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  • Lincoln Hall is located at 2424 N. Lincoln Ave. in Chicago, IL.

  • Advance tickets guarantee entry to the show.
    • They are general admission only and DO NOT guarantee seating.
    • For the best seats/position in the music room please arrive 30 minutes prior to show time to pick-up your tickets.
    • All shows are 21+ unless otherwise noted.
  • Tickets ARE NOT mailed to you.
    • A NON-REFUNDABLE service charge will be added to the purchase price of each ticket - in the instance of a show cancellation, this fee will not be returned.
    • All tickets purchased through the web site are NON-REFUNDABLE.
    • All tickets are NON-TRANSFERRABLE.
    • The name in the 'Shipping Address' portion of your order will be the name your tickets are held under at the door- if you are buying tickets for someone else, you must indicate their name in these fields.
    • Advance tickets are only available through LincolnHallChicago.com (until 5 pm day of show) and JamUSA.com when noted. Lincoln Hall does not have a physical box office. Walk-up ticket purchases are only available at Lincoln Hall beginning one hour before listed show time unless the show is sold out.
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Tue. May 15 2012

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In the pantheon of body parts romanticized in song, the heart is clearly the favorite (See: All Pop Songs), while the lung is as overlooked and misunderstood as a gangly feminist at a beauty pageant. But in Lung of Love, Amy Ray's sixth solo album in a decade, the punk-folk icon gives the humble apparatus its due.

Ray has always been on the side of the underdogs. In the mid 1970s, Amy Ray was a Georgia 'tween, plucking out Partridge Family songs on her guitar and dreaming of becoming David Cassidy, the ardent teen idol who got all the girls. She loved the psychedelic hippies like Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix, too. A poetic tomboy with big green eyes, Ray began writing songs about injustice and the tragedy of unrequited love, and playing her music in the schoolyard. "Even then, I had a sense that what I was writing was not for authority," says Ray. "I wrote for me and my peers."

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