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Benny Green is not a lot of things; he is not slow, he is not boring and he certainly not an inexperienced amateur. 

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"I've had the image of this place in my mind since we first played here and we booked the show a year ago." This was the first comment from Suzy Bogguss as she and her band took the stage of the Sheldon Concert Hall Friday night.

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Shakey Graves (aka Alejandro Rose-Garcia) is a moniker that flirts with onomatopoeia; his name really does evoke his sound. An Austin, Texas solo performer born of troubadour campfires and often supported by a lone guitar, he's mastered the one-man band gittup, pounding out beats while he strums in an open G tuned especially for his bluesy style.

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Jazz at the Bistro regularly welcomes some of the biggest names in jazz to its intimate, listening-room stage, but on Wednesday the crowds filed into the Harold & Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz to a new level and intensity.

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As a nearly perennial visitor to the Bistro stage, modern-day crooner Kurt Elling is considered by many to be one of the highlights of the Jazz St. Louis season.

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Poet, singer and actor Saul Williams showcased his gift for mixing art, music and politics in a show that was part rock but all hip-hop and heart.

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I kept being reminded of JEFF the Brotherhood before the band played Off Broadway on Sunday night.

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Our town's newest cabaret headliner, Gina Otto, made an auspicious debut at the Gaslight Cabaret Festival Thursday with "The Lovers, the Dreamers, and Me." Although not without its issues, the show was well received by a sold-out house that clearly included a lot of Ms. Otto's fans from the local country club circuit, where she performs regularly.

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After a slight delay, the Grammy Award-winning group OK Go offered up a high-energy show at the Pageant this Saturday night. The crowd was definitely left wanting more.

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An air of familiarity filled the Ferring Jazz Bistro as the stage was graced with the melodic styles of a late 1930s jazz lounge. Piloted by Freddy Cole, veteran performer and member of one of jazz's most famous families, the quintet performed a selection of melodic, vocally lead songs of lost and lingering love.

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