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Colin Suchland

Jon Hardy and the Public took the stage at Off Broadway on Friday night to mark the release of their long-awaited album, "Restless City," and celebrate they did with a packed house of locals bopping along to the beat.

Trading guitar leads and vocal harmonies, Futurebirds rocked the Gramophone on Saturday.

It was a late night of rockabilly fun at the Crack Fox in downtown St. Louis on Wednesday, as Rumble Seat Riot and Bible Belt Sinners hooted and hollered their way through two energetic sets.

KDHX DJ Rich Reese presented a guided tour of Power Pop on Thursday, as part of the Discovery Series at the Stage, KDHX's Grand Center performance space.

"You know, country and the blues have a lot in common."

The Heavy Anchor treated south-side St. Louis to an eclectic set of music on Saturday, hosting four bands on a long, loud summer night.

"It's been a long, long day," Ian Felice told the crowd on Monday night at Off Broadway.

Troubadours of alternative country, the Old 97's stomped back into St. Louis on Wednesday with a set that showcased the band as rowdy and sincere.

St. Louis soul act the Jungle Fire celebrated the completion of "Peace is Our Profession" (a 7" record) with a funky and intimate feature set at the Demo on Saturday, June 14.

King Kahn and the Shrines laid down the soul-shake groove on Sunday night with an energetic and irreverent set at Off Broadway, capping off a night of increasingly theatrical rock 'n' roll.

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