Maxwell's at the Club offers live entertainment every Tuesday through Friday


Maxwell's at the Club offers live entertainment every Tuesday through Friday

Maxwell's at the Club, ChicagoJanuary 15, 2015: Join Maxwell's at the Club in Chicago after work and into the evening for a great mix of live entertainment in the bar/lounge. You can order from Maxwell's special bar food menu, filled with freshly prepared appetizers, small plates and flatbreads. Or enjoy a delicious full dinner while sitting in the bar/lounge area. Maxwell's has a fully-stocked bar with an excellent wine selection, craft beers and flavorful cocktails. With no membership required nor a cover charge, good food and entertainment is hassle-free! 
 
Every Tuesday, enjoy the smooth, groovin' sounds of Chicago's Midnight Sun as they deliver Motown and R&B favorites from artists such as Michael Jackson, Earth Wind & Fire, Phil Collins, Aretha Franklin, and a of host other soulful artists. Focusing on classic rhythm and blues, more contemporary "quiet storm" vocal tunes, plus pop hits and standards, Midnight Sun makes for a refreshing, toe-tapping evening.
 
On Wednesdays, a formally trained and technically accomplished Flamenco guitarist, David Chiriboga showcases an expressive style that captures the spirit of musical styles from Spain and Latin America. He blends the traditional Flamenco music of Spain with the punchy rhythms of South America to create a captivating musical landscape. 
 
Master of the eighty-eights, Robert Solone is one of Chicago's most in-demand pianists and piano bar performers, who will perform at Maxwell’s on Thursdays. He is an accomplished vocalist, skillfully performing a set of richly textured selection of show tunes, pop song, original compositions, classical works, jazz and blues. 
 
Friday night in Chicago would not be complete with some great straight-ahead Chicago-style jazz to wind down after a busy week. Ken Haebich, Redd Hold and Friends fill the bill perfectly with jazz, blues and pop classics. The trio features Ken Haebich on bass, Redd Holt on drums and other special guests. 

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