Montrose Room To Feature Lisa McClowry & Rock Bank ‘Kill Hannah’

The Montrose Room located at the InterContinental Hotel in Rosemont is pleased to announce their upcoming music schedule for the month of July which will feature two acclaimed performers; contemporary jazz, R&B and pop singer Lisa McClowry for her new record release concert, and the rock band Kill Hannah.  Tickets for both shows are available now and can be purchased on The Montrose Room’s website by visiting http://montroseroom.com/.

Lisa McClowry’s recent and much anticipated album, Lisa McClowry Sings Acoustic Alchemy, is the catalyst for her 2012 tour with multiple dates throughout the U.S. beginning in July and extending through September.  With a four-octave voice range and ability to branch into multiple musical genres, Lisa has performed on more than 25 albums and has been featured in a number of major motion pictures and commercials.  Lisa will be performing on Saturday, July 21.  See below for show time, seating and ticket prices.

The following week, Chicago-based rock band Kill Hannah will perform at the Montrose Room on Friday, July 27.  Formed in 1993 and achieving much critical and popular acclaim since their inception, Kill Hannah has released six studio albums, seven EPs and two compilation albums, as well as three DVDs.  The band wrapped up their 2012 European tour in March and will be performing atChicago’sWickerPark fest in July as well.  Montrose Room ticket prices and seating are available below.

Lisa McClowry, Saturday July 21 at 8:30 PM, doors at 8:00 PM

  • VVIP: $30, first row, main floor
  • VIP: $18, main floor
  • GA: $12, general seating, second level

 

Kill Hannah, Friday, July 27 at 8:30 PM, doors at 8:00 PM

  • GA: $15, general seating

The Montrose Room at the InterContinental Chicago O’Hare

5300 N. River Rd

Rosemont,IL60018

(847) 544-5300

http://montroseroom.com/

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About the Montrose Room

Named one of Chicago’s Top 5 Suburban Bars by TimeOut Chicago, the Montrose Room boasts ringside cabaret seating (think Park West – West) for only a few hundred, bringing performers up close and personal with their fans.  The Montrose Room also features the ‘eco-chic’ Ice Bar, serving up the country’s only Ice-tinis – specialty martinis served in glasses made of pure ice. 

Located within the InterContinental Chicago O’Hare, doors typically open by 8 pm and patrons must be 18 and older for admittance.  PARKING RATES IN INTERCONTINENTAL O’HARE LOT ARE AS FOLLOWS: Up Close @ Montrose shows: $5.00 (validated).  The blue line Rosemont stop is the closest public transportation stop from the city.  For more information and current schedule, visit Montrose Room at montroseroom.com or call 847/544-5300.  Join the Montrose Room on Facebook at facebook.com/montroseroom or follow on Twitter at twitter.com/montroseroom. 

About Lisa McClowry

Lisa’s four octave range and stylistic excursions into jazz, R&B, pop, blues and even country have endeared her to thousands of fans from her hometown to clubs and festivals throughout the U.S., received a nomination for International Vocalist of the Year from the WAVE Awards, formerly known as the Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards. In addition to receiving significant airplay on many terrestrial contemporary jazz stations and internet radio formats, her song “When It Comes From The Heart” (a bonus track on Time Signatures) was featured in the documentary “When It Comes From The Heart – The Journey of a Song,” which premiered at the Naperville (Illinois) Independent Film Festival.

About Kill Hannah

Kill Hannah was formed by singer-songwriter Mat Devine in 1993. The band is named after Devine’s ex-girlfriend.  At the time, Devine was singing and playing guitar in a band called In a Jar UK. After the fallout with Hannah, Devine printed up stickers to place on In a Jar UK 7″ records bearing the name “Kill Hannah.”  Starting in the late 90′s with a dream to become “an edgier, American version of The Cure,” front-man Devine led his band through a worldwide touring schedule, two major label releases, and six full-length albums.