Its happened to me a million times. I walk into a bar with the intention of sitting down for a relaxing beverage, and in between the time that I've paid and my first sip of beer, I realize that some 22 year old asshole is having a birthday party. And that all they want to hear is Usher, Nelly, or th ... More >>
You've been there, listening to a song for the first time, hearing the word at the end of one lyric and thinking "please don't end the next line with (insert predictable rhyme here)." Of course, nine out of ten times, the internalized wish is futile. Nobody expects songwriters to reinvent the wheel ... More >>
Bonnie Raitt | Marc Cohn May 18, 2012 The Pageant They'd come in from Kansas City, Columbia, Minneapolis, Chicago, Louisville and West County -- and places further, I'm sure. The general admission ticket holders lined up outside the Halo Bar four hours or more before the doors would open, tailgatin ... More >>
Jon ScorfinaOut of the genres that would seem adaptable to the digital transition away from vinyl, electronic seems to be the most obvious choice. Yet the culture of trainspotting, or having the knowledge to pick out samples of electronic music playing at a club, was explicitly linked to reco ... More >>
8 p.m. Sunday, November 21. The Old Rock House, 1200 South Seventh Street.
(Warning: If you haven't seen Conan's show yet and will over the next few days, this review might contain spoilers. Read at your own risk.) What could fans expect from Conan O'Brien's "Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television" tour? For legal reasons, not jabs at his former employer ... More >>
Jeff Hamilton, emcee and Wash U literature professorTender was the night on Saturday, when patrons of The Royale were treated to a Valentine's Day tongue bath of love poetry karaoke as part of the Observable Readings series. With the bartenders softly placing empties into the trashcan like eggs into ... More >>
B-Sides sends our parents to see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, finds songs to make stray partygoers leave and geeks out with the technological geniuses in Hyperbubble
For this maestro, the weddings go on forever and the receptions never change
Bring in da funk, bring in da bucks: backstage with Dr. Zhivegas, St. Louis' most popular -- and derided -- cover band
Don we now our gay apparel
Wednesday, May 31; Side Door
Beatle Bob has been on a one-man dance marathon, bop-bop-bopping all over town. But why?
Written and directed by Tom Tykwer