Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Free music from Cameron McGill & What Army, show at Metro this Friday

Posted by Frank

Cameron McGill
There's no shortage of excellent live music going on this Friday in Chicago. If you've been reading over the last few days, you'll know that White Mystery and The 1900s at Lincoln Hall, Big Science, Post Honeymoon, The Kickback and Camera at Bottom Lounge, and The Logan Square-centric Square Affair are a few of the options. Here's one more to make the decision on how to spend the night even harder: Chicago's own Cameron McGill & What Army will be headlining Metro (with Horse in the Sea, Kevin Andrew Prchal and Rachele Eve also on the bill), and their outstanding folk-rock is definitely worth checking out. Tickets are $10 and are for sale here, and to make the deal even sweeter, each ticket purchased in advance will be good for the entry of two people.

In celebration of the show, McGill and the band are giving away a free track, "Dead Rose," from their upcoming album Is A Beast. It's a rockin' tune with great swagger, and you can grab it via the below link.

Mp3: Cameron McGill & What Army - "Dead Rose"

Is A Beast is expected out next Spring, and will follow-up 2009's Warm Songs for Cold Shoulders. In the meantime, the band will embark a Fall tour with Margot & the Nuclear So & So's next month.

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