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Another year has passed and another group of St. Louis bands have assembled to pay tribute to their musical heroes at the seventh installment of An Under Cover Weekend at the Firebird.

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I am, like the Good Witch Glinda, a little muddled.

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The Old Rock House clamored with fans of Portland, Ore.'s secret -- the 11-piece, indie-orchestral Typhoon -- helmed by guitarist and singer Kyle Morton.

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Tim Armstrong is like a bizarre, punk-rock Woody Guthrie. Songs like "Harry Bridges" and "Sidekick" could have been written by Guthrie way back and frequently surpass anything in the Springsteen catalog.

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Best Coast took the stage to Toto's "Africa" (as the crowd, most of whom younger than the song itself, cheered frenetically and clapped along), though the momentum was briefly interrupted by sound problems.

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From the Greek, "phenomena" means, "to show, shine, appear, to be manifest (or manifest itself)" -- an occurrence that is a given, a force of nature that becomes the object of a person's attention.

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Amidst a carnival backdrop and a vast, black-clad bromance, Riot Fest 2013 battered, broke and scarred the Chicago faithful and the wanderers alike, just as desired.

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Harvest Sessions featured local bluegrass veterans, the Foggy Memory Boys, on September 14, 2013.

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Despite early morning rain, day two of LouFest proved to be a beautiful day to see live music in Forest Park.

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