February 2016

02/26/2016 Berwyn     IL     US     FitzGerald’s
02/27/2016 Milwaukee     WI     US     Kochanski’s Concertina Beer Hall
02/28/2016 Madison     WI     US     Kiki’s House of Righteous Music
02/28/2016 Madison     WI     US     Kiki’s House of Righteous Music
03/16/2016 Austin     TX     US     Continental Club Bloodshot SXSW Showcase
03/17/2016 Austin     TX     US     Gingerman
03/18/2016 Austin     TX     US     Yard Dog Gallery Bloodshot Party
03/20/2016 Austin     TX     US     Full Moon Barn Dance
04/11/2016 Chicago     IL     US     Yak-Zies Cubs opening day WXRT Show
04/14/2016 Arlington     VA     US     IOTA DC
04/15/2016 Rehoboth Beach     DE     US     Dogfish Head
04/17/2016 Peace Dale     RI     US     Roots Hoot House
04/18/2016 Boston     MA     US     Atwood’s Tavern

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  • [...] and Music on February 9 at the Hideout benefiting the Young Patriots Organization. He is on tour with The Waco Brothers spring 2016. Share this:TweetShare on TumblrPocketEmailPrintMoreLike this:Like [...]

  • [...] I did not get a chance to look into the opening band for the Public Image Limited show so imagine my surprise when I see Chicago resident Jon Langford walk out on stage! It was an unexpected bonus having an evening with two punk legends. Bad Luck Jonathan is fronted by Jon Langford (Mekons) and Martin “Blueshammer” Billheimer with guitarist Phil Wandscher (Whiskeytown, Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter), bassist Alan Doughty (Jesus Jones, Waco Brothers) and Waco Brothers drummer Joe Camarillo. They were much less of an opening band and more of a co-headliner. They blasted through several songs heavily influenced by their combined blends of punk, rock, country or as they term it “voodoo socialist spacerock for this moment”. Langford is usually performing somewhere in Chicago and not to be missed. He is appearing at “From Blues to Blue Grass” The Radical Tradition in Politics and Music on February 9 at the Hideout benefiting the Young Patriots Organization. He is on tour with The Waco Brothers spring 2016. [...]

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