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On Thursday night Local H played the first night of their tour to a packed house at the Firebird.

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Sunday night at Off Broadway concert growers were treated to two Nashville, Tennessee based bands -- JEFF the Brotherhood, touring for their new album "Wasted on the Dream" and Bully, who was playing their last show of the tour.

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On Saturday night singer-songwriter Jessica Lea Mayfield played to a sold out crowd at Off Broadway.

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"I just wanna have a good time," wails Julia Shapiro of Seattle band Chastity Belt, but the good times sound over for good on the deliciously dark and doom-ridden "Time to Go Home," a party-ender to end all parties.

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It's been four long years since grunge-rock pioneers Pearl Jam graced St. Louis with their musical presence, but that extended absence was rectified Friday night at an electrifying three-hour performance at Scottrade Center for a packed house of rabid fans.

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Monday, 27 January 2014 11:03

Song of the Day: 'Burnt Alive' by Champ

"I don't want to walk down memory lane," howls Joel Williams of the band Champ. "Burnt Alive" is an anti-nostalgic declaration, though the collision of grunge and febrile pop harmonies more than suggests that this San Diego foursome isn't essay writer ready to kiss off the rock 'n' roll past just yet.

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One of the greatest of the original wave of grunge bands, Mudhoney is still slugging and sludging its way into rock 'n' roll fans' hardcore hearts. Witness "The Only Son of the Widow of Nain," a heavy track from the forthcoming album "Vanishing Point."

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Dinosaur Jr. will hulk back into St. Louis bearing towers of Marshall stacks on August 25 for the third annual LouFest.

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After standing in a line that extended around the side of the Tivoli Theater in the U-City loop clear to the back of the adjacent parking lot and into the alley Tuesday evening, we finally took our seats for the sold-out, one-night-only theatrical premiere of the highly anticipated Cameron Crowe documentary "Pearl Jam Twenty."

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