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I don't know if I've ever felt more out of place than I did on Saturday night at the Pageant. Ed Sheeran, the 21-year-old British singer-songwriter, whose single "The A Team" has over 50 million views on YouTube, had sold out the venue. To my surprise, the ticket buyers were almost entirely teenaged girls.

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I arrived at a sedate Pageant night club at around 7:40 p.m. on Thursday and comfortably found a spot on the floor in the front row right up against the railing. With 20 minutes to go before Calexico took the stage, I passed the time by counting instruments.

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On Thursday night, the Pageant hosted a bill that featured two excellent bands whose styles and sounds cover a wide range.

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"I look up at blue sky of perfect lost purity and feel the warp of wood of old America beneath me." An influential passage from "October in the Railroad Earth," written by Jack Kerouac, sums up the exultant vibe of Saturday night's Railroad Earth show at the Pageant.

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Kele Okereke, the frontman of Bloc Party, has a rock-star swagger about him, a presence unlike most of his peers. At one point during the band's show at the Pageant on Saturday night, he just stood at the front of the stage, smirking, and the crowd burst into applause simply because he is who he is.

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Bloc Party came to the Pageant on Saturday and put on an energetic show for its St. Louis following.

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None of the three troops to take the stage on Tuesday night at the Pageant were willing to be outdone.

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If Thursday night's rock show at the Pageant -- featuring Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and Langhorne Slim and the Law -- offers any indication of what this year's concerts will bring, it's going to be a fun year.

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Grace Potter and the Nocturnals have sold out nine of their last 10 shows, which might lead you to believe that they are on to something. Last night, at the Pageant, St. Louis got a taste of all the hype.

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With 17 bandmates in place and a set-up rivaling anything I've seen at the Pageant, Mark Thomas Quinn rode his podium over 30 feet above the sold-out and bustling mass before El Monstero proceeded to expand the meaning of the word "spectacle."

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