When: Wed., April 5, 8 p.m. 2017
When the wife-and-husband team of Allison Russell and J.T. Nero put their raspy harmonies to folk songs like “Remember Wild Horses” or “Real Midnight,” you’re sucked into an otherwordly interplay of deeply soulful voices meditating on deeply personal hopes and fears. The songs of Birds of Chicago are as rich as acoustic music gets, and in the right venue — like, say, the Evening Muse — they will take you to church. The good kind of church.