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Kate McDaniel

Those Darlins tore through a set at Off Broadway featuring their signature rowdy, raunchy style that St. Louis has come to love and expect.

It may seem counter intuitive to imagine a crowd at Off Broadway sitting cross-legged on the bar floor quietly listening to performers sing, but that is exactly what happened when Mountain Man graced the stage last night.


Centro-matic took the stage at Off Broadway last night, delivering a performance full of energy and enthusiasm, capturing the audience's attention from beginning to end.

The kickoff to Twangfest 15 exceeded all expectations at the Pageant Wednesday night.

Bright Eyes took the Pageant stage in front of a sold-out crowd last night.  Technicolor lights and Conor Oberst's undeniable stage presence held the set together as fans pumped their fists and sang along, song after song. Dawes opened the evening with a solid set and no doubt won some new fans by the end.

Southern rock on a Tuesday night? Yes, please. Alabama born and bred, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit played the Old Rock House last night, led by openening act Maria Taylor.

Karin Bergquist and Linford Detweiler, founding members of Over the Rhine, delighted the Tuesday night crowd at Old Rock House with a generous 75 minute set filled with their songs and anecdotes about their life in Ohio.

Alternating between acoustic guitar and an open face piano, folk singer Joe Purdy charmed the crowd at Off Broadway last night.  

The gritty twang of Holly Golightly and Lawyer Dave certainly inspired some boot stomping on a Tuesday night.

Off Broadway hosted an incredible two band bill that left me wishing that more St. Louisians had made it out on a Tuesday night. 

 

All photos by Kate McDaniel. See more at my Flickr stream.

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