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"January has officially arrived because the Bad Plus is in St. Louis," remarked Jazz at the Bistro's Bob Bennett as he introduced the trio on this, their seventh annual stay at the prized listening room.

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Last night Neutral Milk Hotel's Jeff Mangum helped usher in a new century of live music at the Sheldon. His performance embraced the venue's tradition of blending the spiritual with the musical.

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None of the three troops to take the stage on Tuesday night at the Pageant were willing to be outdone.

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If Thursday night's rock show at the Pageant -- featuring Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and Langhorne Slim and the Law -- offers any indication of what this year's concerts will bring, it's going to be a fun year.

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Grace Potter and the Nocturnals have sold out nine of their last 10 shows, which might lead you to believe that they are on to something. Last night, at the Pageant, St. Louis got a taste of all the hype.

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When not taking jabs at his less-than-glamorous past as a dishwasher, Father John Misty, aka Joshua Tillman, proved to be quite the showman, dancing and gyrating in front of a delighted and sold-out crowd at the Firebird.

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Tuesday, 08 January 2013 12:20

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88.1 KDHX is known for broadcasting some of the most eclectic and excellent music programming of any radio station in the world. Likewise our website, KDHX.org, is an amazing source of music reviews, interviews and other features. Our volunteer music writers make that content happen.

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Joined by a well-crafted quartet, Gregory Porter has been dropping jaws around the world since his well-received debut album "Water" was released in 2010.

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Letting over three hours go by after doors opened, Dirt Nasty's Saturday night show at the Old Rock House devolved into a referendum on unpredictability and expectations. Actor Simon Rex's foray into music came across like his "Scary Movie 3" parody of Eminem, minus the MPAA concerns.

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St. Louis has it good. Good beer, good music and good venues. And Saturday night local was king at the Pageant in celebration of Schlafly Beer's 21st year in operation.

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