Lite Beer Garden 2019! Navy Pier,
600 E Grand, Chicago, 312-595-Pier (5225), http://www.navypier.com
Map, LIVE ON THE
Performances are free and open to the public, top local bands, from May through October.
Please note: Thank you for your interest in performing at the Miller Lite Beer Garden at Navy
Pier. The Miller Lite Beer Garden is no longer accepting applications for the 2018 Summer Season. If you are interested
in submitting for next summer’s series please return to this website in December 2018 for submission instructions.
Please submit a tape or CD and promotional materials to: Navy Pier Entertainment Department, Director of Entertainment,
600 E Grand Ave, Chicago, 60611,
From May through October, the Miller Lite Beer Garden on Navy Pier is Chicago’s go-to destination for free, live,
outdoor music performances. This beautiful, lakeside venue boasts some of the city’s best views of the lake and
skyline. During your visit, enjoy a large menu of beers, cocktails and frozen drinks, as well as beer-soaked brats,
burgers, hand-tossed pizza and more. Best of all, there is no cover to enter, and all ages are welcome!
LIVE ON THE LAKE!
||2-3p & 3:30-4:30p Brian Allison,
5:30-6:30p & 7-8p Cheryl Rodey,
9-10p & 10:30-11:30p Dr. Bombay and more!
||2-3p & 3:30-4:30p Flow Tribe,
4:30-5:30p & 6:30-7p DJ Papa G,
5:30-6:30p & 7-8p Kofi and the New Roots.
Rock, Rhythm & Doo Wop: Performers
include Little Anthony & the Imperials, Little Richard, Jay (Black) & the Americans, Fred Paris & the
Five Satins, Jerry Butler, Lloyd Price; host Frankie Valli.
||Ch. 11 WTTW (Sweeps Week) This brand new production by WQED is a concert-style program
featuring numerous Top-40 performers. Hosted by Frankie Valli, Jerry Butler and Lloyd Price, the talent list features
over 200 performers from Rock and Roll, Rhythm and Blues and Doo Wop music, including Little Richard, Jay Black
and The Americans, Little Anthony & The Imperials, Lenny Welch and more More Info: Ch. 11 WTTW
CH. 11 PBS TV Great Performances: Respect
Yourself: The Stax Records Story
A history of Stax Records: (More info) http://www.pbs.org/wnet/gperf/shows/stax/index.html
|Between 1959 and 1975, Stax Records in Memphis, Tennessee released international chart-topping hits such as
"Soul Man," "Dock of the Bay," "Green Onions," "Midnight Hour," "Respect
Yourself," and the theme from SHAFT. The label's artists included Otis Redding, Sam & Dave, Booker T. & the MG's, Rufus and Carla Thomas, the Staple Singers,
Isaac Hayes, and even Richard Pryor and Jesse Jackson. Founded by a white conservative bank teller who played
country fiddle music, Stax became the preeminent soul music label in America, and became identified with the civil
rights movement of the 1960s and '70s. RESPECT YOURSELF documents the Stax label, its visionaries, and most of
all, its music.
|The Stax Museum of American Soul Music: http://www.soulsvilleusa.com
located at the original site of the legendary Stax Records in the heart of Soulsville USA in Memphis, Tennessee,
welcomes you to all things Stax. This 17,000-square-foot facility with more than 2,000 cultural artifacts, music
exhibits, video footage, and items of memorabilia is designed to preserve and promote the legacy of American soul
music, particularly that of Stax Records. With permanent Soul Music exhibits, like Soul Train, to changing exhibits,
like Wattstax and Blaxploitation, the mission of the Stax Museum is to keep the memory of Stax soul music legends
alive forever. And because we are the only soul music museum in the world, you'll also find programs, special events,
concerts, exhibits and memorabilia dedicated to other soul music artists and labels, including that of Muscle Shoals,
Motown, Atlantic, and Hi Records.
The Stax Museum of American Soul Music:
|The Stax Museum of American Soul Music, located at the original site of the legendary Stax Records in the heart
of Soulsville USA in Memphis, Tennessee, welcomes you to all things Stax. This 17,000-square-foot facility with
more than 2,000 cultural artifacts, music exhibits, video footage, and items of memorabilia is designed to preserve
and promote the legacy of American soul music, particularly that of Stax Records. With permanent Soul Music exhibits,
like Soul Train, to changing exhibits, like Wattstax and Blaxploitation, the mission of the Stax Museum is to keep
the memory of Stax soul music legends alive forever. And because we are the only soul music museum in the world,
you'll also find programs, special events, concerts, exhibits and memorabilia dedicated to other soul music artists
and labels, including that of Muscle Shoals, Motown, Atlantic, and Hi Records.
WDRV 97.1 FM http://www.wdrv.com
|Week Days 10a-3p Ten @
10, One 45
@ 1:45, Bob Stroud http://www.wdrv.com/stroud.php, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org,
|Thu 4/22 3p Bobby Skafish A
to Z! 2,000 songs from The Drive library alphabetically,
Listener feedback keeps the music on The Drive interesting as you suggest songs for us to play and songs
for us to give a break. Nothing highlights those changes more than playing a huge chunk of the library in alphabetical
order. So this week, we'll do just that with The Drive A to Z · 2010. Built by you and your suggestions.
We couldn't possibly play everything in our library in the week or so this will take, but you'll get a great idea
of the variety that makes up the Soundtrack of Our Lives.
|Thu 10/14 12M-All Day The
Drive's Album Sides Thursday! http://www.wdrv.com/thursdayartistportrait.php
You asked for it and we're doing it again, The Drive's Album Sides Thursday returns this
week with nothing but complete album sides all day long. Played off their original vinyl in all their warm analog
glory. Fingers crossed, none of them will skip!
Join us all day Thursday on WDRV 97.1 FM http://www.wdrv.com
The Drive for our Thursday Artist Portrait Eric
|Fri 3/19 5p Triple Play Weekend! All weekend long on The Drive, when you're jamming to your favorite artists, jam on because we'll
feature them all in sets of three. Three from the Stones, Zeppelin, the Doors, Beatles, Steely Dan, The Who, Springsteen
|Fri 8/14 5p Woodstock at 40!
shared moments in our lives reverberate their influence throughout the years. This weekend on The Drive we'll take
a close look at the impact of one of those experiences with Woodstock at 40. How 3 days of Peace & Music changed
the world...and the artists who continued the journey with hope for a brighter and more peaceful future and who
along the way become an integral part of "the Soundtrack of Our Lives."
Santana, The Who, CSNY, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Joe Cocker, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, the Jefferson Airplane,
Sly & the Family Stone, the Grateful Dead, the Band, Ten Years After, Canned Heat, Richie Havens, Mountain
and others. Join us all weekend long beginning Friday at 5 for Woodstock at 40 . . . on 97.1 FM The Drive: WDRV 97.1 FM http://www.wdrv.com
Check out the Woodstock Widget at WDRV 97.1 FM http://www.wdrv.com
to see videos, hear podcasts of special features, complete songs and see great photos from Woodstock. You'll also
find a couple of drawings to enter for free copies of the Woodstock Experience CD series of classic 1969 albums
and the box set of all 5 albums from Legacy Records...and the box set Woodstock 40 years On: Back to Yasgur's Farm
courtesy of Rhino Records. Sign up at WDRV 97.1 FM http://www.wdrv.com
to be included in the drawings.
|Sun 7-10a Rock 'N Roll Roots: Bob Stroud http://www.wdrv.com/stroud.php, mailto:email@example.com, Roots
is a Chicago institution with a 25 year history on the radio airwaves. Bob Stroud demonstrates
his vast rock & roll knowledge and spreads his musical wings for our Sunday morning entertainment.