St. Paul & the Broken Bones

Alabama soul meets the Windy City this November when St. Paul and The Broken Bones comes to town for an unforgettable two-night concert experience. 

2-Night Concert Event

Friday, November 17 at Thalia Hall (Chicago) -- tickets starting at $57

Saturday, November 18 at FitzGerald's (Berwyn) -- tickets $175 (includes beer, wine, specialty cocktail, soft drinks and light food)

A portion of your ticket purchase will be tax deductible. 


About St. Paul and the Broken Bones

What started as a self-released EP, Greetings from St. Paul and The Broken Bones, catapulted into the Southern soul-rock band known today as St. Paul and The Broken Bones.  This eight member squad includes Paul Janeway (Lead Vocals), Browan Lollar (Guitars, Vocals), Andrew Lee (Drums, Percussion), Jesse Phillips (Bass), Allen Branstetter (Trumpet), Al Gamble (Organ, Piano), Jason Mingledorff (Saxophone, Flute), and Chad Fisher (Trombone).

The band signed with Single Lock Records to release their first full album, Half the City, in 2014, featuring songs like “Call Me” and “Broken Bones and Pocket Change.”  The distinctive sound and soulful grit struck a deep chord across the nation, grabbing the attention of media sources like Rolling Stone magazine, Southern Living, and NPR where they performed on “Tiny Desk Concert.”

Their second album, Sea of Noise, released in 2016, hit new heights, further distinguishing the uniqueness of the band. The album touches upon the themes of redemption, salvation, and hope amidst a world of noise.  In addition to their time in the studio, St. Paul and The Broken Bones has toured throughout the U.S. and Europe, performed at major music festivals like Coachella and Lollapalooza, and opened for legends like The Rolling Stones.   


Proceeds from the two-night concert event will directly benefit the nearly 50,000 individuals Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry serves every year. 

Special thanks to WXRT, The Moller Family Foundation, and Bill and Emily Reedy.  

Questions? Contact Lauren, Development and Event Coordinator


Interested in Becoming an Event Sponsor? 

Your sponsorship not only helps your business reach hundreds of attendees, but also supports the vital programs and services offered by Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry. 

Contact Lauren for additional information on becoming an event sponsor. 


St. Paul And The Broken Bones: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert