The Riverfront Times has a long, long, long history of promoting the An Under Cover Weekend shows. On the surface it's a cool event that seems to support our huge pool of local talent. It's nice to see local bands in any showcase together, especially one where everyone is working together to try to ... More >>
"I was trying on my outfit earlier [for the video release party], which is why I have on a crazy outfit right now. This is not my day wear," Kristin Dennis of Née reassures me about her purple one piece jumpsuit with gold buckled belt as we walked into Native Sound Studio. Dennis is lively as her m ... More >>
Alberta Cross will give St. Louis a double dose of its music tomorrow, on July 17: The band brings its modern psych-rock to Off Broadway that night and releases its new album Songs of Patience the same day. Doors open at Off Broadway at 8 p.m. and the show is scheduled to start at 8:30. Tickets are ... More >>
My word of the day calendar says that today's word is "skirl", which conveniently is defined as a musical term. Unfortunately, it is one that typically involves the act of bagpipin', and none of the bands listed this week feature that particular instrument. MISSED OPPORTUNITIES. Alberta Cross plays ... More >>
8:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 17. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
Tennis SystemTennis System | Death Of Yeti | Sleepy Sun The Firebird September 25, 2011 Sometimes it's fun to go to a show with a small crowd. Your friends are easier to find. There's no wait at the bar. And you seem to talk to people more because it's like, Hey, we're all in this together. ... More >>
Family Arena just announced that Stone Temple Pilots' September 30 show is canceled. Says the venue: Atlantic recording group Stone Temple Pilots today announced that they have re-routed a portion of their upcoming U.S. tour dates. Beginning September 21 in El Paso, TX the band will take a short br ... More >>
Michael Been, vocalist/guitarist for '80s band the Call, apparently died today in Belgium. He was 60. Been is the father of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club bassist/vocalist Robert Been (who's also known as Robert Turner), and was working as the band's sound engineer. According to reports from the Pukkel ... More >>
Todd OwyoungAlthough Family Arena hasn't yet put this show on its website -- which means, yes, it's still not 100% confirmed -- tour dates swirling around put the reunited Stone Temple Pilots at the venue on September 30. The opener, via an email I just received? Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. ... More >>
Jon ScorfinaNicole Peterson, this week's Last Collector StandingNicole Peterson has worked in many facets of the music industry, including retail at Slackers CD's and Games and (currently) at Suite 100 at the Pageant handling merchandise and ticket sales. After looking through her modest reco ... More >>
* denotes a band coming to town; signifies a local band Euclid Records 1. Broken Bells - Broken Bells 2. Jimi Hendrix - Valleys Of Neptune 3. She & Him - Vol 2. 4. Gorillaz - Plastic Beach 5. Johnny Cash - Ain't No Grave 6. Rogue Wave - Permalight 7. Fright ... More >>
9 p.m. Wednesday, April 7. The Firebird, 2706 Olive Street.
As always, the asterisk (*) after an album indicates that the artist is coming to town. A plus-sign ( ) indicates local. Euclid Records 1. She & Him - Vol 2. 2. Johnny Cash - Ain't No Grave 3. Goldfrapp - Headfirst 4. Jimi Hendrix - Valleys Of Neptune 5. Carolina Chocolate Drops - Genuine ... More >>
What Black Rebel Motorcycle Club is and what it ain't has been a source of clothespin tension since its inception. Its new album Beat the Devil's Tattoo, the band's fifth, reconciles much of that tension by yoking together its effects-laden shoegaze and its blues-based rock -- both leer and sneer -- ... More >>
Euclid Records 1. Jimi Hendrix - Valleys Of Neptune 2. Johnny Cash - Ain't No Grave 3. White Stripes - Under Great White Northern Lights 4. Gorillaz - Plastic Beach 5. John Hiatt - The Open Road 6. Graham Parker - Imaginary Television 7. Drive By Truckers - The Bi ... More >>
8 p.m. Tuesday, March 23. The Pageant, 6161 Delmar Boulevard.
Vintage Vinyl 1. BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB---Beat The Devil's Tattoo* 2. TITUS ANDRONICUS---Monitor 3. FLOGGING MOLLY---Live At The Greek Theatre 4. LUDACRIS---Battle Of The Sexes 5. GORILLAZ---Plastic Beach 6. MURPHY LEE---You See Me 7. SADE---Soldier Of Love 8. BROKEN BELLS---Broken Bells 9. JIM ... More >>
Alice in Chains has done the unthinkable. The Seattle band lost its original lead singer, Layne Staley, to a drug overdose in 2002, regrouped with a new vocalist, William DuVall, recorded a new album, Black Gives Way to Blue -- and hasn't tarnished its legacy. That was clear at a smoke-hazed Pageant ... More >>
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club is performing at the Pageant on Tuesday, March 23. The excellent trio Band of Skulls is opening. In addition to the night show, BRMC will be doing a special acoustic set in the Halo Bar earlier in the day. (Sorry, though, kids: It's 21-plus.) To gain entrance, pre- ... More >>
David GrayThe Pageant *2010: A Nightlife Experience, Wednesday, December 30 *Nick Jonas and the Administration/Diane Birch, Tuesday, January 19 *Umphrey's McGee, Thursday, February 4 *G. Love and Special Sauce, Saturday, March 13 *STS9, Friday, March 19 *Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Tuesday, Marc ... More >>
Sorry to post this so late; today's MJ memorial sort of dominated things. Anyway, if you're heading out to Pop's to catch Australian pop starlets the Veronicas, be sure to get there early and see THEART. Formerly known as the Follow, the act takes after Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, the Warlocks, ear ... More >>
8 p.m. Friday, April 25. The Pageant, 6161 Delmar Boulevard
Week of May 31, 2007
B-Sides gets intimate with Rhino Records' new Genesis reissues, then catches up with the cool cats in Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.
9 p.m. Tuesday, January 16. Cicero's (6691 Delmar Boulevard, University City).
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Saturday, February 25 at 8 p.m. at Mississippi Nights (914 North First Street)
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