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Freaky skies bearing evening thunderstorms inched across St. Louis Saturday, the summer solstice, and perhaps Mother Nature's special way of welcoming the psychedelic blues rock of Chris Robinson Brotherhood on their stop at the Pageant.

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New Year's Eve is tricky. Expectations are high, and more often than not, the evening never quite seems to live up to them. Seeing a couple of bands that you know will rock your socks off seems about the best you can do. The line outside the Old Rock House as the doors opened on Tuesday night proved that to be a popular idea.

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What do you get when you combine members of some of the city's best bands with bearded eccentrics, space choir singing and ukuleles? No, not a miniature version of Mad Dogs and Englishmen, though that would be kind of cool. The answer is the Whole Earth Nuclear Ukulele Orchestra.

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The dance floor was packed, the lights slowly dimmed and silhouettes began forming on stage, creating a wave of excitement amongst the audience.

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Deadheads packed the Pageant Thursday night as Chicago-based Grateful Dead tribute band Dark Star Orchestra performed.

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Anyone who showed up at the Pageant Saturday night hoping to hear a rehashing of the Black Crowes' greatest hits from the band's former frontman, Chris Robinson, was probably disappointed.

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The night began with local act 3 Kings taking a trip through the land of funk and blues with a few surprise stops along the journey.

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O.A.R. kicked off their "Summer Crush Tour" at the Fabulous Fox Theatre Thursday night with opening reggae band, Rebelution.

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Make no mistake, the Fabulous Fox is St. Louis' most beautiful venue. With a rotunda ceiling, filagreed walls and hundreds of cherubic busts hanging from the eaves, any band can seem grand.

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Tedeschi Trucks Band, featuring the husband-and-wife team of Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi, brought its big-band blues sound to the Touhill Performing Arts Center on Saturday night.

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