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Colin Hay held court Friday night at the Old Rock House, sharing an acoustic set of stories and songs.

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Once again, we find ourselves at the time of year that everyone loves: An Under Cover Weekend, that magical pair of nights when some fine local artists in St. Louis put aside their own works to pay tribute to their idols.

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Chan Marshall has a reputation for being an unpredictable performer, and paying to see a Cat Power show is a little bit like hedging your bets in favor of Guns N' Roses or Van Halen.

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The third annual LouFest music festival in Forest Park took place this past Saturday and Sunday, with some of the best acts in pop, rock, hip hop and electronic music.

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Charting the Music: Passion Pit, 'Gossamer'

Bright and colorful electronic pop, Passion Pit's aptly-titled new release "Gossamer" is an explosive yet delicate outpouring of emotions.

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If you were to ask Luke Prize who his bandmates were three weeks prior to the Great Grandfathers' album release show, he wouldn't have known the answer.

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Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin has grown from the humble origins of being the third most popular band on Weller Street in Springfield, Mo. to national recognition for breezy, harmony-laden pop and quirky song structures.

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With the presence of Old Lights and two talented Wills, Off Broadway's Open Highway Music Festival offered a second night of twangy beauty.

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After letting the anticipation build for nearly an hour, Dum Dum Girls hit the stage at Off Broadway on Monday night to an anxious crowd.

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