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Concert review and set list: Bob Dylan (with Dawes) keeps changing and challenging, at the Peabody Opera House, Tuesday, April 23
Middle ground doesn't exist when it comes to Bob Dylan shows. The response is either, "I can't believe I walked six blocks in the rain for this," or "I have…
Concert review: Josh Ritter (with Lera Lynn) redefines the American troubadour at Plush on Saturday, April 20
Josh Ritter is simultaneously a music writer's sweetest dream and worst nightmare. His highly narrative and hook-laden songs capture audiences with their stories of angels, devils, gods, nightmares, dreams, historical…
Slightly Stoopid at the Pageant
In sneakers, cargo shorts and that didn't-shower-today sheen, Slightly Stoopid took to the Pageant stage with a look that contradicted its organic, smooth and personal sound.
Concert review: Ward Stare conducts a varied German program at Powell Hall, Friday and Saturday, April 19 and 20
As I have noted before, Ward Stare (who completed his tenure as Resident Conductor of the symphony in 2012 and is now in demand as both and operatic and symphonic…
Matt Wilson at the Greater St. Louis Jazz Festival
Even before the first note was played, it was clear that this concert at Jazz at the Bistro would be a night of laughter and upbeat sounds.
Album review: The Strokes get self-conscious with synthesizers and new wave on 'Comedown Machine'
The Strokes "Comedown Machine" RCA The Strokes have taken quite the detour since their proto-punk sound of the early 2000s. Where the Strokes once charmed with their simple, lackadaisical garage…
Augustin Hadelich
As René Spencer Saller points out in her program notes for these concerts, the legendary violinist/composer Niccolò Paganini was the early 18th century equivalent of a modern rock star, with…
Widespread Panic at the Peabody Opera House
Widespread Panic has an uncommon style of set creation show by show, touring extensively but never repeating a set, which was likely much more difficult before they had produced more…
Garbage at the Pageant
After building anticipation to great heights with an aborted '05 tour and a subsequent hiatus, Garbage finally made its way back to the Show Me State. Touting an excellent new…
Festival review: Middle of the Map folds up with Palace, Making Movies and Tennis, Saturday, April 6
Sun shines fierce on Kansas City's Country Club Plaza. The business district bustles with affluent types and prom-goers.
Concert review and set list: Bad Religion (with the Bronx) slams into Pop's, Saturday, April 6
Bad Religion, once upon a time the United States' more refined and intelligent answer to the Sex Pistols, took to Pop's stage to induce yet another generation to thrash the…
Concert review: Purity Ring (with Blue Hawaii) flood the night with ethereal electro at Plush, Saturday, April 6
Both levels of Plush stood packed to the gills with fans waiting to see the blissed-out power of two Canadian male/female electronic duos: the Purity Ring and Blue Hawaii.
Matt Bishop of Hey Marseilles at Off Broadway
"Are you all doing all right?" Hey Marseilles' Matt Bishop asked his audience about halfway through his band's set at Off Broadway. "Let us know if you need anything."
Concert review: St. Louis Symphony reloads 'The Matrix' at Powell Hall Friday and Saturday, April 5 and 6
A contemporary composer conducting the symphony in a program of his own music isn’t usually the sort of thing that generates long lines, either at the box office or at…
Festival review: Middle of the Map (night 2) unravels with Dots Not Feathers, Grizzly Bear, Iceage and JEFF the Brotherhood, Friday, April 5
As night descends on Kansas City and Middle of the Map Fest, St. Louis' Dots Not Feathers and their assorted company of boyfriends and friends wait outside the Riot Room…
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