Music from the US – Wilco

Wilco is an US-american alternative band from Chicago. They formed in 1994 after the breakup of the influential alternative country group Uncle Tupelo. Their album ‘A Ghost Is Born’, released in 2004 earned a grammy for the best alternative album in 2005. Listen to its song “At Least That’s What You Said”:

Music from the US – Rise Against

Rise Against, formed in 1999 is an US-american punk rock group from Chicago. Their song “Hero Of War” is a great song about the soldiers fighting for peace.

Music from the US – Terry Callier

R.I.P Terry Callier (born 24 May 1945 in Chicago, Illinois, † 28 October 2012 ) was an American jazz, soul and folk guitarist, singer and composer. He died at the age of 67 two days ago .

Here is his song “Paris Blues ”

Music from the US – Kids these Days

Kids these Days , formed 2007 in Chicago /US . Macie Stewart- Vocals/keysNico Segal- Trumpet J.P. Floyd- TromboneVic Mensa- RapperLane Beckstrom- BassGreg Landfair Jr- DrumsLiam Cunningham- Guitar/Vocals

Hard to find further information about this project , they ve got no label and no album released , see and hear their  latest release on YT “Flashing Lights ”


Music from the US – Tortoise

Tortoise is an American post-rock band formed in Chicago, Illinois, in 1990. Tortoise’s almost entirely instrumental music defies easy categorization, and the group gained significant attention from their early career. The members have roots in Chicago’s fertile music scene, playing in various indie rock andpunk groups. Tortoise was among the first American indie rock bands to incorporate styles closer to Krautrock, dub, minimalism, electronica and various jazz styles, rather than the standard rock and roll and punk that had dominated indie rock for years.

Music from the US – Yoni Einhorn

Yoni Einhorn is a Chicago based mashup DJ from Florida. Here’s his nice song “One Call Away”:


Music from the US – Benny Goodman

“Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)” is a 1936 song, written by Louis Prima and first recorded by him with the New Orleans Gang and released in March 1936 as a 78 as Brunswick 7628 (with “It’s Been So Long” as the B side). It is strongly identified with the big band and swing eras. It was covered by Fletcher Henderson and most famously Benny Goodman.

The Benny Goodman’s version

When I learned Quickstep, I danced it with the rhythm of this song

Music from the US – Survivor

Survivor, formed in 1978, is a popular US-american rock band from Chicago. Here’s their nice classic “Eye Of The Tiger“: