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Concert review: The Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio features Lionel Loueke to blend the old and the new at Jazz at the Bistro, Wednesday, May 27
The night's second set started with Johnathan Blake and Jonathan Kreisberg digging their way through the tangle of instruments and lines to find their places at either side of the…
Concert review: Jenny Lewis (with Nikki Lane) seduces a sold-out Ready Room, Sunday, May 17
With clouds of smoke, rainbow suits and giant multi-colored balloons batted through the crowd, Jenny Lewis brought magic to a packed Ready Room on Sunday evening.
Concert review: San Fermin turns on the Luminary, Thursday, May 14
Being my third time as witness to San Fermin's live show, I thought I knew what to expect.
Concert review, set list and photos: Regina Carter explores her roots on the Jazz at the Bistro stage, Wednesday, May 13
Already deep into her prolific career, Regina Carter has been constantly regarded as the most prominent violinist in jazz, but with her latest "Southern Comfort" it might be more apt…
Album review: Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell team up again for 'The Traveling Kind'
Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell "The Traveling Kind" Nonesuch There's a scene in the first season of "Nashville" where Rayna James approaches a young rock producer to make her next…
Festival review and photos: Festival International de Louisiane 2015 spans a vast spectrum of roots music
Festival International de Louisiane started in 1986 to celebrate its native cultures through performing arts. It is committed to maintaining the venue as a free, community-supported event.
Concert review: A celestial 'Aida' with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and Chorus Thursday and Saturday, May 7 and 9
In the hands of a lesser composer, "Aida" might have been a classic potboiler—cheap yard goods written on commission and quickly forgotten. But Verdi was a thoroughgoing man of the…
Event review: Music and entertainment abound at KDHX's Midwest Mayhem 2015 at City Museum, Thursday, May 7
Because of the whimsical feel of the City Museum, it was the perfect spot for Midwest Mayhem 2015 and a great place to indulge your inner kid, listen to an…
Concert review: JJ Grey & Mofro raise spirits at the Pageant, Saturday, May 2
Always uplifting, Florida-based JJ Grey & Mofro returned to the Pageant on Saturday night with their special blend of swampy Southern blues-rock. Against a backdrop depicting the cover art from…
Concert review: St. Louis Symphony principal players take the spotlight in a mostly French program, Friday through Sunday, May 1-3
This is a big weekend for the Principal and Associate Principal players in the St. Louis Symphony (and even a couple of guests). The concerts begin with an orchestral suite…
Concert review and photos: The energy of the Benny Green Trio cannot be confined to the stage at Jazz at the Bistro, Wednesday, April 29
Benny Green is not a lot of things; he is not slow, he is not boring and he certainly not an inexperienced amateur.
Concert review: Emanuel Ax and David Robertson deliver a powerhouse Brahms Second Concerto Saturday and Sunday, April 25 and 26
It has been over two and one-half years since renowned pianist Emanuel Ax last appeared on the Powell Hall stage. Based on the stunning performance he and David Robertson gave…
Album review: Alabama Shakes go full spectrum on 'Sound & Color'
Alabama Shakes "Sound & Color" ATO In 2012, Brittany Howard, Zac Cockrell, Heath Fogg and Steve Johnson went from working day jobs to releasing their first album, "Boys and Girls."…
Concert review: Suzy Bogguss shines in the acoustics of the Sheldon Concert Hall, Friday, April 24
"I've had the image of this place in my mind since we first played here and we booked the show a year ago." This was the first comment from Suzy…
Concert review: Shakey Graves shakes the dust off Texas blues and rock at the Ready Room, Thursday, April 23
Shakey Graves (aka Alejandro Rose-Garcia) is a moniker that flirts with onomatopoeia; his name really does evoke his sound. An Austin, Texas solo performer born of troubadour campfires and often…
Concert review: The Robert Glasper Experiment tests the capacity of Jazz at the Bistro on Wednesday, April 22
Concert review and photos: Kurt Elling croons and Jazz at the Bistro swoons on Wednesday, April 15
Concert review: Saul Williams brings hip-hop inspired MartyrLoserKing tour to the Duck Room at Blueberry Hill, Saturday, April 18
Concert review: A pair of threes plays to a full house at Powell Hall, Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18
Concert review: JEFF the Brotherhood command the stage at Off Broadway, Sunday, April 12
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