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Keb' Mo' slid into the Sheldon Concert Hall on Friday night and performed songs from his recently released "BLUESAmericana," which is his 12th studio album.

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Angelo de Augustine, currently on tour with indie artist Noah Gunderson, took the stage at a packed Old Rock House on Thursday night.

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Two venues -- and local acts -- dominate my offerings for this edition.
 

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"Is it a fucking Tuesday night in St. Louis?!" howled Saint Motel point man A/J Jackson before the band busted into "Daydream/Wetdream/Nightdream." A proper answer was weeded out with a quick glance towards the nearest iPhone. Jackson needed no response, but the question was fair.

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I had the pleasure of attending scores of shows in St. Louis this past year. Here are my top picks for the best shows of 2014.

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There was no shortage of music to be found at St. Louis' Mad Magician on Saturday night, as the venue welcomed Shooter Jennings and Waymore's Outlaws to the stage.

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Waylon Albright "Shooter" Jennings, rolled into St. Louis on Saturday night, bringing with him a history of country music bigger than his own stature. Doors opened at 7 p.m. with opening acts setting the stage for Jennings' later performance.

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Chicago rockers Bailiff returned to Off Broadway on Thursday, one year after their St. Louis debut.

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Hailing from Santa Cruz, California, the Devil Makes Three played to a packed room at the Pageant on Thursday night.

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On a music-related note: "20,000 Days On Earth" -- a film about dark rocker Nick Cave -- screens as part of Webster University's film series through Sunday.  More info here.
 

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