What makes for a great story? How about someone who’s been toiling away and not getting the recognition they deserve? That could apply to so many Chicago musicians throughout the years, but the story of one underappreciated musician is pretty unique. The soul singer Syl Johnson really could have been the superstar that Al Green became in the 1970’s. We talk with the director of the new documentary "Syl Johnson: Any Way The Wind Blows." We also have live music from a band that was formed in 1975, the bluegrass sounds of Chicago’s Special Consensus. Plus, we have the 411 on the Chicago City Budget. We find out where City Council is in its work to pass a spending plan.