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Kate McDaniel

After letting the anticipation build for nearly an hour, Dum Dum Girls hit the stage at Off Broadway on Monday night to an anxious crowd.

James Taylor played to a packed house of long-time fans at the Fox Theatre Friday night.

The steamy forecast didn't keep folks from coming out to enjoy the Dive Poets play Thursday at Strauss Park in Grand Center.

Welsh indie-pop band Los Campesinos! delivered an outstanding set at Plush Saturday night.

Brooklyn-based Hospitality brought their indie-pop sound to the Firebird Saturday night. The trio, fronted by Amber Pampini, played a strong set to an attentive audience.

Twangfest 16 continued at the Duck Room Thursday night with a diverse lineup of crowd favorites.

Tim DeLaughter and his robed tribe, the Polyphonic Spree, transformed the Duck Room's basement venue into a multi-colored joy machine last night.

A late start and delays getting into the Luminary Center for the Arts did little to dampen the crowd's spirit. Sharon Van Etten held the crowd rapt with her confessional songwriting and layered harmonies. Co-headliners the War On Drugs, from Philadelphia, started off the night.

The Head and The Heart took the Pageant stage in front of an enthusiastic crowd, filled with fans both young and old.

Delta Spirit played an outstanding set to a full room at Old Rock House Tuesday night. WATERS started the evening off right with a high energy set that quickly won over the St. Louis crowd.

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