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Concert review: Jay Farrar (with Arson for Candy and Colonel Ford Duo) returns to Off Broadway for the Open Highway Music Festival, Saturday, August 8
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…
Concert review: Turkuaz (with the Service) brings funk and good times to Old Rock House, Wednesday, August 5
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.
Concert review: The Tallest Man on Earth (with Basia Bulat) makes big strides at the Pageant, Wednesday, July 29
Kristian Matsson takes the moniker the Tallest Man on Earth. And when he performs, you get the feeling he's earned the name.
Concert review: Glass Animals energize the summer outdoors at the Old Rock House, Friday, July 24
Though "Gooey" made my top 10 list of favorite tunes last year, and even after seeing Glass Animals perform it live, I still haven't any clue what the song is…
Concert review: Freddie Gibbs (with Chris Grindz) brings the thug life to Ready Room, Tuesday, July 21
Hardcore rapper Freddie Gibbs may have kept diehard fans waiting over an hour for his set, but when he finally hit the stage at the Ready Room, he made it…
Concert review and set list: Steely Dan (with Elvis Costello and the Imposters) revisit classic favorites and a few deep cuts at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on Wednesday, July 22.
Although they aren't the first pairing that comes to mind when thinking of a big-name tour, Steely Dan and Elvis Costello share a lot in common. Both change genres and…
Festival review: Bands and temps were hot at Forecastle Festival in Louisville, Kentucky, July 17-19
Now in its 13th year, Forecastle Festival has grown from a small neighborhood event into one of the larger summer music festivals, with tens of thousands of music lovers from…
Album review: An old-time music classic from the duo Anna & Elizabeth
Anna & Elizabeth "Anna & Elizabeth" Free Dirt Folk music is a lot more like golf than you might think, were you ever to think about this kind of thing.…
Album review: Motopony finds a diverse, accomplished sound on 'Welcome You'
Motopony "Welcome You" Entertainment One Motopony's new album "Welcome You" is like a sonic thunderstorm, blending big energies from different genres until they become a lush, lucid party.
Concert review, photos and set list: Marcus Miller shares the finest arrangement of musicians and music with Jazz at the Bistro, Wednesday, June 17
Throughout his prominent and prolific career, Marcus Miller has been in the presence of greatness. From working with the masters at the height of their careers to leading today's phenoms…
Concert review: Sloan makes rare and rocking appearance in St. Louis at the Blueberry Hill Duck Room, Thursday, June 25
Though the evening was billed as "An Evening With Sloan," it was clear from the beginning that a mere evening would not be enough. After over 10 years, Canadian pop-dynamos…
Concert review: Unknown Mortal Orchestra makes a spacey name for itself at the Firebird, Wednesday, June 10
Backlit by a half dozen white discs ringed in a kaleidoscopic rainbow glow and wielding their instruments of psychedelic delight, Unknown Mortal Orchestra brought sounds to life that were less…
Concert review: PHOX (with Bo and the Locomotive) proves intoxicating at the Old Rock House, Tuesday, June 9
"I'm not dependent, I swear," said Monica Martin, sipping from what used to be a six-ounce glass of high-proof alcohol. As the night progressed, the banter of PHOX's lead singer…
Concert review: In San Francisco, a multi-media visualization of Beethoven stirs passion
Opening night of Michael Tilson Thomas's remarkable "visualization" of Beethoven's towering "Missa Solemnis" with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, soloists, and the Pacific Boychoir last weekend (June 11-13,…
Concert review and photos: Jazz at the Bistro ends the season with Terence Blanchard's innovative E-Collective, Wednesday, June 10
Last fall, Jazz St. Louis debuted the Ferring Jazz Bistro in the new Dorothy & Harold Steward Center for Jazz and has since welcomed 17 of the genre's finest to…
Concert review: Twangfest 19 welcomes the return of Nadine, the rock 'n' roll of Lydia Loveless and the country gospel of the Trio Project, at Off Broadway, Friday, June 12
Album review: Dawes makes a bid to join 'All Your Favorite Bands'
Album review: Welcome to Florence + the Machine's new sound on 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful'
Concert review: The Decemberists flood Peabody Opera House with sights and sounds, Saturday, May 30
Concert review: Tame Impala (with Kuroma) return to deliver seizure-inducing psychedelia to the Pageant, Monday, June 1
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