This week, lots of acts stop through St. Louis to grace many of its great stages. Check out Talib Kweli, Steve Aoki, Lee Fields & the Expressions and many more. Click through for this week's recommendations, and stay tuned. We'll have plenty more picks for you for the weekend.
8 p.m. Wednesday, June 29. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
The only people having more fun than the Pageant's audience last night were Tegan and Sara Quin. The twin sisters blasted through a fantastic 25-song set which touched on their entire career, thrilling the packed venue. Photo: Todd OwyoungTegan and Sara last night at the Pageant. See full slideshow ... More >>
Stop smirking: The fact that St. Louis snagged a date on the being-routed Lilith Fair is kind of awesome. This year's list of artists playing some (or all) of the dates for the reactivated all-female-artists tour -- nothing's set in stone yet -- is bordering on the incredible: Heart! Cat Power! Lore ... More >>
(Welcome to In the Studio, a section on A to Z that spotlights -- what else? -- local artists in the studio. If you are also recording/recently recorded -- or are a studio engineer/producer and working with people -- email me, with the phrase "In the Studio" in the subject heading.) Cassie Morgan (l ... More >>
9 p.m. Wednesday, March 12. The Bluebird, 2706 Olive Street
Aimee Mann knocks out another pop jewel
Saturday, October 29; Mississippi Nights (914 North First Street)
Week of September 7, 2005
Saturday, May 22; the Hi-Pointe
Local college station KCLC-FM proves that adult album alternative radio doesn't have to suck
Dar Williams sings poignantly, but her sense of fun is intact
Could '02' mean "Oh, too many records?"
Week of August 7, 2002
Everything But the Girl's Ben Watt used to be half of a soft-pop duo; these days, he's manning the decks and pumping the bass
A visit to either of the Black Thorn Pub's locations will top off a fun South Side evening
Saturday, Dec. 9; Velvet
Naked Time (Delmore Recording Society)
RFT music critics offer a cut-and-paste compendium of the year in music. Everyone's wrong. Everyone's right.