Jared Rabin Band

 

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9:00 pm

October 6, 2017

9 PM – FREE admission!

Jared Rabin is a multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, and producer from Chicago. He started learning at age five from his grandfather, who was then first chair violinist for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He traveled the world playing violin as a kid. He later taught himself to play guitar and mandolin, and became interested in a wide array of musical styles. He spent two years in LA before moving back to Chicago to play professionally at age 20.

Jared has spent the last decade pursuing music from all angles. His range has taken him from the violin section of The Chicago Civic Orchestra to the guitar chair in The DePaul Jazz Ensemble. He has long been a mainstay in Chicago rock clubs. He continues to perform original music across the US in addition to producing commercial music. He appears on a slew of records, and can be seen performing frequently in Chicago and across the US with a variety of projects.

Jared’s debut solo record, “Something Left to Say” was released in September of 2015 to critical acclaim, and reached #15 on the Roots Music Report Americana Radio charts after receiving nationwide airplay. Jared produced the record and played nearly all the parts himself.  American Songwriter Magazine called the record, “An Americana masterpiece.” The title track won First Place (Folk) in the 2016 USA Songwriting Competition.