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One of rock 'n' roll's most iconic groups, REO Speedwagon, is currently out on tour, rocking around the globe and performing every night to thousands of fans.

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Jim James, frontman of rock group My Morning Jacket, has been (or at least should be) running on fumes lately. Last year he contributed music to “Lost On The River: The New Basement Tapes,” a collection of unreleased songs from Bob Dylan. He also co-produced “That’s It!,” the recent album for the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

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Blanketed in an hypnotic pattern of light and fog, My Morning Jacket delivered a sonic wave of soulful psychedelic rock on Wednesday night at the Peabody Opera House.

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The Decemberists have always added a campy flair to their antiquated compositions. Lead singer-songwriter Colin Meloy's verses are swathed in purple descriptions of harlots, gestating cherubs and other lore-ish humanoid creatures that seemed even less human at Peabody Opera House last Saturday.

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Powerful in both sound and numbers, Tedeschi Trucks Band (TTB) brought its special blend of hard driving Southern blues-rock to Peabody Opera House on Sunday night. Helmed by the über-talented husband and wife team of Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi, and backed by nine incredible musicians and vocalists, TTB is simply one of the most dynamic touring bands playing today.

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Many couples chose to spend their Valentine's evening at the Peabody Opera House with Jason Isbell and Damien Jurado.

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Things got weird at the Peabody Opera House on Wednesday, as Primus followed an opening set of their classic material with a psychedelic take on the songs from "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory."

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Widespread Panic played the first of a two night run on Tuesday at the Peabody Opera House and, as expected, incited a dance riot by a notoriously loyal crowd.

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Jam veterans Widespread Panic returned to St. Louis on Tuesday night for the first of two shows at Peabody Opera House as part of its fall tour. As a diehard fan of the band for nearly 25 years, I was of course excited to spend some time with them once again in my home city at such an intimate venue.

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"I'm just a weird guy trying to make everybody happy," Ryan Adams proclaimed halfway through his set on Sunday night. A crowd had gathered near the front of the Peabody Opera House stage, and those trying to see the show from their seats seemed visibly (and in one case, physically) disgruntled. After some pushes and grumbles from the crowd, Adams stepped in.

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