Friends of the Lisle Library
Concert Schedule

Lisle Public Library
777 Front Street
Lisle, IL 60532 (Map)

Concerts are in Meeting Room A/B and are free. Refreshments are served. Sponsored by the Friends of the Lisle Library.

2:00 PM, Sunday, June 25, 2017
Devil in the Woodpile - Blues, Jazz, Ragtime, & Folk

Devil In The Woodpile play acoustic music covering a wide range of styles from the pre-war era. They have been a pillar in the Chicago music scene for nearly 20 years, offering one-and-all a foot-stomping experience. They bring back the days when musicians played their instruments and belted out their craft. They feature washboard, harmonica, and slap doggin’ bass, and play the great ensemble American music of the 1930‘s.

2:00 PM, Sunday, August 13, 2017
The  Matt Hendricks Duo - A Tribute to Willie Dixon

Willie Dixon has been called “the father of modern Chicago Blues.” Indisputably the preeminent Blues songwriter of his era, he served as a crucial link between the Blues and Rock ‘N Roll and is credited with hundreds of songs. Matt Hendricks is a Chicago-based singer, songwriter and guitarist who is keeping the Blues alive with his art and has performed with music legends all over the country.

2:00 PM, Sunday, August 27, 2017
Tom Kastle

Tom Kastle is a singer, songwriter, actor, and sailor who has performed throughout the US, Canada, Europe, and New Zealand. His performances feature his powerful voice and accompaniment on 6 and 12-string guitars with occasional concertina and free reed instruments. He is a faculty member of the Old Town School of Folk Music and the Narrator for the Candid Concert Opera Company.

 2:00 PM, Sunday, September 24, 2017

Switchback is the award-winning duo of Brian FitzGerald and Martin McCormack.  Switchback draws on traditional Celtic music and original Americana songs that reflect their Irish heritage and Midwestern roots.

2:00 PM, Sunday, October 08, 2017
Lee Murdock - Great Lakes Ghosts

Lee Murdock has uncovered a boundless body of music and stories in the Great Lakes.  Taking snapshots from history, his songs summon the listener to take a front-row seat to look through the eyes and into the hearts of individuals who have shaped our heritage on and around the Great Lakes.