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Kate McDaniel

Punch Brothers came in strong and left in a whisper Friday night at the Sheldon Concert Hall.

When not taking jabs at his less-than-glamorous past as a dishwasher, Father John Misty, aka Joshua Tillman, proved to be quite the showman, dancing and gyrating in front of a delighted and sold-out crowd at the Firebird.

Silversun Pickups headlined Wednesday night's Ho Ho show at the Peabody Opera House, hosted by 105.7 the Point.

The Magnetic Fields inhabited the Sheldon Concert Hall Wednesday evening as a part of the Sheldon Sessions series.

Aimee Mann captivated the seated listeners at the Pageant with her self-described mid-tempo rock, sharply written lyrics and candid on-stage banter.

Despite technical difficulties, Sharon Van Etten and her band were in good spirits at the Firebird last night, bantering with the crowd and poking fun at the strange feedback Van Etten was hearing in her on-stage monitor.

Norah Jones graced the Peabody Opera House stage last night. Jones, backed by a full band, played a gorgeous set including material spanning her entire catalogue and a song originally written for the 2004 election season.

The Corin Tucker Band came through St. Louis last night, performing at the Firebird in support of their latest album, "Kill My Blues."

Austin quartet Heartless Bastards delivered a thundering set Tuesday night at the Firebird.

Fans of My Morning Jacket did not let the formality of the Peabody Opera House dampen their energy or enthusiasm last night.

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