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Concert review: Dar Williams (with Caleb Travers) spins a few yarns at the Old Rock House, Tuesday, April 24
There are a million tired clichés that can be used to describe singer-songwriters. Tuesday evening at the Old Rock House Dar Williams put on a performance that was neither tired nor clichéd.
Concert review: Little Russia and big Dvorak with Daniel Lee and the St. Louis Symphony at Powell Hall April 20-22
If St. Louis Symphony Principal Cello Daniel Lee isn’t feeling extraordinarily pleased with himself right now, it must mean that his virtuosity is exceed only by his modesty.
Concert review: Mucca Pazza (with the Mad Titans) march, literally, through the Firebird, Friday, April 20
The Mad Titans did their share to justify opening for the extravagant Mucca Pazza at the Firebird on Friday night, but it wasn't easy.
Cursive at Off Broadway
What happens when you mix one part Spiritualized, equal parts Pavement and Thurston Moore, a dash of late-'90s college radio and shake with a trumpet? Just another night at Off Broadway, where assorted and sundry independent music shook the rafters…
Concert review and set list: Sara Watkins (with Sarah Siskind) finds the acoustic sweet spot at the Duck Room, Thursday, April 19
To embark on a solo career after being part of a successful group for a number of years is a daunting task. Nevertheless, essay writing Sara Watkins seems to be making a smooth transition.
Concert review: The Cave Singers (with Bo and the Locomotive) preach a folk-rock revolution at the Gramophone, Wednesday, April 18
Bo and the Locomotive started the night off at the Gramophone with a swinging, mostly instrumental tune. From song one, I realized that the tall, guitar-wielding Bo Bulawsky and his band aren't into rushing a melody.
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