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Billy Dec shares events from the city and suburbs.
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 - Provided courtesy of WLS Forever Undefined, Maywood natives, stop by to talk about their belief of overcoming stereotypes in Chicago.
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 - Provided courtesy of WLS Ramsey Lewis has been a jazz icon for more than 50 years. Lewis is a Chicago native who holds three Grammy awards and seven gold records.
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 - Provided courtesy of WLS Chance the Rapper is taking the music scene by storm. Donnie Trumpet and the The Social Experiment perform with him on WCL!
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 - Provided courtesy of WLS Sir the Baptist, a Chicago native, has been compared to Ray Charles and Kanye West.
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They're an iconic rap duo who are ingrained in music history.
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Maddi Jane is a Wheaton, Ill., native whose songs have taken the Internet by storm. The singer/songwriter hit Billboards' Top 50 in social media, right next to Jennifer Lopez and Katy Perry.
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 - Provided courtesy of WLS The Mercury Theatre Chicago has extended its run of the wildly popular show ''Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash'' until Aug. 30.
One of the iconic sounds of the 1980's was Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine. With songs like "Conga," "Rhythm is Gonna Get You," and "Turn The Beat Around," they made us move to a Latin beat. The music is only one side of the story. Theirs is also a 37-year-old love story that has come to the stage in "On Your Feet: The Musical." "On Your Feet: The Musical" makes its pre-Broadway premiere right here at Broadway in Chicago.
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Chicago boy band i.M Possible performs their latest song, "Lately."
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Nico & Vinz are a pop duo who's single "Am I Wrong" hit the charts last year.
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 - Provided courtesy of WLS Singer-songwriter Gavin James stops by WCL to perform ''The Book of Love.''
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Chicagoan Jim Peterik talks about the 50th anniversary of his band, The Ides of March!
Country superstar Jo Dee Messina is in Chicago to talk about her new book, "Chicken Soup For The Soul: Thanks to My Mom."
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Kenny Lattimore's got one of the smoothest voices in the business.