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Concert review: Guy Clark masters the Old Rock House, Wednesday, February 29
The appellation "legend" tends to be more of a marketing term than a description of an artist's importance. Often, it serves only to mark someone who's been lucky enough to get old without succumbing to too many vices and pitfalls…
Concert review: MuteMath completes a thrilling marathon at the Pageant, Tuesday, February 28
The house lights dimmed and a side door inside the Pageant opened. MuteMath bassist Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas' long, dark hair billowed, silhouetted by a dim overhead light.
Concert review: Back to Brahms at Powell Hall, Friday through Sunday, February 24-26
The recent performance by the St. Louis Symphony of Brahms' monumental "Symphony No. 4" marked not just a performance event, but proved once again that the SLSO is perhaps the most cogent and vital music educator in our community.
Concert review and set list: Los Lobos still very much in the hunt at the Sheldon Concert Hall, Sunday, February 26
As the audience roared and gave Los Lobos a standing ovation, guitarist Cesar Rosas joked, "You know we're Los Lobos? Not Los Lonely Boys right?" The St. Louis crowd, fully aware of who they were about to see, were genuinely…
Concert review: Grunge, hard core and art rock fuse with O'Brother and Junius at the Firebird, Saturday, February 25
Clad in Cobainesque red and black plaid, Tanner Merritt, lead singer of O'Brother, stood before a crowd of leather-wearing, hard-art-rock aficionados and pushed his falsetto voice into the microphone.
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