Sons Of The Never Wrong  |  Chicago, IL

After a grueling election at home on the couch with Tipper the kitty and a bowl of popcorn, wouldn't you say it's time to get out of the house and exercise your right as an American citizen to enjoy some edifying music and a beer or two! All this with a band that both the left and the right can compromise on...  Sons of the Never Wrong!  Come early vote late and sit back and watch it all unfold... with special guest Al Rose and band.  Throw the kitty out the window, throw off your old grey house coat and head for the door... see you there... oh, and they have really good food at the restaurant up front too... like Rahm on election eve, we're about to pee our pants hoping to see you all...  we love you...  SOTNW

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"“The Buzz -- If you haven't seen them yet, do yourself a favor and get tickets to see Sons of the Never Wrong NOW. The Chicago-based trio turns traditional folk music on its ear, so to speak, with a quirky sense of humor and amazing harmonies. Their tunes have the power to make you smile, cry, sway, dance, sing, and laugh out loud.”" — Top Ten

"“Folk Music reinvented: Sons of the Never Wrong keep pushing the genre forward.”" — Southwestern Observer

"Sons in a nutshell. Maddeningly coy, disarmingly clever, and many times smarter than you are. Which isn't to paint them as a novelty act -say, a folk analogue to They Might Be Giants -because Sons are the real deal: they write about heartbreak, they write about longing, the write about loss. Fine, they also write about toast. My point is, you can't pigeonhole them. In an increasingly compartmentalized music market, Sons are too slippery to be successful. Even "folk" isn't a mantle they wear easily; their lyrics often have the narrative complexity of Leonard Cohen or the nimble wit of Noël Coward. But they wear their urbanity lightly, especially in performance, where their patter is so deft and funny you begin to think they could just drop the music and work summers cracking jokes on the Borscht Belt." — Huffington Post

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