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Plush hosted a showcase of local talent on Friday, March 29.

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If you're not sure that country music is cool, then Hayes Carll has a sound thay may convince you.

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Jazz is an experience. From composition to performance, the unbridled format allows creator and musician to connect with the world around him in a stream of expression, and the Joe Sample Trio embodies the very essence of this process.

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The club fills with fog, sludge-covered power chords pin you against the wall. Bright lights and even more fog seep from the Off Broadway stage to reveal two brothers, also known as JEFF the Brotherhood.

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The word is out that Lee Fields can still pack a punch. The retro-soul powerhouse returned to St. Louis and delivered a wallop to new and returning fans.

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St. Louis' own Brown Bottle Fever celebrated the release of its new album, "Two Piece Prison," with a rousing night of local live music at Off Broadway on Saturday, March 23.

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The crowd filled the lobby of the Touhill Performing Arts Center in waves, pouring down the stairs in a cascade of diversity.

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There is a haze of cigarette smoke and coffee stains as the memories of a few hours ago settle in. This midnight oil burns as daylight starts to arise. The songs of Chris Knight, Cody Canada and Evan Felker are a not-so-distant memory.

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The bros sporting their headache-inducing shirts, the raver girls wearing their psychedelic furry boots and suburban youth with their pasty faces occupied the compact mosh pit at the Pageant. It was going to be an interesting night. Making its debut performance in St. Louis, Major Lazer was determined to get everybody in the joint jumping and at least one girl to p-pop on a handstand.

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