Concerts & Events

Sunday, December 9, 2012  ♦  7:30 PM

Singing for Survivors: A Benefit Concert for CAASE (Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation)

featuring Diana & the Dishes, Mandy & the Bandits, and Sugarcreek Road

4545 N Lincoln Ave · The Myron R. Szold Music & Dance Hall · 773.728.6000

  • Diana & The Dishes

    Garnering comparisons to Ben Folds and Fiona Apple and Regina Spektor, Chicago band Diana & The Dishes presents a unique, high-energy recipe of pop, soul, wit, tight musicianship, and contagious fun.

    Mandy and The Bandits

    Mandy and the Bandits' sound is a highly-conductive amalgam of styles. Bluegrass-inspired, country-imbued, with flecks of jazz and more than a little bit of rock-n-roll, these songs and this band burst with originality, raw emotion, and poetry.

    Sugarcreek Road

    Sugarcreek Road brings a unique mixture of styles together, including folk, pop, country, Americana, and gospel. The group is comprised of noted Chicago musicians: Kara Kesselring, Ryan Hinshaw, Rob Anderlik, and Patrick Williams. Unpaved. Homespun. Country.


    The Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation is committed to building a global community free from sexual exploitation and sexual harm. They know that all forms of sexual exploitation, including sexual assault and the commercial sex trade, are detrimental to a healthy society and undermine the dignity of all people. CAASE addresses the culture, institutions, and individuals that perpetrate, profit from, or support sexual exploitation. Their work includes prevention, policy reform, community engagement, and legal services.

The Old Town School of Folk Music, Inc.
4544 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago IL 60625  •  773.728.6000