St. Louis-based blues guitarists Devon Allman and Mike Zito brought their new star-studded band, Royal Southern Brotherhood, to the Gramophone for a hometown show Thursday night that packed the house and raised the roof.
Thousands of music fans made their way to the "land of the delta blues" last weekend for the annual Beale Street Music Festival. This was my fifth time attending the long-running fest, part of the city's month-long Memphis in May celebration in Tom Lee Park on the banks of the Mississippi River.
A sold-out crowd packed the Peabody Opera House on a lovely spring Friday night to see if a rock legend still had the chops.
Fresh from a live in-studio session at 88.1 KDHX, Buffalo, N.Y. jam rockers moe. returned for their annual tour stop at the Pageant on Thursday evening. With the balcony closed for this KDHX-welcomed show, the main floor of the venue filled up nicely, creating an intimate atmosphere.
After over 20 years of touring and recording, jam kings moe. may be old dogs, but they're still showing off new tricks to please fans.
To say that Cirque du Soleil's production for Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour was a feast for the senses hardly even does it justice.
“Rock of Ages”, the hit 2009 Broadway musical featuring some of the most popular rock music of the 1980s, made its St. Louis debut Friday night at the Fabulous Fox.
The temps may have been well below freezing outside, but things were hot inside the Pageant last night as Jacksonville, Fla. native JJ Grey and his band Mofro infused the packed venue with their special brand of swampy, southern blues rock.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend and original Allman Brothers Band member Gregg Allman returned to St. Louis last night for a sold-out show at the Pageant.
Chicago-based progressive jam band Umphrey's McGee returned to St. Louis for a three-night New Year's run (Thurs., Fri. and Sat.) at the Pageant (events welcomed by KDHX). I caught night two with a packed house starting the party early.