Take away the string of No. 1 hits and the millions of dollars that followed, and Scott Weiland's story could have been authored by any number of lapsed Catholics who've struggled with addiction or complicated family and love relationships, to say nothing of those deadly sins. Mostly, though, the ... More >>
This Saturday, the Pageant celebrates its tenth birthday with a concert by Chuck Berry. $35 general admission tickets are still available; balcony seats are sold out. The show starts at 8 p.m. with a set from Shooting With Annie. In the venue's lengthy history (a PDF listing its shows is a whoppi ... 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 >>
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 >>
Picture the dirtiest dive bar you know. Stale cigarette smoke loiters in the air. Hockey or basketball plays on a TV over the bar, which has signs everywhere advertising cheap beer specials. The bartenders always look tired, their skin leathery, their fashion dated. Usually, the dive bar has karao ... More >>
I am crossing every finger and toe I have that I'll be somewhat well enough to attend this show tonight. I heart Eagles of Death Metal quite a bit. Cold War Kids, I'm excited to see live. Scott Weiland? I'm nervous about. Video evidence below. Our preview here.Eagles of Death Metal, "Cherry Cola" (o ... More >>
8 p.m. Wednesday, December 17. The Pageant, 6161 Delmar Boulevard.
It's been thirteen years since the GNR riot -- but have we healed?
Wednesday, October 2; UMB Bank Pavilion
Jazz pianist Brad Mehldau stretches his art by performing not only jazz standards but Brahms, Beethoven, Radiohead and Nick Drake