I know I probably say this every time, but it’s seriously mind blowing how fast each month and this year has gone by so far! This is already my 5th artist of the month post and each time I’m so excited and honored to share info about an artist I’ve been obsessing over. It’s been amazing being able to chat with these people and I love being able to showcase their work on this blog. I hope you enjoy reading and learning about May’s Artist Of The Month post as much as I enjoyed creating it!
It’s hard to believe that another month has come to an end but here we are! Out of all of the artist of the month features, I’m probably most excited to share this one. That’s no shade towards the other artists I’ve featured, but I’ve been a fan of this one in particular for over a year at this point and being able to feature her more in-depth on the blog is so exciting!
We’re back with another post for Artist Of The Month! It’s crazy that this is already my third AOTM post of the year and I’m super excited to keep this going throughout 2019. Like I said when I introduced this series, I was open to formatting ideas but loved the potential to feature artist interviews as much as I could.
Super excited to share February’s Artist Of The Month! I discovered this artist right before 2018 came to a close and their lead single off of their upcoming album has been in my queue on Spotify quite frequently since. I had the amazing opportunity to ask Lily & Madeleine some questions about their upcoming album & tour. But first, I wanted to share some basic info on the sisters before diving into the Q&A. I hope you walk away from this blog post with brand new musicians to fall in love with!
On top of a lot of goals I have for Chicago Haze in 2019, one that I am really excited about is introducing a new monthly spotlight post to share info on new artists that I’ve been digging. It took me awhile to get to this post for January for a couple reasons, but one is because I wasn’t sure how I wanted to format it – and I’m sure the format is going to be changing from month to month, and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. For example, I have an interview lined up for next month’s Artist Of The Month (super exciting!) and that one will be more of a Q&A format. But for now…