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After a few years in hiatus, I was going to bring back the AAFFT July 4th Virtual Fireworks Spectacular, but all the virtual supplies are too damp to virtually ignite.

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When Lamar Harris talks about music, he moves like there's a beat in his head. Sometimes his shoulders move; others, his hands come up to mimic well-remembered movements, as if he has an instrument there right before him.

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Harry "Sweets" Edison was born in Ohio, and by the age of 12 was playing the trumpet with bands around Columbus.

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Balloons were in the air on Friday night at Off Broadway as indie-pop masterminds Someone Still loves You Boris Yeltsin played a fun filled set.

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One problem with five shows in five nights is that things can get away from me -- like getting this out did. Another light weekend, but with some tasty options -- in abbreviated format.

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The Missouri Botanical Garden played host to the Jeremiah Johnson Band on Wednesday night, a rollicking blues and rock St. Louis-based band.

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A very full week of shows continues, with three excellent choices vying for attention Thursday.

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St. Louis' own Beth Bombara takes Americana to the next level on her self-titled album

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Some quick hits for the next two nights.

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Born in St. Louis in 1961, Jerry Harvey is a sound engineer best known for inventing in-ear monitors used by musicians all over the world.

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