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Concert review: Bug Chaser, Volcanoes, Ou Où and Jack Buck go crazy (folks!) at Bad Dog Bar and Grill, Friday, September 28
I was pretty stoked to see that Jack Buck, the mathy hardcore locals named after the late sportscaster, would be opening up the insanely solid lineup at Bad Dog Bar…
Glen Hansard at the Pageant
Maybe you fell in love with the Glen Hansard busking on a street corner in Dublin, wearing a bedraggled broken coat, strumming on a well-worn, hole-y, broken guitar, wailing about…
Concert review: Marco Benevento and Mike Dillon jazz up the Old Rock House on Wednesday, September 26
Taking the Old Rock House stage with his backing band, a group featuring three-fourths of New Orleans funksters Yojimbo, Mike Dillon immediately tore into a few tracks from his newest…
Tennis at Off Broadway
"I don't know what I'm doing up here," giggled Tennis' Alaina Moore behind a shock of Pantene-commercial hair, after an effusive thank you to old friends and opening act Making…
Terence Blanchard at Jazz at the Bistro
Terence Blanchard is always moving forward in his career. His acclaim has blossomed to the tune of countless nominations in the world of music and film, garnering enough victories to…
Album review: Band of Horses gets back to the country on 'Mirage Rock'
Band of Horses "Mirage Rock" Columbia Prior to recording 2007's "Cease to Begin," Band of Horses vocalist Ben Bridwell relocated the band from Seattle to his home state of South…
David Wax Museum at Off Broadway
The first of two Davids appeared on the Off Broadway stage with suspenders, a bushy beard and a demeanor reminiscent of Zach Galifianakis.
Concert review: Johnny Winter roars at the Wildey Theatre, Wednesday, September 12
At the Wildey Theatre on Wednesday night, Johnny Winter took the stage and proved without a doubt that rocking is in the soul of a person and doesn't depend on…
Heartless Bastards at the Firebird
The Firebird was barely a quarter-full when St. Louis' Tenement Ruth took the stage at 8:30 p.m. A couple dozen people, mostly older males, were scattered along the back wall…
Album review: Bob Dylan's chilling yet playful 'Tempest'
Half a century after Bob Dylan's self-titled debut comes the bard's 35th studio album, "Tempest." I've got my tools nearby -- a scotch-taped copy of "Chronicles" for reference, a warm…
Marcus Miller at Jazz at the Bistro
The line to enter Jazz at the Bistro formed quickly after 9 p.m. as patrons gathered anxiously along Washington Avenue for the sold-out opening night of Jazz St. Louis' 17th…
Closing out this year's installment of An Under Cover Weekend in the usual grand style, five St. Louis bands -- Arthur and the Librarian, Last to Show First to Go,…
Volcanoes as the Killers
Just like the storms that ended shortly before the show, there was plenty of rumbling filling the air of the Firebird Friday night as An Under Cover Weekend kicked off…
Concert review: Dan Deacon (with Alan Resnick, Chester Gwazda and Height With Friends) anoints the Firebird with exuberant sounds, Sunday, September 2
The remnants of Hurricane Isaac may have rained out most Labor Day weekend barbecues in St. Louis, but Dan Deacon's show at the Firebird turned his brand of orchestral and…
Concert review: Phish cranked out the old-school jams to a packed house at Chaifetz Arena, Tuesday, August 28
King of all jam bands, Phish, made its triumphant return to St. Louis last night -- its first summer tour stop here since appearing at the Fox Theater in 2009.
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