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Still getting my ducks in a row for Saturday and Sunday -- here is some info you need to know sooner:

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St. Louis veteran country band Diesel Island performed in Tower Grove Park as part of the Harvest Sessions concert series this holiday weekend.

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Here are your musical fireworks for the holiday weekend -- some of these will include actual pyrotechnics (outside only, hopefully):

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Some precursors to the big holiday weekend:

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Salt of the Earth made their first appearance at the KDHX Harvest Sessions on Saturday.

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I don't have a lot of shows to recommend for this weekend, but there's plenty of music to be heard -- especially if you attend the 20-plus-act festival Saturday:

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Some treats for those willing to participate in weeknight activities:

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Saturday was a very special day indeed as we welcomed the summer solstice, the beginning of summer (at 5:51 am) and the first appearance by Bruiser Queen at Harvest Sessions.

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Sadly, Sunday's Diarrhea Planet show at Off Broadway was just cancelled; they are (so to speak) quite a blast. After a few hectic weekends (and a very busy week), one that's pretty subdued becomes even more so:

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Some two years in the making, "Let’s Love," the new album from Scarlet Tanager, finds the St. Louis band enriching its chamber-pop sound with ever-maturing emotional and instrumental textures, notably on the haunting, call-and-response vocals of "Place That I Come From."

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