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Thursday night at the Pageant, Gary Clark Jr. took the stage and launched into his first song, backlit, with what looked like the rising sun beaming behind him.

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Last night, Beck Hansen made his long-awaited return to Mound City with a sold-out concert at the Pageant. Beck last played here on a tour supporting his album "Midnite Vultures" in January of 2000. Bill Clinton was still president, the iPod's debut was almost two years away and we had all somehow just survived Y2K (phew!)

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Australian guitar virtuoso John Butler stopped at the Pageant on Wednesday night, along with bassist Byron Luiters and drummer/percussionist Grant Gerathy, who round out the John Butler Trio. Butler, a former busker from the small city of Fremantle in Perth, Australia, is touring in support of his band's recently released sixth album, "Flesh & Blood."

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Glasgow, Scotland's Chvrches have needed little assistance in emerging as a mainstream contemporary electronic dance-rock monolith.

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The creative process can be arduous. Without the right elements, working an internal dialogue into a malleable mass of creative genius can feel wrong. It takes time. It takes a curative flair. Bands like Local Natives understand the ingredients that go into records anointed with emotions that settle deeper than the soul, and it's why why people go see bands like Local Natives.

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"You should have seen that girl go shaky at the knees," sang Blitzen Trapper's Eric Earley halfway through the Portland, Ore. band's set. His words proved applicable to more than doting young girls; they illuminated the reactions of every Blitzen Trapper and Drive-By Truckers fan at the Pageant on Saturday night.

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As I made my way into the Pageant to see Keller Williams and More Than a Little, I realized almost immediately that I was underdressed. How could I forget to wear a beanie? And maybe a tie-dyed shirt? Or most importantly, to take my shoes off?

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Another Mardi Gras has come and gone, but the heart and soul of New Orleans was alive and well inside the Pageant last night as legendary funk/jazz fusion band, Galactic, provided a taste of its native Bourbon Street sound.

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At long last, St. Louis shed its Siberia-like temperatures this week and reached 70 degrees by Thursday; the desire to hibernate melted with the snow.

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