Taco Tuesday, Owoso

Harmonica Dunn Presents Taco Tuesday With:

Taco Tuesday, Owoso

Liz & The Lovelies, Sara Azriel

Tue, August 8, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$0 - $5

Free w/ RSVP

This event is 21 and over

Free w/ RSVP or $5 at the door. RSVP is subject to capacity. Tacos are free while they last. 

Owoso can be categorized as a folk rock group for expediency, but their music is not neatly contained within this genre. Owoso combines a 70's folk sound with modern hard-hitting indie rock and embraces both eccentricity and eclecticism.
Liz & The Lovelies
Liz & The Lovelies
LIZ AND THE LOVELIES is the band of singer/songwriter Liz Chidester, originally from the mountains of Virginia. Moving to Chicago in the winter of 2013 by train with 4 bags and 2 guitars, Liz immersed herself into the Chicago music scene, releasing her debut record "People Pumping Pedals" in 2014 under CAU Dog Records. In 2015, she released the EP "Otter Hill", an intimate recording of 5 songs about her family and home life in Virginia. Her songs received recognition by NPR's Newsong Songwriting Competition as the 2014 Mid-west Finalist, the Chicago Music Awards Best Female Vocalist Nominee in 2015, and a New-Song Songwriter Competition Finalist in 2016.

Her music inspired the talent of close friends and family to create the electronic folk group LIZ AND THE LOVELIES. Her army of Lovelies include Alex Chidester (vocals, mandolin), Lewis Rawlinson (vocals, cello), Ivan Pyzow (vocals, synths, trumpet), Zach Finch (drums), and Mike Fletcher (bass). With the production of musician Matt Griffo and the band Frances Luke Accord's Nicholas Gunty, LIZ AND THE LOVELIES will release their first EP 'Progress into Simplicity' in March of 2017.

Liz lives in Chicago, IL as a teaching artist at Old Town School of Folk Music and Chicago Children's Theatre. She is a professional singer and actor.
Sara Azriel
Sara Azriel
Sara Azriel is an eclectic songwriter whose music combines the universality of pop, the sincerity of folk, and the richness of soul music. She displays an emotionalism in her vocal performance that is known for inducing tears and shivers.

Born and raised on the shores of Lake Michigan into a large musical family, Sara Azriel has criss-crossed the country pursuing her music. "I've always been a bit of a lone wolf." she says. After graduating from Berklee College of Music, Azriel moved to Los Angeles, playing venues such as Hotel Cafe and the Knitting Factory and teaching piano and voice lessons to celebrities and industry families.

Now based in Providence, Rhode Island, Sara is writing her first full-length record and directing a songwriting program for at-risk youth.

Her self-titled EP released in 2013 was mixed by Grammy-Award winning mix engineer James M. Wisner (Amy Winehouse, Justin Timberlake) and includes musical, writing and production contributions from Davy Nathan (Christina Aguilara, Toni Braxton), and Andrew ‘Moon’ Bain (Snoop Dogg, Major Lazer).
Venue Information:
Tonic Room
2447 N. Halsted
Chicago, IL, 60614