FitzGerald's Presents: Stay-At-Home Concert Series

Sat, May 30 2020, 4:00pm - FREE, Tips Collected via Venmo / Paypal - Tickets

Over the past few weeks, we’ve had the honor of sharing that love of live music with our community through the FITZGERALDS Stay-At-Home concert series. We don’t plan on slowing down these rolling performances any time soon. This weekend, we’re bringing more music to the Berwyn and Oak Park neighborhoods with singer/songwriter & record producer, Ryan Joseph Anderson

***Proper social distancing will be required amongst anyone involved.***
To prevent gathering, the exact location will remain secret. However, if you live in NORTH OAK PARK (60302) between N. Lake Street, W. of Austin, E. of Harlem, S. of North Ave, Click here: THE FITZGERALDS STAY AT HOME CONCERT LOCATION REQUEST FORM to request The FitzGeralds Stay At Home Concert pay your block a visit this Saturday between 4:00PM and 5:30PM. We are likely to visit the blocks that we receive the most requests from. Encourage your neighbors to fill out the form. Please remember to stay on your own property and maintain a safe distance.
Whether we visit your block or you enjoy the livestream: support the club, the artist and our staff via Venmo: @FITZGERALDSNIGHTCLUB (last four digits: 0646) or PayPal:
This is certainly the first concert any of us have promoted where we're asking people NOT to come
If you do not live nearby, tune in to the live stream on the FITZGERALDS facebook page. And seriously: Stay At Home!

Ryan Joseph Anderson’s solo career began in April 2014 with the release of his debut album, The Weaver’s Broom. The album, engineered and co-produced by Andrija Tokic (Alabama Shakes, Hooray for the Riff Raff), was hailed as one of the best Americana records of the year. Songs from The Weaver’s Broom made "best of" lists for Daytrotter and Songpickr and were featured in Paste and Magnet. American Songwriter said that Anderson "evokes the open-tunings of Nick Drake as well as the barroom howl of Tom Waits." Before going solo, Anderson was known as the bandleader and songwriter for the beloved Chicago roots outfit Go Long Mule, as a guitar slinger for garage-rockers Rambos, and as a producer, sessions man and sideman for numerous artists. His influences range from country blues to psychedelic rock and are on prominent display in his masterful guitar playing and songwriting. Anderson’s sophomore release, City of Vines was released in the summer of 2017 to critical acclaim. He toured extensively in support of the record and has shared the stage with such acts as Robert Earl Keene, Honey Honey, Robbie Fulks, Charlie Parr, and Amy Helm.