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Homegrown Residency at Uncommon Ground is a weekly residency offering a 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
Jacob Tage is a corn-grow blues boi who plays funky city-slicker Rock.
Born and raised in the Windy City. Cowboy Jackie is a self taught acoustic guitarist and singer. He wore his cowboy hat to a local open-mic and was dubbed Cowboy Jackie by the host, his dear friend and fellow performer Jake Pearson. The name stuck.
Greg Woods is a songwriter based out of Chicago, IL. Formerly of the local band Time & The New Romans, his music can now be heard via his debut solo record, "a double-EP called ""Hello", Goodbye, "and Later on."" The album is available in all on-line stores today."
Born and raised in the burbs, Dominic has always had the big city lights in his eyes. As an artist of many forms, Dominic aspires to live each day passionately and express his life fully.
Sarah Marie Young is an award winning singer, songwriter and musician. She was a semi-finalist in the 2010 Thelonious Monk Competition and the winner of the 2011 Montreux Voice Competition judged by Quincy Jones, from which she recorded her first full length album "Too Many Februaries" at Balik Farm Studios in Switzerland and performed it at The Montreux Jazz Festival in 2012. After being signed by the dutch label Snip Records in 2014, Sarah Marie Young released and toured Europe with her second album, "Little Candy Heart". Sarah's latest album, "Recess" was self-produced and released in April 2016. In 2017 she was featured with Postmodern Jukebox, and in 2018 appeared on Playing For Change's "Skin Deep" video with Buddy Guy.