May = Free Music Month
The calendar is starting to fill up with Jerks, Bastards, and Obleeks! Oh my!
Lots of different music at lots of different venues, and all FREE!
First road trip of Spring… or On Wisconsin!
I’ll be sitting in on bass with my friends Mooner for a weekend in Wisconsin. We’ll be in Milwaukee on April 10 and Beloit College on April 11.
On the couch with me, myself, and I.
March 17 marked my return to Couch By Couchwest… the best virtual music festival that I’ve ever known.
I shot a video of me performing “How Far I’ve Run” as a trio
Who’s going to SXSW? Not me.
As much as I love a good road trip and eating lots of tacos, I am staying in Chicago and ringing in the equinox with some great bands at one of the best dives in town. March 20 is the inaugural SUXS Fest show with Post Child, Mooner, Arts & Letters, and The Dashing Bastard Sideshow.
With a little help from my friends
My talented friend Jen Farrell of Starshaped Press designed and printed the incredibly cool posters for January’s Hideout Residency. I had no idea just how much work went in to that project until she wrote about it. Take a peak behind the scenes and see how it was done.
Next appearance- A double dose of Dan(n)s
On Thursday, February 12, Dann will open for legendary singer-songwriter Dan Navarro at Martyrs’. Dan Navarro will be joined a by stellar backing band which includes The Sideshow’s own Bashing Dastard Larry Beers on drums. Dann Morr will be joined by violinist Kristina Priceman for a stripped down acoustic set.
Dann Morr & The Dashing Bastard Sideshow on WBEZ’s Morning Shift
Dann was joined by Lee Ketch, Chuck King, Mike Medina, and Tom Slater to perform on Chicago’s Public Radio station WBEZ. He also talks with host Tony Sarabia about writing, performing, and the story behind Shouting Into the Wind
The Hideout warmly welcomes Dann Morr as January Resident Artist!
Following closely on the release of his new album Shouting Into the Wind, Dann Morr will be appearing Tuesday nights in January at The Hideout, “Chicago’s most loved small venue” (1354 West Wabansia Avenue). He will be taking listeners on a loosely chronological trip through his catalog of songs with themed nights highlighting artists and songwriters who have influenced him along the way.