Conde Nast: How to Support Local Business in Chicago During COVID-19

Tip your bartender, virtually Chicago is a music city, and you’d be hard-pressed to find a more beloved venue than the The Hideout. The friendly dive is a favorite of patrons and artists, as well as a staple in grassroots programming. Hideout closed its doors ahead of state and city orders, and was the first venue […]

Chicago Tribune Names The Hideout 'Chicagoans Of The Year In Music'

The Hideout is the little club that could. It’s one of the smaller clubs in a city saturated with music venues, but few have had a bigger impact on their community, a community that’s like family. Hideout co-owners Tim and Katie Tuten are a married couple, and fellow owners Jim and Mike Hinchsliff are twins. […]

Chicago Tribune sits down with Ester to talk their new album "Curtains"

Ester, Anna Holmquist’s latest musical endeavor, lands at the Hideout next week to play an album release show for their forthcoming album “Curtains.”  The Tribune sat down with the band to talk about the formation of the group, some of the inspiration behind their new album, and what it was like, specifically for Anna Holmquist, […]

Rolling Stone Talks Jim Lauderdale and his latest single "Time Flies"

Jim Lauderdale’s been putting out music for more than three decades. His latest single “Time Flies,” from a forth coming album with the same title, is a rumination on time and music and a personal reflection on both. Rolling Stone took a deeper look at the new single and the career of the “Americana King.” Lauderdale, no […]

Studs Terkels' Birthday/Radio Archive Launch Celebration at the Hideout

Studs Terkel was an author, historian, broadcaster, activist and hero to the city of Chicago and its people (and too many of those who may call the Hideout a home). This coming Wednesday (May 16th) would be Studs’ 106th birthday. We’re throwing a celebration of his life, his work and the release of 5,000+ stories […]

Timeout Chicago names Yonatan Gat's Hideout Performance one of May's top-hits

Ever since his latest release, “Cue the Machines,” a few months ago, Yonatan Gat has been a hot topic amongst music writers across the country, and especially across the city in anticipation of his upcoming performance at the Hideout.  His music is its own genre, hitting corners of avant-garde Jazz to rock n’ roll to punk and […]