Queens of the Stone Age was a perfect choice for the Point's (KPNT 105.7) annual Pointfest. After all, QOTSA is one of the only bands able to strike the balance between the muscular rock that appeals to the station's listeners and the arty sensibilities that resonate with indie audiences, thus ensur ... More >>
These year's Pointfest -- number 32 if you are keeping score -- features performances by Queens of the Stone age, the Offspring, AFI, the Head and the Heart, Neon Trees and many more, and we have four lawn tickets to give away!
Todd OwyoungJosh HommeIt was a no-brainer that Queens of the Stone Age's show last night at the Pageant was sold out -- incredibly, it was the band's first St. Louis club show since September 2002. Although a no-frills 90 minutes, the set was exactly what fans expect (and crave) from QOTSA: e ... More >>
Two tall figures stand mouth to mouth with a lone microphone, each raven-haired and pale in the blue light. Alison Mosshart bores into Jack White, who pretends to watch his hands move on his guitar. Silhouettes and voices melding and retreating, they are towering four-alarm fires, side-by-side, blee ... More >>
The Dead Weather debuts in St. Louis this weekendThe Dead Weather's résumé is stellar: The quartet features White Stripes/Raconteurs figurehead Jack White, Kills vocalist Alison Mosshart, Queens of the Stone Age's Dean Fertita and Raconteurs/Greenhornes member Jack Lawrence. Together, the m ... More >>
8 p.m. Saturday, April 24. The Pageant, 6161 Delmar Boulevard.