Bob Dylan | Dawes April 23, 2013 The Peabody Opera House For Bob Dylan's visit to St. Louis last night -- his first since October 2010 and the fourteenth stop on his current tour -- the Peabody Opera House (14th and Market streets; 314-241-1888 ) stage was backed by a full-height semicircular bla ... More >>
Selecting Riverfront Times' Best of St. Louis 2012 was no picnic. Choosing the winner meant several worthy candidates would go unmentioned -- until now. In this RFT Music series, we're working our way through notable runners up in a number of categories. This week: The best blues clubs in St. Louis. ... More >>
Roy KastenGlen Campbell The Bezemes Family Theater at the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts September 9, 2011 The sound sailed out across the theatre. It was the last note of the last song of the last encore for the last show in St. Louis (St. Charles to be exact). That was it for Glen Camp ... More >>
Wu-Tang mashups are nothing new - from The Beatles to Warren Zevon, the Shaolin collective has been and remains one of the ripest sources for remixing and reconextualizing. However, when word dropped last week of Doomtree's "Wugazi" project - a Fugazi/Wu-Tang mashup - the Internet went abuzz ... More >>
Josh CheuseThe Black Crowes is playing at the Pageant tomorrow night as part of its "Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys" tour. (Remember, don't bring a camera.) Drummer Steve Gorman chatted with the RFT this week; read on below for outtakes, including a touching recollection of working with Warren ... More >>
Jackson Browne's rare US tour with David Lindley -- the all-things-stringed maestro who, as much as anyone, defined the sound of Browne's astonishing run of records in the '70s -- found the sextaganarians at the Fox Theatre on one of the haziest and sweatiest of nights during this St. Louis S ... More >>
Friday, October 23 *MUTEMATH/As Tall As Lions, The Pageant *Jon Hardy & the Public/Sleepy Kitty/Murder City Players, Firebird *Tribute to Warren Zevon, featuring Bob Reuter, Rough Shop, et al, Off Broadway *D. Rider/The Conformists, Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center *The Lovin' Spoonful, Argosy Casino/ ... More >>
9 p.m. Friday, October 23. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
Press release of the week winner. Everyone else can go home. It was announced today that Kid Rock has purchased the naming rights to the home of the Detroit Tigers for an undisclosed sum. Kid Rock and The Michigan Brewing Company, in a separate negotiation, are proud to announce that Kid Rock's for ... More >>
The moans on Dylanís latest arenít exactly of the morbid death-rattle variety.
A name-calling, race-baiting word war between two anonymous columnists? Unreal demands to mediate! Plus: Russ Carnahan goes to camp, a local blogger talks politics, and we try on a Beer Bra.
Week of January 19, 2005
We rank musical deaths, embrace Failure and remember the Old School
A Post reporter is suspended for extracurricular Internet activities
Unreal goes (ugh!) holiday (groan!) shopping and surfs over to our Local Blog o' the Week; plus, we continue to fight the good fight for our beloved train-trailer
Our critics enter the summer-movie fray
My Life Without Me strums lively chords in the face of death
Warren Zevon's past is finally unearthed
A local singer/songwriter survives cancer and tours the UK with the Handsome Family
The left, turning right, was plain wrong to attack pop culture
Could '02' mean "Oh, too many records?"
My Ride's Here (Artemis)