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November 20, 2011 | Andy Downing, For RedEye
As December rolls into Chicago, a range of must-see shows accompany the plummeting temperatures, including an arena turn from one fast-rising indie icon (Bon Iver) and a rare appearance from a true rock legend (Jerry Lee Lewis). And while entertainment options dry up around Christmas, New Year's Eve looks to be packed with difficult decision for fans of dance music (Rusko vs. The Hood Internet), rock (Disappears vs. Cage the Elephant) and soul (JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound vs. Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears vs. Otis Clay)
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November 20, 2011 | Andy Downing, For RedEye
As December rolls into Chicago, a range of must-see shows accompany the plummeting temperatures, including an arena turn from one fast-rising indie icon (Bon Iver) and a rare appearance from a true rock legend (Jerry Lee Lewis). And while entertainment options dry up around Christmas, New Year's Eve looks to be packed with difficult decision for fans of dance music (Rusko vs. The Hood Internet), rock (Disappears vs. Cage the Elephant) and soul (JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound vs. Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears vs. Otis Clay)
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February 27, 2012 | By Curt Wagner and RedEye
With a Tony nomination in his pocket and years of experience in theater, you'd think Broadway veteran Christian Borle would have all the tools to star in NBC's musical drama "Smash. " Borle is missing one thing on his resume that his character, composer Tom Levitt, isn't: Borle can't play the piano. "If those keys weren't muted, people would be horrified by the sounds," he told me during a chat on the "Smash" set at Eagle Street Stages in Brooklyn earlier this month. Borle took piano lessons while growing up in Pittsburgh, but he didn't stick with it. Between filming the "Smash"...
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