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Concert review: Phil and Dave Alvin (with Candye Kane) play blood-brother American music at Off Broadway, Saturday, August 9
The clear August night might have been a sign of the apocalypse or good fortune as Dave Alvin took the stage at Off Broadway with his brother Phil.
Concert review: Sturgill Simpson (with the Dock Ellis Band and Brian Henneman and Kip Loui) brings vintage country and jukebox jams to Off Broadway, Thursday, August 7
He’s been called the savior of country music. His new album is titled “Metamodern Sounds in Country Music.” And if you happened to catch Sturgill Simpson’s sold-out show on Thursday night at Off Broadway, you would see why.
Concert review: The Cult proves it still has what it takes at the Pageant, Wednesday, August 6
I think everyone who lived through the '80s can agree that there was no shortage of loud, longhaired rock bands dominating the radio and MTV. Amid the plethora of spandex-clad arena rockers like Mötley Crüe, Poison, Ratt and Bon Jovi,…
Concert review and set list: Tori Amos (with Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou) brings more than a touch of class to Peabody Opera House on Friday, August 1
Prior to Tori Amos taking the Peabody stage, husband and wife folk singers Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou turned in a vocally-impressive acoustic set. Trevor and Hannah Lou aren't your typical male/female folk-singing duo. What caught my attention right away was…
Concert review: Kings of Leon (with Kongos and Young the Giant) serve redemption and revival to the faithful at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater St. Louis, Thursday, July 31
Kings of Leon had a lot to prove to St. Louis and proved that, as always with our heroes, we value most those that have fallen and lift themselves back up.
Concert review: Nick Waterhouse (with Brother Lee & the Leather Jackals) brings R&B dance moves to the Firebird, Monday, July 28
From his 2012 acclaimed debut "Time's All Gone," to his newest collection "Holly," Nick Waterhouse fluidly extracts the best of vintage music, from analog recording and vintage gear, to honey-coated back-up vocals and low-end saxophones -- but in doing so…
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