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New Year's Eve is tricky. Expectations are high, and more often than not, the evening never quite seems to live up to them. Seeing a couple of bands that you know will rock your socks off seems about the best you can do. The line outside the Old Rock House as the doors opened on Tuesday night proved that to be a popular idea.

Published in Reviews
Sunday, 23 December 2012 16:50

Best of 2012: Top 15 albums that turned 40

Ever wonder if popular music is better today than it was, say, 40 years ago? Frankly, it isn't. Even with Gangnam style, it's hard to imagine this year producing so many recordings as important as the best of 1972.

Published in Music News

What a fine, fine night of rock 'n' roll it was Saturday night at the Pageant. Street Fighting Band pulled out all the stops and played a three-hour marathon of Rolling Stones songs.

Published in Music News
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 16:05

Jake's Leg 11/22/11

Of all the cover bands in St. Louis, Jake's Leg is surely among the most faithful. They're as close to the Dead as you'll get without a time machine.

Published in Live Performances

One of the greats of American popular music, Jerry Ragovoy, suffered a massive stroke yesterday and has passed away at the age of 80.

Published in Music News

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