Photo Gallery: Mike Mains & the Branches at GMan Tavern in Chicago

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CHICAGO – Known for their catchy, free-associating indie pop-rock melodies, Mike Mains & The Branches invites diverse comparisons to acts such as Foster The People, Young the Giant, The Killers, and Arcade Fire, with each comparison act a genuine facet of the band’s energetic and often soul-searching music. “Calm Down, Everything Is Fine” was released in 2014, and the album hit the top 20 ranking on Billboard’s New Artist Albums Chart. The band will release their new album, “When We Were In Love” in Spring 2019.

Photographer Jeff Doles of took these Exclusive Photos of Mike Mains & the Branches at GMan Tavern in the Wrigleyville Neighborhood in Chicago on March 21st, 2019. Click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All photos © Jeff Doles for

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Photography by: Jeff Doles
Published by: Patrick McDonald, Editor,

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