Season number 19 is about to begin for Sings Like Hell, so save money, get your season tickets now, and prepare for yet another six months of serious singing from songwriters who should all be famous. One such rocker who is famous, however, will grace the Lobero stage on May 12. That would be Richard Thompson, who’ll present 1,000 Years of Popular Music, which is his interpretation of the history of music. Otherwise, expect Sonya Kitchell and the Cynical Girls on April 22; Kris Delmhorst/Shannon McNally Band on May 20; The Greencards and Caroline Herring on June 10; Richmond Fontaine and Hamell On Trial on July 8; Chip Taylor, Carrie Rodriguez, and Michael McDermott on August 19; and Teddy Thompson Band and Etienne de Rocher on September 9. See singslikehell.com.
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Originally published 12:00 p.m., April 13, 2006
Updated 1:36 p.m., April 15, 2006
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