.


Homegrown Residency at Uncommon Ground is a weekly residency offering emerging Chicago musicians a fertile bed to plant their roots and grow. Every Tuesday for one month, a new emerging band tests their new material, reveals their ongoing process and are joined by hand picked musical guests as listeners enjoy beer from Greenstar Brewery, the first all organic brewery in IL, and food from the first 4-star restaurant with a certified organic rooftop farm in the U.S. On top of this, 10% of the proceeds go towards a non-profit organization chosen by the resident. This month, Miss Jones has chosen to support Our Music My Body. Overall, “this collaborative campaign led by Between Friends and Resilience was created to raise awareness about sexual harassment in the music scene. We do this work because we believe everyone deserves to feel comfortable and safe when they go to a concert or festival.”


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Miss Danielle Jones is a 21 year old singer/songwriter from Indiana. Her upcoming Indie Jazz EP explores self care, the elements of nature and the trials of depression. She's dedicated to making every song and performance a personal for everyone. Never afraid to test new genres, Miss Danielle Jones plans on using her best instrument to tell stories to all people.


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Lyn Rye is a bassist, singer, and composer and released their debut album "Roots of Rye" in January 2019. The album resulted from a 4-month experiment to self-produce and release a song every week, and features guest appearances from Sacramento Knoxx, Joshua Virtue, Kyle Paul, and others. "As a versatile bassist who plays with folk, jazz, hip-hop, and rock musicians, Rye is someone who can create genuine newness. Being able to create beats, sing, play bass, and collaborate allows them to escape any boxes threatening to confine their music to genres." (Scapi Magazine)


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The Oh Yeahs,’ is an acoustic group featuring three of Chicago’s top vocalists and multi-instrumentalists: Leslie Beukelman, Allison Orobia, and Sarah Marie Young. Each of these women has a diverse musical background, but they all have one thing in common: they love to make music and sing together, and it shows. ‘The Oh Yeahs’ sing and play a collection of music including original compositions, current pop hits, showcasing their signature sound of folky three-part harmonies.