Here again: every newly announced show for the week! On page one you'll find a quick list of shows that particularly caught our attention, followed by embedded YouTube videos; there, you can check out some of the artists you may not be familiar with. Page two contains our complete listing of new sho ... More >>
G Tom MacBesides the shows listed on the music page -- including the Skarekrau Radio DVD screening/puppet show extravaganza at Apop Records and tonight's Space Parlour shindig at the Firebird -- here are some other music-centric options for this lovely fall weekend. Have you found your sweate ... More >>
George Clinton brings the funk on Saturday.So, chances are you're going to LouFest this weekend. (Have you read our coverage yet? Go! Do it!) But if you aren't, there's plenty to do this weekend. Read on: 1. St. Louis Bluesweek Festival; steps of the Peabody Opera House The inaugural St. Lou ... More >>
On June 5, the RFT Music Showcase is happening on Washington Avenue. All day, all night. Have you voted yet for your favorite bands? If not, I suggest you do that right here! Perhaps the schedule for the music showcase will spur on your clicking fingers. Read on below for the bands, venues an ... More >>
In this week's paper, Christian Schaeffer reviews Thom Donovan's new album, Cast a Light. He has this to say: As the leader of LaPush, Thom Donovan made smart, catchy modern rock that refracted his love of Britpop through the lens of singer-songwriter-esque moody revelations. That combination ensur ... More >>
Cast a Light
What happens when Valentine's Day and Mardi Gras collide? Guess we'll find out this weekend. Friday, February 12 *Langhorne Slim/April Smith & the Great Picture Show, Off Broadway *Rick Springfield, Ameristar Casino (St. Charles) *Branford Marsalis, Touhill *The Hood Internet, The Gramophone *Viole ... More >>
Although the initial rush of local Haiti benefit shows has waned, venues around town haven't forgotten that the beleaguered country still needs serious help. Thom Donovan, The Domani International, The Upright Animals and Whisperwall will be performing tomorrow night at the Pageant. The $10 cover wi ... More >>
Cicero's seemed like the place to be last night: Grey Market, Say Panther, the Antlers, Thom Donovan, the Starters DJ's and the Hood Internet performed for an excited crowd. (Superfun Yeah Yeah Rocketship performed nearby -- no room can contain him.) Take a look at Egan O'Keefe's slideshow of photos ... More >>
Singer-songwriter Sheila Shahpari (say that five times fast) wrote in to tell us about a charity event she's helping organize: The St. Louis Showcase, which takes place next Friday, August 21, at Mad Art Gallery. The event will benefit LifeFeed, Jazz St. Louis, and Play It Forward -- and to help add ... More >>
Modern Blues (self-released)
9 p.m. Tuesday, January 16. Cicero's (6691 Delmar Boulevard, University City).
The complete low-down on this year's nominated acts
7 p.m. Sunday, June 18. Creepy Crawl (412 North Tucker Boulevard)
A venerable rock club plans to close — albeit temporarily. Plus, part two of our 2006 round-up and things to do around town this weekend.