A solo Ted Leo opened the evening at the Pageant with a quiver of power-pop tunes.
St. Louis music fans were treated to some classics Tuesday night at Off Broadway. The Skeletons kicked off the night with some hilarious numbers, including "Waiting for My Gin to Hit Me."
Aimee Mann captivated the seated listeners at the Pageant with her self-described mid-tempo rock, sharply written lyrics and candid on-stage banter.
Over the Rhine played a beautiful, haunting performance last night at the Old Rock House and spread the love.
Drawing an ample crowd -- looking younger than the Rolling Stones "Voodoo Lounge"-era pinball machine against the Firebird's wall -- the Front Bottoms, Cheap Girls and We Should Leave This Tree all blurred the imaginary lines between maturity, talent and fresh faces.
Regina Spektor's husband, Jack Dishel, known musically as Only Son, opened the evening, standing alone on stage playing over pre-recorded backing tracks.
Each month, this site features numerous photography pieces based on the work of the intrepid members of KDHX's pool of volunteer photographers.
Regina Spektor thrilled a sold-out Pageant in St. Louis on Thursday, November 8, touring in support of her sixth release, "What We Saw from the Cheap Seats."
First impressions are important. Both Milo Greene and Bahamas made excellent ones down at the Firebird on Wednesday night during their first stops ever through St. Louis.
Members of Milo Greene were repeteatedly stunned with how many people were at the Firebird last night for their first show in St. Louis, and they showed gratitude throughout the night.
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