Splitting his time between Chicago and Portland, singer-songwriter Kory Quinn will be in the Windy City tomorrow night to celebrate the vinyl release of his second full-length LP, At The End of The Bar.

With the help of genre staples like the lap steel, mandolin, harmonica, fiddle, and banjo, Quinn and his ensemble, The Comrades,  create country tunes soaked in Americana and worthy of a foot stomp or two. You can check out a video of the group in action performing “$2000 Song” from At The End of The Bar at Portland’s Alberta Rose Theater, below.

The show, an official part of the Chicago Blues and Bluegrass Festival, starts at 9:00 PM tomorrow, 2/8, at the Hideout – 1354 W Wabansia Ave. Departure will open the show, with The Lawrence Peters Outfit taking the headlining slot and rounding out the night.

Tickets will cost you $10 at the door, or just $8 if you pick them up online in advance of the show. You can RSVP on Facebook if you’re planning on catching the show.

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