Frontwoman Fest is a small festival founded by Adele Nicholas and Elaine Davis hosted in Chicago. Features interviewer and producer Jessi DiBartolomeo takes an in depth look into the festival on it’s fifth and final year, what it stands for, and the significance of the profits donated to benefit Girls Rock! Chicago, a non-profit organization dedicated to building a socially just community for youth.
Bex of Nashville based Ruby Boots joined Features interviewer Max Carter in the CHIRP studios to chat about her move from Australia to signing with local record label Bloodshot records. They dove deep into the writing process and where she finds inspiration.
This week, CHIRP Volunteer, Andrew Meriwether, talks with Chicago's own Brandon Markell Holmes about his upcoming release, The Museum of R&B, his beginnings as a performer, and his collaboration with the Gorillaz.
Features interviewer Marites Velasquez met up with Dirty Fences before playing Elbo Room in Chicago. They share some stories from the road citing some of the strangest places they’ve played and share some wisdom from those experiences. Plus how they met in Hebrew school and landed on the band name.