Melody and musicianship were the rule in a fun-filled triple bill at the Bootleg at the Atomic Cowboy on Friday night.
Some tours are so nice they come around twice, or so it was for the Old 97's, who graced the stage at the Ready Room on Thursday for the second time in less than a year.
As proven on Tuesday night at the Old Rock House, the news of the Fruit Bats' demise was greatly exaggerated.
Oklahoma garage rockers BRONCHO shook their way across the stage at the Old Rock House on Wednesday, to the delight of St. Louis fans.
Motörhead made a thunderous return to the stage at the Pageant on Tuesday, continuing their fortieth anniversary tour.
St. Louis singer-songwriter Miss Molly Simms celebrated her new release "One Way Ticket" with an all-star cast of local musicians, friends and fans on Friday at Off Broadway.
Jay Farrar took to the stage on a steamy Saturday night, delivering a signature set of lonesome melodies.
Saturday's Twangfest finale had all the hallmarks of a rock n' roll homecoming: a sold out show, a parade of old friends on stage and off and a reliable supply of libations courtesy of Off Broadway.
Twangfest 19 brought the cool to a hot summer night on Thursday as Matthew Sweet graced the stage at Off Broadway.
Rock, soul and country music collided at the Demo on Saturday night as St. Louis welcomed Banditos from Birmingham, Alabama, a band recently signed to Bloodshot Records.
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