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Daniel Costello

St. Louis and New Orleans summers have a lot in common -- both are hot and humid -- but a strong breeze on Sunday created a comfortable and exciting show at the Broadway Oyster Bar.

Almost on cue, the skies erupted with the arrival of Dave Alvin at Off Broadway on Friday.

Unique: 1. Having no like or equal. 2. Being the only one of a kind. 3. Highly unusual. All of these definitions apply to the Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival in Breaux Bridge, La., which began in 1960.

On Thursday night, the Old Rock House and St. Louis welcomed the Flatlanders on the 40th anniversary of their founding.

Playing a mixture of R&B, country and funk, Honey Island Swamp Band performed at the Old Rock House on Thursday night.

 

Silliness prevailed at Kirkwood Station Brewing Company on Friday as the Brave Combo flash mob arrived. Combo's bread and butter sound is polka, and dancers could not be contained as "Must Be Santa" reigned then "The Hokey Pokey" put them all in.

St. Louis music fans were treated to some classics Tuesday night at Off Broadway. The Skeletons kicked off the night with some hilarious numbers, including "Waiting for My Gin to Hit Me."

Former KDHX DJ Jim Findlay brought the current version of the Colin Sphinctor Band to the Focal Point on Saturday.

The "King Biscuit Time" radio show aired in Helena, Ark. for the first time in November of 1941 and featured mostly African American musicians.

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