Waylon Albright "Shooter" Jennings, rolled into St. Louis on Saturday night, bringing with him a history of country music bigger than his own stature. Doors opened at 7 p.m. with opening acts setting the stage for Jennings' later performance.
On a music-related note: "20,000 Days On Earth" -- a film about dark rocker Nick Cave -- screens as part of Webster University's film series through Sunday. More info here.
Jazz is considered to be a true American art form, but when mixed with Afro-Cuban influences and Latin heritage, it has grown into a melange of worldly music shared across borders, continents and cultures.
The Ready Room played host to a duo of bands heralding from Brooklyn, and one from Nashville on Friday night.
I don't have a lot of options to offer this weekend that aren't related to the Art of Live Festival.
"I can't believe three years ago I was dancing on stage with this guy at the Gramophone," spouts a cohort between gasps of belief. "And now I'm watching him sell out the Pageant."