Performing Arts Center, Village Hall

The Arts Council is so excited to present the following musical artists:

DJ Ray Jones,  Bolingbrook Resident
dio West Professional DJ Services

Audio West is a professional and experienced DJ company serving the greater Chicago land area. We specialize in weddings, lighting & draping, corporate events, school events, and parties for any oasion. 

Our goal is to make your event perfect. Whatever it takes, we’ll do anything possible to create a memorable event for you and your guests. 
See a sample here! 

Fixed Emotions

Fixed Emotion is a Blues Rock band based out of the Southern Suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. We mix styles of Rock, Blues, Country, Jazz, and Modern Musical styles to create our own sonic wall of sound to the public.

“Listening to their music confirms the great energetic styles of the earlier era’s of rock n roll that play’s throughout their set, and that is a party not to be missed.” – Stewart Brennan, World United Music.

Twist and the groove Machine Ft/ Al “Hurricane” Spears Bolingbrook Resident

Twist and the Groove machine hails from the western suburbs of Chicago – the home of the Blues and the host to the world renowned Chicago Blues Festival. The Groove Machine has been delivering a unique mix of Blues and R&B to the region for more than a decade, and its musicians boast over 125 combined years in the live entertainment business. Twist and the Groove machine are the “real deal” and they can be found on any given night performing in Chicago’s many nightclubs, festivals and private parties.

The Chicago Kingsnakes Trio 

The Chicago Kingsnakes are a corporately appropriate real deal Chicago Blues band that has been performing since 1983. Over the last 30 years the trio has worked for hundreds of international clients including Abbott Laboratories, Chevrolet, Chicago Convention & Tourism Bureau, Dannemiller, Epson, Fidelity Investments, GlaxoSmithKline, Macy’s, Miller Beer, Siemens, State Farm Insurance, Volkswagen, and The Walt Disney Corporation at Chicago landmark venues including The Adler Planetarium, The Art Institute, The Cadillac Theater, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, The Civic Opera House, Field Museum, The John Hancock Building, House of Blues, McCormick Place, Merchandise Mart, Museum of Science and Industry, Navy Pier, Soldier Field, U.S. Cellular Field, Willis Tower, Wrigley Field, as well as all of the major Downtown and Suburban hotels, and sightseeing boats


Willie buck has been leading notable bands in Chicago for over 50 years. He arrived on the scene during the 50’s, in the midst of the Chicago blues heyday-after a short period of singing as a teenager in the south on the Chitin Circuit. He quickly became a force on Maxwell Street singing with Dave & Louis Myers, Little Mack Simmons, Fred Below and Big Moose Walker who he would later record his first full length album with. His earlier LP singles are often sought out by collectors, they include how can “I be Nice to you,” “I Want my Baby” and the “Disco Blues.” For many years Willie was operating his own tow truck business and singing on the weekends but during his recent resurgence he has recorded an album for Delmark with the Rockin’ Johnny band and an album in Europe with JL Pardo. His singing style is simple, powerful and channels the spirit of Muddy Waters who is his primary influence. Many of today’s blues stars credit Willie for helping to give them a start in the blues. Willie had a small part in the movie Hoop Dreams and was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2004.