2200 N. Main St.
Princeton, IL 61356
Phone: (815) 872-3300
Fax: (815) 872-2306
2200 N. Main St., Princeton, IL, US, 61356
- Phone: (815) 872-3300
- Fax: (815) 872-2306
September 20, 2014 6:30 PM
September 20, 2014 1:30 PM
The Eastern Illinois Panthers represents the athletic programs and intercollegiate teams of Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois. An NCAA Division I school, the university competes in the Ohio Valley Conference and the Summit League (for swimming and men's soccer only). Eastern Illinois fields a number of men's and women's teams in sports such as baseball, basketball, cross country, football, volleyball, swimming, soccer, golf and rugby. Notable alumni from the university include retired MLB player Tim Bogar and NFL quarterback Tony Romo.
September 23, 2014 7:00 PM
Cody Canada & The Departed is a project from Oklahoma musician Cody Canada, former lead singer of the band Cross Canadian Ragweed. After 15 years with the Ragweed, Canada formed a new band called The Departed, an amalgamation of many former band members and touring mates of Canada's through out the years. The band's debut album, This Is Indian Land, was released in the spring of 2011 and features a selection of the band's favorite songs written by Oklahoma-based musicians.
September 23, 2014 7:30 PM
September 23, 2014 7:30 PM
September 26, 2014 8:00 PM
Louisville, Kentucky-based band Days of the New is an alternative rock group led by vocalist and guitarist Travis Meeks. The band was signed in 1995 after its playing its third live show, and the following year the band entered the studio to record its debut album. Offering a post-grunge sound, the band's self-titled debut album was released in 1997 and entered the top 40 of the US Albums chart. Days of the New's original lineup dissolved in 1998, though Meeks assembled a new backing band just a year later in time to release the 1999 album Days of the New II. The band went to release a third studio album in 2001 titled Days of the New III, and a compilation album in 2008.
September 27, 2014 5:00 PM
Gin Blossoms is an alternative pop/rock band from Tempe, Arizona that rose to become one of the more iconic American bands of the 1990s. Following the somewhat successful independent release of its first album Dusted in 1989, Gin Blossoms released its debut full-length studio album New Miserable Experience in 1992 to unprecedented popular and critical acclaim. The album included the now ubiquitous mid-1990s single "Hey Jealousy," which would catapult the band to international fame and recognition. Despite breaking up in 1997 to pursue individual projects, the members of Gin Blossoms reunited in 2002 and have been recording albums and performing live for audiences throughout the world ever since.
September 30, 2014 7:00 PM
Nicole Lane Frady dropped out of high school and left her hometown in Greenville, SC for Los Angeles. With no set direction of what to do, she turned to fashion and began having shoes manufactured in China, painting them, and selling them under the moniker Nikki Lane. It wasn't until five years after she arrived in Los Angeles that Nikki would begin to write music. Despite playing a couple shows to local acclaim, she stopped writing in exchange for a corporate job in New York City. After suffering from the loneliness brought along by big cities, Nikki quit her job and spent a solid three months learning the music of prolific country singers like Waylon Jennings and Loretta Lynn, using their music as inspiration to write her own. Within a month she had completed an album, and in 2009 she went to Nashville to record her self-released effort, No Room for Cowboys. Impressed by her spunky vocals and endearing personality, the independent label IAMSOUND offered her a deal and Nikki would soon spend her time split between writing and recording in Nashville and Los Angeles. Her 2011 debut release with the label was a four-song EP titled Gone, Gone, Gone, and the opening track of the same title serves as a farewell anthem to the South.
October 03, 2014 7:00 PM
Sponge is an alternative rock band that was formed in Detroit, Michigan in 1991 by ex-Loudhouse members Vinnie Dombroski, Mike Cross and Tim Cross, as well as Joey Mazzola. After recruiting a drummer, the band was signed to Sony Records in 1994 and released its debut studio album Rotting Pinata, in 1994. Following the release of its sophomore album Wax Ecstatic, in 1996, Sponge earned an opening spot on the Kiss reunion tour with its post-grunge, alternative metal sound and subsequently expanded its fan base into heavy metal audiences. Sponge released its seventh studio album with Three One Three Records in 2013.
October 05, 2014 7:00 PM
Hailing from Long Island, Jim Breuer is an stand-up comedian who gained recognition on the Harlem, NY-based weekly television program Uptown Comedy Club. After a short stint on Saturday Night Live in the 1990s he became host of VH1’s Web Junk television show in the 2000s. He probably remains best-known for his starring role in the film Half Baked, alongside Dave Chappelle.
October 07, 2014 7:30 PM
Under the Streetlamp is a four-piece vocal group comprised of the leading cast members of a Chicago production of the Tony Award-winning musical Jersey Boys. The quartet sings the best tunes from legends such as The Beach Boys, The Beatles and The Four Seasons, exposing a new generation to the rock and roll, doo wop and Motown hits from decades passed. Composed of Michael Ingersoll, Christopher Kale Jones, Shonn Wiley and Michael Cunio Under the Streetlamp has mastered the art of tight harmonies and smooth Rat Pack-inspired dance moves.
October 07, 2014 8:00 PM
Centered on legendary guitarist Carlos Santana, the rock outfit Santana was founded as the Carlos Santana Blues Band in the late 1960s. Born in Mexico to a father who played violin in a mariachi band, Santana picked up both the violin and guitar at an early age and eventually left Mexico and for San Francisco. While working as a street busker he met other musicians who were intent on creating an eclectic and world friendly rock sound, and Carlos Santana Blues Band was born. Inspired by jazz fusion, funk, psychedelic rock, blues rock and of course Latin music, the group shortened its name to Santana and first came to public attention after a performance at the now iconic Woodstock Festival of 1969. Since the release of its eponymous debut album the same year, Santana has released over 20 albums in the last few decade including 2012's Shape Shifter, solidifying Carlos Santana's reputation as one of Latin rock's most renowned figures.