"There are things that I love about playing clubs," he adds. "There's something about standing in front of a killer drummer with a very loud guitar amplifier. But playing living rooms is pretty incredible, man. It can kind of renew your faith in music-making, and playing in clubs can kind of do the opposite."

Mike Seely is a former staff writer at the Riverfront Times and erstwhile editor-in-chief of Seattle Weekly. You can follow him on Twitter @mdseely.

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Rachel Parkin
Rachel Parkin

Loved this cover story. In addition to it being a unique opportunity for the bands, it's also amazing as a fan to see an act you love in such an intimate setting--I saw one of my idols play at a Wood house concert and got to talk to her!

egolterman
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Touring musicians and groups found very comfortable, quality places to play in Kiel Opera House for 6 decades-in one or more of the five theaters or theater/concert halls. And made some money. The top music story in St. Louis right now is there is no music in Kiel Opera House. The paranoids on grand avenue have killed it again, and watch for a record short MUNY season.

Is there any doubt why St. Louis is the second most regressed city-next to Detroit?

 
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