November 16th, 2013
Tickets $12.00

Exclusive Interview with Singer
Max Riske
The Voice of Chicago

One of the biggest events happening in Chicago every year is the “Chill Fest Chicago”. Over 100 artists perform in 30 music venues in the Wicker Park Bucktown Area of Chicago.

“It is all about CONNECTION and MUSIC!”
-Max Riske-

Max Riske, a singer-musician and award winning from Chicago is the lead singer for “The Root Cause”. Max has an uncountable number of successful live performances and recording sessions on a giant resume. Max Riske was born to make music, sing and perform. The blood running in his veins has a title: ROCK MUSIC!

Due to the unbeatable music trajectory Max has in Chicago, he got the call to help with the event.

“I was approached by the WPCC/Chicago to help recruit the artists for this event. One of the Board members knows me through the band "Richard Seng" and he approached me about trying to help because I do have large number of friends who are musicians”.

“We are trying to show Chicago and the world our amazing music scene. This fest really had me involved in pushing the Chicago Music Scene”.

“The Root Cause” will be performing the Evening event at 8:30pm at Subterranean.

Set list is as follows:

·        Dreaming of home
·        Easy to be greedy
·        Question
·        Common man
·        Ticket to no where
·        Your the best of me
·        To become

“The Root Cause” will also play a variety of new songs from their upcoming album which is expected to be released in June, 2014.

“My band has received a lot of attention because of my involvement in this and I have been doing a lot of media interviews and performances to promote this. There will be VIP people coming too.”

“The WPCC is trying to push the neighborhood and the shops and venues along with the local music scene. It is a fest like no other. All musicians are playing for free”.

“I am very proud to have accomplished this with my band manager of MOTU MANAGEMENT Paul Grachan. We have a lot of the venues donating food and beer of the main event too”.

“We also count with the unconditional support of Chicago FM Radio Stations: FM 88.7, 97.9 The Loop and 101.1”.

November 16th, 2013
Tickets $12.00