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The Firebird was barely a quarter-full when St. Louis' Tenement Ruth took the stage at 8:30 p.m. A couple dozen people, mostly older males, were scattered along the back wall near the arcade machines and sound board.

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Closing out this year's installment of An Under Cover Weekend in the usual grand style, five St. Louis bands -- Arthur and the Librarian, Last to Show First to Go, Palace, Dots Not Feathers and Via Dove -- raised the bar and left the crowd anticipating next year's party at the Firebird.

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Just like the storms that ended shortly before the show, there was plenty of rumbling filling the air of the Firebird Friday night as An Under Cover Weekend kicked off its sixth year.

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Once again, we find ourselves at the time of year that everyone loves: An Under Cover Weekend, that magical pair of nights when some fine local artists in St. Louis put aside their own works to pay tribute to their idols.

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The remnants of Hurricane Isaac may have rained out most Labor Day weekend barbecues in St. Louis, but Dan Deacon's show at the Firebird turned his brand of orchestral and electro noise into a steamy, collaborative party.

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Even though Thursday night at the Firebird was a great lineup of musical acts, hometown heroes Bo and the Locomotive stole the spotlight.

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Jessica Lea Mayfield kicked off her summer tour at the Firebird on Tuesday night to a captivated crowd.

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San Antonio-based Girl in a Coma played a roaring set last night at the Firebird In support of last year's "Exits and All the Rest." Local bands Scene of Irony and DinoFight! (not pictured) rounded out a perfect way to end a weekend.

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Where were all the ladies and lady lovers of St. Louis on Sunday night? Because they should have been at the Firebird rocking out to badass San Antonio trio Girl in a Coma.

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It was a full lineup at the Firebird Thursday night. Locals Tidal Volume kicked things off, followed by the sweet sounds of Now, Now. Next, Savoir Adore took the stage and got everyone dancing.

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