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Frankie Knuckles, Melissa Etheridge on CDs; Robin Williams series; Village People; 'Boystown'
2015-06-10

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Melissa Etheridge show out on CD, DVD

Shout! Factory has released the Melissa Etheridge concert "A Little Bit of Me: Live in L.A." It's out on CD, Blu-ray/CD and DVD/CD as well as a digital edition, and a deluxe digital edition available exclusively on iTunes.

The disc chronicles Etheridge's Dec. 12, 2014, show at the Orpheum Theater—the final night of her "This is M.E." tour. She and the band performed new songs from her 13th studio album, This Is M.E., such as "Take My Number" and "A Little Bit of Me," as well as classic hits like "Come To My Window," "I'm The Only One" and "Like The Way I Do."

Bonus features on the DVD and Blu-ray combos include interviews with Etheridge, members of her band and special guests Delta Rae;"Backstage Pass," a behind-the-scenes look at the Orpheum performance; and a photo gallery.

Etheridge will play at Ravinia in Highland Park, along with Blondie, on July 2; visit Ravinia.org .

Wicker Park holding Robin Williams series

The Wicker Park Advisory Council ( WPAC ) has announced the Robin Williams Movies in the Park Series, featuring six films by the late actor from June to September.

The films will be shown in Wicker Park, 1425 N. Damen Ave., starting at dusk.

The schedule is as follows: Night at the Museum ( June 18 ), Mrs. Doubtfire ( July 9 ), Hook ( July 30 ), Jumanji ( Aug. 20 ), Dead Poets Society ( Aug. 27 ) and The Final Cut ( Sept. 3 ).

Visit WickerPark.org or call 773-278-9075.

Village People in Chicago June 20

Marking their 38th year as the "kings of disco," Village People return to Chicago for a special Pride Fest concert and '80s dance party on Saturday, June 20, at the Portage Theater, 4050 N. Milwaukee Ave.

Selling more than 100 million recordings, Village People had many hits throughout the '70s and '80s, such as "San Francisco/In Hollywood," "Macho Man," "YMCA," "In the Navy," "Go West," "Can't Stop the Music" and more.

Village People are Ray Simpson ( cop/lead singer ), Alexander Briley ( G.I./military ), Felipe Rose ( Native American Indian ), Eric Anzalone ( biker ), Bill Whitefield ( construction worker ) and Jim Newman ( cowboy ).

Frankie Knuckles CD released

Defected Records has released House Masters Frankie Knuckles—with tracks the late DJ personally selected, according to a press release.

The two-CD set is a charity release in collaboration with Def Mix Management and the estate of Frankie Knuckles. A few of the tracks include Knuckles' mix of Inner City's "Whatcha Gonna Do With My Lovin'," Knuckles' "The Whistle Song" (Sound Factory Mix) and Pet Shop Boys' "Left To My Own Devices" (Frankie Knuckles Royal Piano Version).

All profits are donated directly to The Frankie Knuckles Fund/Elton John AIDS Foundation.

To purchase the CD, visit store.defected.com .

Biondi releases third 'Boystown' installment

The third option in Jake Biondi's Boystown book series has been released.

In a press release, Biondi said, "'Season Three' picks up with the aftermath of the New Year's Eve explosion. While I won't reveal who lives and who dies, I will say this: Lives will be forever changed." Local entertainers such as Amy Armstrong and Steve Grand are featured in the third series.

In 2013, Biondi published the first 10 "episodes" in book form as Boystown: Season One. The sequel, Boystown: Season Two, was released in July 2014.

Visit www.JakeBiondi.com .


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