Jared Rabin


www.jaredrabin.com/

"Jared Rabin is a multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter, and producer from Chicago. He started learning fiddle at age five with his grandfather, who was the first chair violinist for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He traveled the world playing violin as a kid. He taught himself to play guitar and mandolin, and became interested in jazz, bluegrass and rock music. He moved to LA for two years to go to music school at USC before moving back to Chicago to play professionally.
Over the last decade, Jared has become a mainstay at many of Chicago's jazz and rock clubs. He spent years touring the US with an instrumental progressive rock group called The Hue. He produces commercial music, appears on a ton of records, and can be seen performing frequently in Chicago and beyond, touring in support of his original music whenever he gets a chance.
Jared's debut solo record, "Something Left to Say" was released in September of 2015  and reached #15 on the Roots Music Report Americana Radio charts after receiving nationwide airplay. Jared produced the record and played nearly all the instruments himself. American Songwriter Magazine called the record "An Americana masterpiece."

August 19
The Bare Hambones
August 26
Majors Junction