Since joining forces in 2014, The Wandering Boys have refined a unique craft of rapid picking, clever arrangements and crisp four-part harmony. They've made a name for themselves with a weekly Thursday residency at Cole's Bar in Logan Square and frequent appearances at storied Chicago venues, The Hideout and Schuba's Tavern. Paying homage to the hard-driving traditional bluegrass they love, these boys light a fire in casual listeners and die hard bluegrass aficionados alike.
$11 Supper is Michelle Billingsley, Amanda Healan, and Samantha K. Mills. The multi-instrument trio has been bringing their high energy, three-part harmony to Chicago since 2017. Their fresh sound appeals to the folk tradition while their Americana country roots bloom in a big city backdrop. The group’s innate playfulness, melodic style, and untamed spirit are reflected in each member.
Together, $11 Supper draws inspiration from a shared love of the simple and true. And of course, satisfying suppers from honest ingredients. “$11 Supper has a country music attitude towards life. Some of it’s ‘I’m going to heaven,’ but most of it is ‘I’m going to get you motherf$%er.’”
Hailing from Atlanta, Reverend Justin Hylton has toured the nation with his songs of relatable tales of life experiences. Heartbreak, addiction, traveling are the substance of his melodic musical, lyrical and vocal writings.
From the stage to the crowd, a real performance is heard. Real words, sung by a real man, with real meaning make for an authentic time shared by both The Reverend and the crowd.
Justin is now out touring in his van, hitting as many towns as he can and meeting as many folks as he can. Come out and listen to the stories, new and old as he makes a stop in your town.