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Krystal Peterson and Victor Wooten at the Old Rock House
Victor Wooten assembled a squad of some of his favorite musicians and brought his new line-up to an eager St. Louis crowd, bristling with excitement over a night that featured…
Royal Southern Brotherhood at the Gramophone
St. Louis-based blues guitarists Devon Allman and Mike Zito brought their new star-studded band, Royal Southern Brotherhood, to the Gramophone for a hometown show Thursday night that packed the house…
Concert review and setlist: Tycho (with Onuinu) projects sights and sounds at Plush, Tuesday, July 3
Tycho was a band of no words last night at Plush, besides the occasional "Thank you, St. Louis" between songs.
Concert review: The Company We Keep (with Rio Debut, Maps For Travelers and Bars of Gold) impresses with new-school post-punk and hard work at the Firebird, Monday, July 2
Entering the Firebird for an early show, I found the place mostly empty except for the four bands playing that evening, but that didn't stop them from each letting loose…
Concert review: The Mynabirds provide vocal seduction at the Firebird, Sunday, July 1
Myna birds are supposedly gregarious and are known for mimicking sounds, even speech, when in captivity.
Kentucky Knife Fight at the Firebird 11/25/11
Brothers Lazaroff brought their serene blend of roots and Americana to Off Broadway to open for Kentucky Knife Fight.
K.Flay brought her distinct blend of production and verse to the Blueberry Hill Duck Room on Saturday for her first appearance in St. Louis.
Concert review: Lucero (with the Highway Companion) slips into melancholic soul at Plush, Friday, June 29
When the theme for the evening is whiskey and women the issue of heartbreak becomes inevitable.
Concert review: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit (with John Henry and the Engine) redefines Southrn rock at the Sheldon Concert Hall, Friday, June 29
Back in his Drive-By Truckers days, Jason Isbell's songwriting and plaintive vocals provided the melodic, contemplative counterpoint to Patterson Hood's gritty rambling Southern Gothic story telling.
Concert review: The Walkmen (with Young Man) defy comparison with multi-faceted art rock at Plush, Thursday, June 28
Last night at Plush, fans of the Walkmen got a first-hand look at a now mature band.
Concert review: The Derailers (with the Dock Ellis Band) scuttle and stomp through the heat at Off Broadway, Thursday, June 28
Blame the heat I suppose, but the crowd that turned out for the Derailers' show at Off Broadway last night was sparse, downright puny even.
Album review: The Hives roll back into rock on 'Lex Hives'
The Hives "Lex Hives" Disques Hives The Hives are bringing listeners back to the yesteryear of garage rock on "Lex Hives." But rather than simply return to the 1960s and…
Nada Surf at the Old Rock House
There's irony in the fact that what most people know about the band Nada Surf is that they once had a mainstream hit in the '90s by the name of…
Charlie Hunter Duo at Jazz at the Bistro
Immediately upon sitting down at Jazz at the Bistro, I knew that the night's show, featuring Charlie Hunter and Scott Amendola, would offer something a little different.
Album review: Béla Fleck heads 'Across the Imaginary Divide' -- and leaves the swing behind
Béla Fleck and the Marcus Roberts Trio featuring Rodney Jordan and Jason Marsalis "Across the Imaginary Divide" Rounder "Across the Imaginary Divide" is another foray for Béla Fleck into jazz,…
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