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Concert review: Chromeo and Mayer Hawthorne deliver a dance party punch at the Pageant, Monday, October 24
It was a night of time machine rock at the Pageant as Montreal synth duo Chromeo lifted up a respectable Monday crowd, many of whom were beaten down by a Cardinals World Series loss moments earlier.
Album review: A new Bearfoot tells an old 'American Story'
Bearfoot "American Story" Compass Bearfoot has gone through changes along the way, though the lineup on its latest release is the greatest departure from the original set.
Concert review: The Bo-Keys dazzle at the Gramophone, Sunday, October 23
"You made a wise choice to come and see the Bo-Keys, guaranteed," Charles "Skip" Pitts told a gathering at the Gramophone Sunday night. He proved to be right.
Concert review and setlist: Here Come the Mummies reanimates the Pageant, Saturday, October 22
The members of Here Come the Mummies may be dead, but their wall-shaking funky jams showed that the crowd was definitely alive at the Pageant Saturday night.
Isle of the Dead (third version, 1883)
Every artist has his or her “greatest hit” – a work with which he or she is uniquely identified. Think of Bogart’s Sam Spade, Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, or Rachmaninoff’s “Prelude in C-Sharp Minor”. The Russian composer’s “Isle of the…
Concert review: The songs of Jay Farrar and Bobby Bare Jr. shine in the acoustics of the Sheldon, Friday, October 21
Halfway through his performance, Jay Farrar told the audience at the Sheldon Concert Hall that this venue is, "Nicer than the places we normally play. Believe it."
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