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Eschewing the formality of an opening act, Soundgarden was all business at the Pageant on Tuesday night.

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Unique: 1. Having no like or equal. 2. Being the only one of a kind. 3. Highly unusual. All of these definitions apply to the Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival in Breaux Bridge, La., which began in 1960.

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Brothers Lazaroff performed at the May 18 edition of Harvest Sessions. For this special acoustic performance, Brothers Lazaroff were joined by Coco Soul and Jennifer Roques on backing vocals and Tom "Papa" Ray on vocals and harmonica.

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With a toast, a drag and a pair of suspenders, Jesse "The Devil" Hughes and his filthy cohorts, the Eagles of Death Metal, torched into the rarest of nights: paid for drinks, at a paid for show in the shadow of the Arch, framed by helicopter fly-bys.

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Marina Diamandis took control of the Pageant as her better-known alias Marina and the Diamonds, delivering a set of addictive dance pop and charming stage presence.

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It was a bit surreal to watch Molly Ringwald, the object of desire of not only the fictional Farmer Ted, but countless children of the 1980s, descend the Jazz at the Bistro staircase and stand alone smiling shyly as she waited to be introduced on Wednesday night.

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The enigmatic Black Moth Super Rainbow -- Ryan Graveface, Pony Diver, Iffernaut, the Seven Fields of Aphelion, and, mercifully, Thomas "Tobacco" Fec -- come onstage accompanied by a revelation: They seem to be homo sapiens after all.

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It has been 20 years since the Breeders' "Last Splash" was released and broke into the top 40 -- and yet, judging by the crowd and the band's energy, it was clear that the album has aged well.

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Jonny Fritz was in full character, as is normal for him, as he took the stage. Fiddle player Joshua Hedley exploded on stage with multiple solos that kept the crowd listening. These two performers shine a new light to country music.

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When reviewing concerts I photograph, I try to avoid words like "epic," but I can't think of a better word to sum of Japanese group Boris' show at the Firebird last night.

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