This video will bring you to an interactive site where you can discover, buy and listen to local music, listen to other people’s music, browse local and national music and buy and sell local and domestic products.
This is the Chicago music exchange.
(This site is sponsored by the Chicago Public Library.)
If you’ve never heard of the Chicago, Illinois music exchange, you’re not alone.
Its not a national or even a regional music festival.
It’s a small-scale event, run by a local nonprofit, and it’s run by members of the community.
(We’ll get to that.)
This site lets you shop locally and online, listen locally and on the go, and buy local and exported music and other local products.
You can also shop for music, see the latest local artists and music festivals, and listen locally to local artists.
There’s a calendar for local musicians, a community radio station, and the local artist portal.
If I could give this site a shot, I’d buy all the CDs, cassettes and DVDs I could find.
It was a dream come true when I started.
It really helps me stay motivated and stay in touch with local artists, local businesses, and local musicians.
The Chicago music community is a strong, diverse and vibrant group of people.
It is a place I feel like I belong.
This site is just a place for people to connect, share music, and connect with each other.
It gives us a place to celebrate and remember all that makes Chicago unique.
For more information, visit the ChicagoMusicExchange.org site.