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Concert review: Rachael Yamagata and Mike Viola turn down the lights and warm up the winter night at the Duck Room, Wednesday, December 7
Mike Viola, a songwriter known for the Oscar-nominated song "That Thing You Do!" and his work with the Candy Butchers, opened the night with a set of acoustic tunes that got the crowd shimmying around the light-wrapped support poles of…
Concert review: Fishbone rocks the Firebird with funky ska-punk fun, Wednesday, December 7
Having been together in one form or another for over 30 years, it's amazing that Fishbone is still bringing high-energy, genre-bending funk/punk/rock/ska as hard as they were in their late ‘80s heyday.
Album review: Noam Pikelny's 'Beat the Devil and Carry a Rail' is beautiful, polished -- and funny
Noam Pikelny "Beat the Devil and Carry a Rail" Compass In "Beat the Devil and Carry a Rail," his latest solo release, Noam Pikelny has created a moving, playful collection that features so much top-flight playing it can make your…
Friday night St. Louis Symphony Resident Conductor Ward Stare had neither score nor baton but lots of panache when he stepped up to the podium to conduct an utterly captivating Schubert “Symphony No 5”.
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