The holiday weekend kicked-off at the Old Rock House with Steve Earle and the Dukes in concert, supported by the Mastersons.
On Thursday night Ithaca, New York's X Ambassadors played a sold-out show at the Duck Room at Blueberry Hill.
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.
The Missouri Botanical Garden played host to the Jeremiah Johnson Band on Wednesday night, a rollicking blues and rock St. Louis-based band.
Lindsey Stirling packed the Fox Theatre on Wednesday night, with Olivia Somerlyn opening the show.
Indie folk band Great Lake Swimmers performed at Off Broadway on Sunday night.
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion flooded the Old Rock House with blues fueled rock-n-roll on Thursday night, supported by Daddy Long Legs.
Monday night legendary Seattle sludge-metal band the Melvins played to a near sold-out Firebird.
Saturday's Twangfest finale had all the hallmarks of a rock n' roll homecoming: a sold out show, a parade of old friends on stage and off and a reliable supply of libations courtesy of Off Broadway.
New York-based Parlour Tricks played a very intimate show at the Demo on Saturday night.
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