About this time five years ago, I was driving around with the radio tuned to a classic rock station when whatever super-computer Clear Channel uses to program its stations decided it was time for "Heart of Gold." "That was Neil Young," the DJ bantered afterwards. "Congrats to him for winning his fir ... More >>
In last week's paper, Jeff Giles profiled Red Pill Entertainment, a St. Louis-based label that's not hesitating to evolve along with the music industry. Business partners Jacob Detering and Laura Markow are working with local musicians Javier Mendoza, R. Scott Bryan and Caleb Travers, and New Ham ... More >>
9 p.m. Thursday, March 4. Old Rock House, 1200 South Seventh Street.
Lots of things happened over the three-day weekend. On this blog, too. Perhaps you missed some of them -- so here's a handy-dandy list of highlights if that was the case! *Deluxe Fine Food & Spirits is closing after the Sarah Borges & the Broken Singles show this weekend. *The number of benefit sh ... More >>
Fox Theatre *Yo Gabba Gabba, Sunday, March 21 Off Broadway *Mondo Drag, Tuesday, February 9 *Henhouse Prowlers/The Hillbenders, Sunday, February 14 *Left Lane Cruiser/The Monads, Thursday, March 24 *Adrian Legg, Thursday, April 1 *Greensky Bluegrass, Friday, April 2 *Dana Falconberry/Abi Robbins, ... More >>
You'll have the opportunity to ponder this in front of Paula Cole herself at the Old Rock House on Thursday, March 4 -- that is, if you're over 21 and you pay $25 admission. In all seriousness, the Dawson's Creek-theme-stress (that's "I Don't Want to Wait") is currently recording a new album, Ithac ... More >>
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