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Tuesday, 25 September 2012 10:06

Glen Hansard 9/25/12

Idealistic and honest enough to soften the most jaded of hearts, Glen Hansard's songs occupy the space between the scars of love lost and the hope of love yet to be won.

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Celebration of Oneness took place in Strauss Park on Saturday. The event was a gathering of diverse cultures, showcasing music, dance, poetry, storytelling and ending with a Holi Festival of Colors.

In the Benton Park neighborhood -- at the corner of Victor and McNair -- the Blues City Deli hosted its annual Streetfest, which is always a rockin' good time.

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2720 Cherokee was filled with the party culture's finest on Saturday night, decked out in a creative assortment of clothing and accessories that lit up and glowed.

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On a Thursday afternoon in Strauss Park, the Dynamites featuring Charles Walker filled the Grand Center neighborhood with some serious soul and funk.

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The legendary Robert Earl Keen performed to a sold-out crowd at Off Broadway on Wednesday night.

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With an eclectic mix of genres, Fishbone packed the house at the Firebird on Tuesday night.

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Locals Cave of Swords kicked off the week at Plush on Monday night, opening for Washed Out.

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Veteran Americana performers Guy Clark and Verlon Thompson returned to the renovated Wildwood Springs Lodge in Steelville, Mo. for an acoustic performance.

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Sunday, 16 September 2012 15:44

Two Gallants 9/16/12

San Francisco duo Two Gallants send folk and blues-influenced indie rock spinning off in volatile, vulnerable and unexpected directions.

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