Monday night at the Firebird had a little bit of everything, from the art-rock band the Red Paintings to the whirlwind set from Austin power-trio Ume to the blistering performance by headlining act ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead.
Singer-songwriter Kimya Dawson and rapper Aesop Rock blended countercultures as the Uncluded at the Firebird.
Yeasayer and opening act Reptar offered up a mix of sounds and rhythms to a joyously discombobulated, sold-out crowd at the Firebird on Thursday night.
The Uncluded's bizarre blend of genres stuffed the Firebird with an eccentric mix of fans that seemed to leave no one out.
Milo Greene performed hits off its 2012 self-titled release to an intimate crowd at the Firebird last night.
The backdrop pinned onstage consisted of a nude Josh Tillman standing in a golden arch encapsulated by a rainbow, in space. And that is Father John Misty: Irreverent, free-spirited and probably, while not on stage, hanging out in his birthday suit.
With the show sold-out before the start of the night, anticipation was high for concertgoers at the Firebird on Friday night to see Pure Bathing Culture and Father John Misty.
A sweaty, sold-out crowd packed the Firebird to witness the long-awaited return of joke-punk pioneers the Dead Milkmen.
Providing St. Louis with it's weekly dose of rock 'n' roll, the Detroit Cobras, Pangea and Tok took the stage of the Firebird last night.
The Firebird packed a powerful slate of five acts into one show last night: The Hush Sound, Hockey, River City Extension, Genevieve Schatz (of Company of Thieves) and Lucas Carpenter
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