11:00 AM EDT, June 8, 2012
Roger Waters: Last chance. Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters builds “The Wall” outdoors as the epic two-year tour (which played the United Center in 2010) winds down this summer. Alas, his Floyd bandmates won’t be with him to replicate one of the landmark albums of the progressive era, 8:30 p.m. Friday at Wrigley Field, $35 to $250; tickets.com.
Kelly Hogan: One of the most versatile and respected singers of the last two decades is celebrating the release of a career-best album, “I Like to Keep Myself in Pain” (Anti), which straddles pop, soul and country, 8 p.m. Friday at Space, 1245 Chicago Av., Evanston, Ill.; $12 and $22; evanstonspace.com; 9 p.m. Saturday at FitzGeralds, 6615 Roosevelt Road, Berwyn, Ill., $15; fitzgeraldsnightclub.com.
Radiohead: The U.K. quintet once again is tasked with adapting a heavily electronic album (the 2011 release “King of Limbs”) to a live, rock-combo setting. Word is they’re doing a pretty good job of it. Who can forget how they transformed “Kid A” on tour a decade ago? 7:30 p.m. Sunday at First Midwest Bank Amphitheater, Tinley Park, Ill., $50 to $85; ticketmaster.com.
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