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Kneebody at the Ferring Jazz Bistro
Though they're nearing 15 years as a band, the members of Kneebody are largely regarded as youngsters in the world of jazz for their wildly innovative approach to music.
Vadim Repin
Two of the three works on this past weekend's St. Louis Symphony Orchestra concerts (the ones that aren't by James MacMillan) will also be on the bill when the orchestra…
David Robertson
The schedule at Powell Hall was packed this weekend, with David Robertson and the St. Louis Symphony playing a Whitaker Foundation "Music You Know" concert on Friday and a pair…
Soprano Christine Brewer
Few composers have generated as much fascination as Richard Wagner (1820-1883)--or as much controversy. Even today his music continues to impact film scores, writers and visionaries.
Concert review: Psychobilly without a cause, the Reverend Horton Heat (with Ha Ha Tonka) revs up 2720 Cherokee on Thursday, March 5
Jim Heath is an ordained minister of rockabilly. The native Texan took the classic rockabilly sound of the 1950s and blended it with high-octane punk and roots rock, producing a…
Concert review: North Mississippi Allstars and Anders Osborne slay the blues at Old Rock House on Saturday, March 8
When two of the top acts in contemporary blues join forces for an album and a tour, it's not to be missed. N.M.O., or "North Mississippi Osborne," is the marriage…
Concert review: Brian Owens' Sam Cooke tribute was two great shows in one at the Gaslight, Thursday, March 5
Brian Owens' "Sam Cooke at the Copa," which opened the spring edition of the Gaslight Cabaret Festival on Thursday, was really two great shows in one.
René Marie and band at Jazz at the Bistro
The world is filled with musical talent buried beneath the pressures and excuses that daily life continually provides, but true passion cannot be subdued.
Violinist Augustin Hadelich
Russian composers have always painted with bold strokes on broad canvases. This weekend the St. Louis Symphony, under the direction of the distinguished Austrian conductor Hans Graf, exhibited a kaleidoscopic…
Album review: If you're reading this it's not too late to discover the latest from Drake
Drake "If You're Reading This It's Too Late" Cash Money One night in December 2013, while many people were getting ready to turn in for the night, and others took…
Concert review: Hozier (with Ásgeir) holds his folk-inflected own at the Pageant, Tuesday, February 24
Seeing Hozier at the Pageant felt eerily similar to seeing Ed Sheeran, the now multi-platinum, multi-Grammy nominated troubadour behind "The A Team" and others, at the venue almost exactly two…
Concert review and set list: The Isley Brothers get sensual and funky at the Fabulous Fox, Saturday, February 21
As much an R&B institution as they are an American icon, the Isley Brothers churned out all their soulful history with love at the Fabulous Fox on Saturday night.
Eric Marienthal at Jazz at the Bistro
For many fans of the contemporary funk and fusion scene, the arrival of Jeff Lorber Fusion in St. Louis marked a major event.
Pianist André Watts
The young (late 30s) Slovenian conductor Juraj Valcuha came to town for his SLSO debut this weekend with a stack of impressive reviews from locations as diverse as London, Los…
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