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Twangfest All-Star Jam at Off Broadway
After the day's Mardi Gras festivities, eight bands took on the Neil Young canon for Tonight's the Night at Off Broadway, Saturday, February 6.
Looking back on GlitterBomb Productions' all Britney drag show; looking forward to GlitterBomb's Reunion and Charity Dragathon at JJ's Clubhouse, February 5.
Torres at the Firebird
Torres brought her growl, falsetto and Karen O-esque whoops to the Firebird along with a little bit of Bushwick's awkward side.
Little Big Bangs, Brainstems, and Hylidae smarten up the year
New releases "Star Power" from Little Big Bangs, "No Place Else" from the Brainstems, and "Intransitive" by Hylidae show how to transcend flyover country.
Pokey LaFarge New Year's Eve at the Pageant
New Year's Eve 2015 at the Pageant was swingin' with Pokey LaFarge and opening acts the River Kittens and Hooten Hallers playing to a cheering, confetti-doused crowd.
mr. Gnome at the Firebird
On Wednesday, December 16, mr. Gnome and their opener Le' Ponds drew to the Firebird a solid crowd of passionate fans from across the greater metro area.
Concert review: Christy Simmons' 'A Woman of a Certain Age' recalls a bygone era in style, Sunday, November 29
Christy Simmons debuted her cabaret show “A Woman of a Certain Age” on November 29th at the Boom Boom Room, the downtown burlesque venue that recently opened to rave reviews for the ambience, food and floor show.
Violinist Jack Liebeck
Old and new, borrowed and blue--all the elements are there in the St. Louis Symphony's evening of Brett Dean's "Lost Art of Letter Writing" and Brahms' "Symphony No. 1".
Soprano Christine Goerke
Music history is full of surprises. This past weekend the St. Louis Symphony juxtaposed the “Six Pieces for Orchestra” by Anton Webern (1883-1945) with the “Four Last Songs” of Richard Strauss (1864-1949) and the “Pastoral” Symphony No. 6 by Ludwig…
Nicholas McGegan
The Classical period in music, which can very roughly be said to have spanned the 18th century—and arguably ended with the French Revolution in 1789—was a time that seemed to value elegance and symmetry more than the individuality, inventiveness and…
Concert review: Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis offers surprising diversity Sunday, November 1
Currently in only its fourth season, the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis has already emerged as one of the most significant new voices in the St. Louis arts scene. Since its founding by Allen Carl Larson, now designated as Conductor…
Concert review and set list: Chris Robinson Brotherhood brings cosmic grooves to Old Rock House on Thursday, October 1
After four years together, Black Crowes front man Chris Robinson's "second act" may actually have become stronger than his first.
Concert review: ZZ Ward shows charm and swagger at the Pageant, Tuesday, September 29
As thousands of fans descended upon the Scottrade Center to see reigning queen of pop Taylor Swift Tuesday night, across town at the Pageant, a different kind of diva took the stage. While ZZ Ward may not yet possess Swift-level…
Giant Monsters on the Horizon
Spanning the decades and musical genres, the annual secret concert series An Under Cover Weekend raised the bar yet again and brought out the best in local musicians over three ambitious nights.
Concert review: Denny Laine on point at the Focal Point, Friday, September 4
Denny Laine holds a unique place in rock 'n' roll history. He's got footnote written all over him. This is something that happens to a lot of fine musicians whose paths cross that of the Beatles or a Beatle.
Festival review: LouFest 2015 offers connections and disconnections in Forest Park, September 12 and 13
Let us not beat around cardinal-shaped bushes: LouFest 2015 did little to galvanize anything but a dilettante's hope for next year.
Orgone at Old Rock House
Led by keyboardist Dan Hastie and guitarist Sergio Rios, Orgone represents everything good with music -- from wildly funky lyrics, to tightly coiled musicianship, to authentic grooves and equal spotlight for each member, including powerhouse vocalist Adryon de León, the…
Concert review and set list: Hard Working Americans brings Southern rock swagger to the Old Rock House on Tuesday, August 25
Hard Working Americans may just be the best supergroup you've probably never heard of. The powerhouse sextet is a side project for its impressive roster that includes alt-country singer/songwriter Todd Snider; guitarist Neal Casal of Chris Robinson Brotherhood and (formerly)…
Arnold Schoenberg in Los Angeles, 1935
Perhaps success is the best revenge. The August 22 Gesher Music Festival performance at the 560 Music Center amply demonstrated the remarkable accomplishment of “degenerate” composers who fled Nazism yet achieved success in Hollywood.
Jim James of My Morning Jacket at Peabody Opera House
Jim James, frontman of rock group My Morning Jacket, has been (or at least should be) running on fumes lately. Last year he contributed music to “Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes,” a collection of unreleased songs from…
Concert review: KMFDM (with Inertia and Chant) pulverize the Ready Room, Wednesday, August 12
Rivetheads, goth girls and kilted men donned in all black lined Manchester Avenue outside the Ready Room waiting for the industrial sonic and visual assault of KMFDM on Wednesday night.
Album review: Unifyah gets pumped up on its first full-length album, 'HEAVYASSTONE'
Unifyah -- a local powerhouse of a band that combines elements of ska, reggae, rock, dub and hip-hop with a touch of soul and funk -- has finally released its first full-length album, "HEAVYASSTONE."
Jay Farrar at Off Broadway
Jay Farrar graced the familiar red velvet backdrop of Off Broadway Saturday night as part of the Open Highway Music Festival. Fans milled with anticipation on the club's ever growing courtyard and slowly filed inside its brick walls.
Dave Brandwein of Turkuaz at the Old Rock House
Sometimes it doesn't matter how a show starts, because it's all about how it ends. And Turkuaz made sure it ended with a bang.
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