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Monday, 25 February 2013 17:44

Concert photos: Dots Not Feathers, Palace, Union Tree Review and Wildeyed at the Firebird, Saturday, February 23

Dots Not Feathers at the Firebird Dots Not Feathers at the Firebird Caroline Philippone
Written by Colin Suchland
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An all-local bill at the Firebird on Saturday brought a few St. Louis favorites to the stage, including Wildeyed, Union Tree Review, Palace and Dots Not Feathers.

Wildeyed started off the night with a set that was fun and toe-tapping. Union Tree Review kept the night going with their first show after a deep winter hibernation, with new songs and a glimpse of a new record, which is in the works. Palace might just be my new favorite local band -- they provided enough beats and energy to keep the crowd going until it was the headliner's turn to take the stage. Dots Nots Feathers didn't start their set until 11:30 p.m., but people were still coming in the door with their dancing shoes on, and enough energy to keep the show going well into the night.

All photos by Caroline Philippone.

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