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Wrapping up 2014 with some news and notes regarding venues -- all of it sobering.
 

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Each year in December we ask our crew of volunteer photographers to choose four of their favorite pieces from the current year.

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Pink Floyd Tribute El Monstero kicked off its annual, six-show holiday run at the Pageant on Friday night to a sold-out crowd. Adding large, outdoor shows during the summer doesn't seem to have affected winter attendance for one of St. Louis' favorite tribute band. And what a band it is -- made up of some of the areas finest and most beloved musicians.

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In the spirit of jazz, Wednesday night at the Ferring Jazz Bistro proved to be a night of adaptation and perseverance.

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A weekend (not surprisingly) heavy on holiday-related shows.

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Crazy how time passes. Not a new thought, but one that still beguiles. On Wednesday, the Pageant hosted Say Anything, Saves the Day and Reggie and the Full Effect for a celebration of the 10-year anniversary of Say Anything's "...Is a Real Boy."

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St. Louis' Scottrade Center, (in layman's terms the House of Blues hockey), has the feel of pricey college stadium. It's large enough that one loses track of the merchandise booth's location, but small enough to save concertgoers the thigh-burning hikes of Busch Stadium.

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A healthy batch of weeknight shows before a very over-saturated weekend.
 

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Playing to a sold out Duck Room on Saturday night, Cracker delivered urgent Americana music to an eager audience.

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SomeOthaShip Connect Music is an indie music label started by singer-songwriter and producer Georgia Anne Muldrow and longtime music collaborator and rapper Dudley Perkins aka Declaime. At Blank Space on Saturday night, the lineup showcased a hybrid of rap artists such as Philadelphia emcee Bahamadia, energetic DJ and producer Kankick, local electro-soul duo Hawthorne Headhunters, young rapper Con, KDHX's own Nappy DJ Needles, as well as special guests.

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