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Tyler Sjöström w/ Jacob B. Little & Lyons & Co. - 8PM | $10

  • Uncommon Ground - Lakeview 3800 North Clark Street Chicago, IL, 60613 United States (map)

$10 COVER CHARGE IS ADDED TO YOUR FOOD AND BEVERAGE BILL.


Tyler Sjöström’s gritty vocals and vintage arrangements have reverberated from the Chicago music scene since the release of his freshman EP, What We Say We Are, at the end of 2014. Following his debut, rooted in Americana and Folk, Tyler’s track “Red River” was given EDM treatment with collaborator, Chris Meid, and signed as a single with Warner Music. Following was a slew of collaborations from across the globe resulting in tens of millions of streams on Spotify alone. Since, Sjöström has taken his new role as singer-songwriter to heart, working with DJs and producers around the world developing a taste and adeptness for both topline writing and studio performance. As a multi-instrumentalist and avid songwriter, Tyler finds his niche in spanning the genres, and in terms of music he is keen on distinguishing himself as a Jack of all trades. His live performance has been described as “bone rattling”–having opened for the likes of Judah and The Lion, Joseph, The Mighty Oaks, The Secret Sisters, Corey Kilgannon–to name a few. With studio work nearly done for two projects and several collaborative tracks in the works, 2019 is looking very good for Tyler Sjöström.


Jacob B. Little is an American Indie-Folk artist based out of Chicago, Illinois. Experience songs that resonate with a quiet intensity and slowly build to reveal a hauntingly crafted landscape. Partnered with raw honest lyrics and dynamic vocal harmonies, Jacob B. Little implores the listener to step outside of themselves. If home were a sound, this is what it would be.


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Over the past ten years Lyons & Co. has made music professionally. Recently, they’ve been playing larger venues, larger festivals and evolving as an artist. They are fortunate enough to play with amazingly talented musicians all over the United States. Since that list is ever-changing, they can not be billed as an artist without recognizing the other people that they’re so lucky to make music with. They are not just musicians, they are amazing human beings and what they create together is alchemy, and love. They are music makers & history changers.