The crowd was sweaty (and drunk) and the beats were thumping at artsy-grungy venue 2720 Cherokee last night as Kansas City-based, YouTube-sensation rapper Mac Lethal (aka David McCleary Sheldon) followed three local, rising hip-hop artists with an hour set of his rapid-fire rhymes.
Madonna, the undisputed Queen of Pop, brought her live spectacle of sight and sound to St. Louis for the first time on Thursday before a packed house at the Scottrade Center, eliciting widely mixed reactions amongst her faithful followers.
On the first day of October 1984, U2 released its fourth studio album, "The Unforgettable Fire." The album had a decidedly different sound than the band's previous efforts -- less raw, more refined and introspective.
King of all jam bands, Phish, made its triumphant return to St. Louis last night -- its first summer tour stop here since appearing at the Fox Theater in 2009.
If you grew up in Missouri or have lived here for a reasonable number of years, it's likely you've experienced the joys of a float trip.
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.