JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound to headline Hot Stove Cool Music at the Metro

The fifth annual Hot Stove Cool Music benefit concert is returning to Wrigleyville at Metro Chicago to raise funds and awareness for nonprofit agencies supporting disadvantaged youth.

Headlining the benefit concert are Liz Phair and the ever-funky JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound, who joined Good Day Chicago to preview their upcoming performance and talk about their genre-blending sound.

Tickets are $75 and benefit The Foundation To Be Named Later, Cubs President Theo Epstein's charity that supports nonprofits serving urban youth and families.

To learn more about JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound, head on over to their website here.