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Concert review: Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey (with Something in the Water) incite a musical riot at 2720 Cherokee, Saturday, March 10
There is an old joke that jazz is five musicians playing five different songs at the same time. Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey managed to both prove and disprove that statement during their set at 2720 Cherokee on Saturday.
Concert review and set list: Radiohead fills the Scottrade Center with light and dark, Friday, March 9
Darkly lovely with a science-fiction twist is the way I would define the sound of Radiohead, whose deserved mass appeal compelled fans from near (South City!) and far (Montana!) into the sold-out Scottrade Center last night.
Concert review: Andy McKee redefines the art of the guitar at the Old Rock House, Monday, March 5
Last night at the Old Rock House, Andy Mckee's exhilarating performance gave fans a sense of awe for both what can be played and composed on a guitar. It was incredible to see harmony, percussion and melody all come from…
Album review: Punch Brothers knock out acoustic music with 'Who's Feeling Young Now?'
Punch Brothers "Who's Feeling Young Now?" Nonesuch "Who's Feeling Young Now?" will prove to be one of the most respected, lauded, challenging and influential works of the year. But that doesn't mean you'll like it.
Concert review: The symphony lights up Powell Hall with 'The Firebird' Friday and Saturday, March 2 and 3
Rebirth—the progress from darkness to light—was the theme of two of the three works on a colorful St. Louis symphony program this weekend: Debussy’s “Printemps” and the complete score of Stravinsky’s “Firebird”.
Seth Porter of the Blind Eyes
It was a boisterous birthday bash for the Blind Eyes at Off Broadway on Saturday night, who were celebrating the third anniversary of their debut release, "Modernity."
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