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Save the date: "The Bloodshot Beer-B-Q," Sept. 12

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The Hideout isn't doing a full-blown block party this year--oh, this economy--but Bloodshot Records, one of Chicago's local-treasure indie labels, will be celebrating its 15th anniversary outside the club on Wabansia at Elston with a day-long "Beer-B-Q" starting at noon on Sept. 12.

The lineup includesAlejandro Escovedo, the Waco Brothers with Rico Bell, Bobby Bare Jr., Deadstring Brothers, the reunited Blacks, the Scotland Yard Gospel Choir, Scott H. Biram and a reunion by Moonshine Willy, playing one show only after a decade-long break.

Admission is $10, with proceeds benefiting Rock for Kids and 826 Chicago. Tickets can be reserved at

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