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Concert review: St. Louis Symphony transports gamers and fans to 'Distant Worlds' Friday and Saturday, March 23 and 24
When one thinks of video games, they may think of the finesse of pushing all the right buttons on the controller, or of the awesome colors and graphics that some newer gaming platforms (Wii, Xbox, Playstation) have.
Concert review: Henry Rollins speaks his mind and heart at the Pageant, Saturday, March 24
Punk-rock icon turned wordsmith Henry Rollins summed up his set of spoken word material perfectly himself last night. Stating that he was, "Like a 33 1/3 RPM record playing at 78 RPM," Rollins advised, "I try to squeeze eight hours…
Concert review and set list: Andrew Bird whistles while he rocks (and swings) at the Pageant, Thursday, March 22
Halfway through his return to the Pageant, Andrew Bird and his trio grooved through a sensuous take on Kermit the Frog's "Bein' Green." At the end Bird claimed he'd had a rough day.
Concert review: Chuck Prophet and the Mission Express (with the Jans Project) flex their rock muscles at Off Broadway, Thursday, March 22
With the simple statement "Let's get to work," Chuck Prophet and the Mission Express rolled up their sleeves and did just that last night at Off Broadway.
Concert review: A tour-tested Delta Spirit (with Waters) comes up rock 'n' roll aces at the Old Rock House, Tuesday, March 20
When the buzz surrounding a band is in the air the electricity is palpable. Last night at the Old Rock House, high excitement ensued as Delta Spirit had the St. Louis audience thoroughly humming in unison.
Album review: Lucero gets deep into Memphis soul with 'Women & Work'
Lucero "Women & Work" ATO With their latest studio record, "Women & Work," the alt-country rockers known as Lucero have managed to harness fully the music of their hometown to make their most Memphis-sounding record yet.
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