Concert Review: Brian Grilli, Abby Kasch, Brother Virginia at Skooters Roadhouse hosted by The Iceman Show

On Saturday, April 2, Skooters Roadhouse, located in the Chicago Shorewood suburb, presented a lineup to remember. The roster for the night included performances by country music artists Abby Kasch, Brother Virginia, and Brian Grilli, hosted by world renowned country radio personality, The Iceman.

Kicking off the night was rising country artist, Abby Kasch, who was celebrating the release of her debut EP L.O.V.E. that night. Kasch, joined by the exquisite duo, Brother Virginia, played an acoustic, four-song set, which included three songs from her EP, wrapped up with a spontaneous cover of “Free Falling.” L.O.V.E. showcases strong vocals which accompanies catchy, effervescent tracks, exemplifying the age appropriate infatuation with falling in and out of love. To stay updated, follow Abby Kasch and listen to an exclusive clip of “Too Much For A Girl” below:


Claiming the No. 1 spot on Indieworld with his debut single, “Damn Good Day,” Brian Grilli has already generated quite the buzz in the music world. Included in his catalog of accomplishments, Grilli has written songs featured on Sons of Anarchy, and he is slated to release his second EP in June, which will include his current single, “My Hometown.” On Saturday night, Grilli and his band executed a killer, broad-spectrum set consisting of original songs, covers of Jake Own, Def Leppard, Zac Brown Band and Bryan Adams, and everything comprehensively between. Additionally, Skooters Roadhouse and its attendees were recorded as part of the music video for what’s sure to be a follow-up chart-topper with Grilli’s latest single, “My Hometown.” Check out the clip below of “My Hometown” from his performance at Skooters and be sure to follow Brian Grilli to stay in the loop!

Author: Tiera Bolt

Mix 1 part momma + 1 part writer + 1 part hairstylist. Add the love of laughter, adventure, and caffeine. Blend well with a passion for country music and hockey. Sprinkle with sass, and that's me.

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