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Thursday night at the Firebird was a great place for a geek. Using video game sound cards, Super NES controls and an old NES Power Pad with chiptune, pop-rockers I Fight Dragons made references ranging from Edgar Allan Poe to Star Wars to Moby Dick.

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On Tuesday night the Whigs' frontman Parker Gispert came out kicking before a sparse but engaged audience at the Firebird. Literally kicking.

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Upon entering the parking lot of the Firebird Friday night, there was an unexpectedly large amount of people, and a long line that reached clear out the door and into the lot.

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The line at the door of the Firebird snaked through the parking lot. This was the first sign. Then -- the smiles, the excitement, no one worrying about not getting in -- a sense of fate in the air.

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After the first song at the Firebird last night, Grace Sophia's bassist stepped on stage, removed his jacket and jumped into the following song as if he was saying, "Sorry I'm late, guys. Traffic." It was a quick set, followed by a quicker set break.

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A healthy heap of rock was doled out Sunday night at the Firebird.

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Local folk band Indian Blanket opened up the sold-out show on Saturday night at the Firebird, which was headlined by First Aid Kit.

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The sisters of Stockholm, First Aid Kit, brought their cold weather and warm hearts and voices to a sold-out Firebird on Saturday night.

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The Corin Tucker Band came through St. Louis last night, performing at the Firebird in support of their latest album, "Kill My Blues."

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