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Monday night at the Firebird was full of deja vu, with bands performing that I had either seen many times before or could have sworn I had.

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Justin Paul Lewis brought some passion to the Old Rock House on Saturday night, opening for Ben Sollee. Lewis's voice flowed and set a strong, emotional tone for the evening.

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It was a revival, and even if the house was not packed, it was definitely rocking.

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The Firebird stood near capacity as Damion Suomi took the stage with his indelible brand of Irish-inspired, booze-rocking, acoustic tunes.

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Outside the windows that illuminate stage left of the Old Rock House, a train rolled forward with slow determination over the dark Mississippi to a destination unknown. The Arch rose up in the background as the Royal Southern Brotherhood took the stage and the crowd gave them a warm, enthusiastic welcome.

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When most people think of the cello, they think of classical music or symphonies. Ben Sollee breaks those stereotypes and brings his instrument to a whole new level.

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Kishi Bashi's personality seems to parallel his music, with joyful, lighthearted humbleness despite its complexity. His songs demonstrate an expert level of musical mastery, but he's still able to laugh and make jokes between songs, and even smile as he played. You could tell he enjoyed performing, and that made everyone enjoy watching him.

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At 87 years young, Bucky Pizzarelli, along with St. Louis' Denise Thimes, ad-libbed his way through two hours of infectious swing and a five-minute standing ovation before relinquishing the stage back to the Sheldon.

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When Gaelic Storm hit the Pageant on Friday night, the Guinness and Jameson reserves were strained in ways the bartenders likely had not seen the likes of since the great Whiskey War Festival of 2012.

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Youths swilled from various cans, glasses and cups as they awaited a night of synthy-indie tunes -- featuring Jukebox the Ghost, Matt Pond and the Lighthouse and the Whaler -- at the Firebird.

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