Maybe it was the whiskey I wasn't drinking messing with my head, but American Aquarium sounded too big for a room the size of Cicero's.
The night offered a study in juxtaposition, a night with powerful voices, music and looks from three vastly different artists, as Kristeen Young, CaveofswordS and Bruiser Queen each took the stage of Cicero's Friday evening.
Superhero Killer impressed the almost sold-out crowd last night at their EP release show at Cicero's.
Kathryn Calder made a stop at Cicero's during her 3 week tour promoting her latest album, Bright and Vivid.
On Saturday night down in the Loop, Cicero's hosted a very quality three band bill of rock 'n' roll.
Chicago band Empires ripped open the first night of their four-week tour with Colour Revolt last night at Cicero's.
Cicero's venue was packed from the stage to the soundboard Monday night for Japanese punk rock band, Melt Banana.
Last night at Cicero's the audience learned a beer purchased for you is far better than one purchased by yourself. This was according to the wisdom of Pepper Rabbit's front man, Xander Singh.
Local favorites Union Tree Review and Bo and the Locomotive announced they will be playing a show together in July to celebrate their new album releases.
A busy night for music in St. Louis. All photos by Kate McDaniel. See more at her Flickr stream.
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