Musician Peter CottonTale Shares His Favorite Things To Read, Watch And Do

The Grammy Award-winning artist, producer and musical director shares his top recommendations.

Musician Peter CottonTale Shares His Favorite Things To Read, Watch And Do
Grammy Award-winning artist, producer and musical director Peter CottonTale. The Chicago musician dropped his debut album, "CATCH," in April 2020 and will be performing in Lollapalooza's virtual lineup this year. Courtesy of Peter CottonTale
Musician Peter CottonTale Shares His Favorite Things To Read, Watch And Do
Grammy Award-winning artist, producer and musical director Peter CottonTale. The Chicago musician dropped his debut album, "CATCH," in April 2020 and will be performing in Lollapalooza's virtual lineup this year. Courtesy of Peter CottonTale

Musician Peter CottonTale Shares His Favorite Things To Read, Watch And Do

The Grammy Award-winning artist, producer and musical director shares his top recommendations.

Lollapalooza kicks off Thursday, but the massive music festival won’t be taking over Grant Park this year. Instead, Lollapalooza will stream a mix of archived and brand new sets on YouTube from the likes of Paul McCartney, Metallica, Chance the Rapper and many more.

Reset checks in with Chicago musician Peter CottonTale, who will be performing Saturday night at 6 p.m., for his recommendations on what to read, watch and do. Plus, he shares how he’s navigating this moment through his music.

What to read

1. Galatians

2. Anything by Shel Silverstein

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3. Dear Broke Black Girl by Tanesha Barnes

What to watch

4. Japan Sinks: 2020 (Netflix)

5. Zootopia (Disney+)

6. The Last Dance (ESPN App and Netflix)

What to do

7. Go on a bike ride

8. Listen to a new genre

9. Set aside time to self-reflect

GUEST: Peter CottonTale, Grammy Award-winning artist, producer and musical director