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Fresh from a trip south to lay down tracks for a forthcoming seven-inch record, St. Louis duo Bruiser Queen rocked Livery Company with a few new friends from Memphis on Friday night.

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By 7:30, Plush was busier than I'd seen it in a long while. Most in the crowd had already pushed forward and claimed their spots right in front of the stage or grabbed one of the few seats in the balcony.

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Minnesota-based folk singer Mason Jennings played an opener-free, reserved-seat show at the Old Rock House on Thursday evening.

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The CMJ Music Marathon emerged in New York City over thirty years ago to showcase little-known college rock bands seeking a wider audience from music fans and industry professionals.

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The line at the door of the Firebird snaked through the parking lot. This was the first sign. Then -- the smiles, the excitement, no one worrying about not getting in -- a sense of fate in the air.

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Monday evening at the Pageant became a showcase for the Brick Squad Monopoly, the record label founded by Southern rapper Waka Flocka Flame and his manager, Gucci Mane (who made a surprise appearance).

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honeyhoney puts the blues in bluegrass. The band opened the night at the Pageant with a full set of down-home, twangy tunes.

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Season six -- it all started in 2007 -- of KDHX's Harvest Sessions closed with performances by Auset, the Lulus and Pretty Little Empire.

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Former KDHX DJ Jim Findlay brought the current version of the Colin Sphinctor Band to the Focal Point on Saturday.

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