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Sara Watkins' previous two trips through St. Louis included supporting the Decemberists and the Blind Boys of Alabama, but last night she was the center of attention to the seated crowd at Blueberry Hill.

In a strange juxtaposition of humor and heart, comedian Eugene Mirman and song crafter Andrew Bird presented a memorable evening at the Pageant.

Kelly Clarkson drew in a sold-out crowd to the Fox Theatre, opening with "Dark Side" as the crowd took to their feet.

Experimental rock veterans Radiohead played to a sold-out Scottrade Center last night. Other Lives, from Stillwater, Okla., opened the show.

Steve Aoki turns out the Pageant with Datsik.

The alt-rock crowd got to open their presents a little early this year at the Pageant as the Point's annual HoHo Show series kicked off with locals Midnight Hour and Cavo and headliner Switchfoot.

The lines stretched for blocks outside the Pageant on Friday night for the sold-out Chickenfoot concert.

The Smoker's Club Tour rolled through St. Louis, bringing out a crowd to the Pageant with their lighters raised for a dose of good hip-hop, especially from the tour's three main acts.

Chromeo's party kept the bodies moving going all night, as P-Thugg (nicely clad in Cardinals gear) and Dave 1 busted out the electro-funk.

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