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Hailing from Santa Cruz, California, the Devil Makes Three played to a packed room at the Pageant on Thursday night.

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Pink Floyd Tribute El Monstero kicked off its annual, six-show holiday run at the Pageant on Friday night to a sold-out crowd. Adding large, outdoor shows during the summer doesn't seem to have affected winter attendance for one of St. Louis' favorite tribute band. And what a band it is -- made up of some of the areas finest and most beloved musicians.

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After a four year hiatus, Austin's Spoon played a highly anticipated show in support of their new album "They Want My Soul," at the Pageant.

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Freaky skies bearing evening thunderstorms inched across St. Louis Saturday, the summer solstice, and perhaps Mother Nature's special way of welcoming the psychedelic blues rock of Chris Robinson Brotherhood on their stop at the Pageant.

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While driving home from a tough work day in miserable traffic this afternoon, I was seething, put to the point of explosion. But I maintained composure and saw through the impending fit of rage. After all, I had a ticket to see the Flaming Lips. And that put a huge smile on my face.

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The Drive-By Truckers sold out the Pageant on Saturday night, on tour with their twelfth album "English Oceans."

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Dr. Dog is currently on tour for their eighth studio album release, "B-Room," and stopped by the Pageant as the tour is winding down to deliver a high-energy, powerful performance to their devoted fans. The verdict? They succeeded.

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Hundreds of fans waited in anticipation, chanting "Flog-ging Mol-ly!" to reel the band onto the stage, their howls elevating at the lowering of the lights until the band appeared and answered with a surge of hammering Irish rock.

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Tuesday night Flogging Molly was in town at the Pageant for their 10th annual Green 17 Tour.

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At the age of 66, Grateful Dead founding member, guitarist and singer/songwriter Bob Weir is enjoying a bit of a Renaissance.

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