This weekend, Bible Belt Sinners puts out a new CD, Googolplexia and Dubb Nubb team up for a split EP, and several touring acts grace stages allover St. Louis, including the Mowgli's, DeRobert and the Half-Truths, K. Michelle, Native and Useless Eaters. Get the info on these shows and more in our concert recommendations.
Friday (March 21):
The Mowgli's w/ MisterWives, Blackwell @ The Firebird 7:30 p.m. | $15 Did you know that this band is named after one of its members' dogs? I mean, obviously the dog was named after the Jungle Book character, but still. I dunno, I thought that was neat; leave me alone. (DH)
Wet Nurse w/ Bruiser Queen, Little Big Bangs @ The Heavy Anchor 9 p.m. | $5 Sisters Nina and Susana Chaplin front Wet Nurse, a '60s-pop-influenced garage-rock outfit from Orlando with infectiously catchy riffs and sweet yet solid-edged singing. Hear 'em on Bandcamp. (MS)
Saturday (March 22):
Bible Belt Sinners CD Release w/ Motorpanties @ Blueberry Hill 9 p.m. | $7 Bible Belt Sinners plays blues-and-country-inspired rock & roll and throw a party to celebrate the release of its second studio album, Sunday Best. Motorpanties, an all-girl rock outfit from Springfield opens. (MS)
DeRobert and the Half-Truths w/ The Grips, DJ Hal Greens @ The Demo 11:30 pm. | $10-$15 Have you got soul? Get out on the dance floor and prove it, because this show has soul to spare. Bring your dancing shoes. (DH)
K. Michelle @ Ambassador 7 p.m. | $35-$45 See her in person before you see her even MORE on the silver screen. K. Michelle just announced a couple of weeks ago that she will be starring in her own TV show, a spinoff of VH1's Love & Hip-Hop, on which she is already a cast member. (DH)
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