The 10 Best Concerts in St. Louis This Weekend: October 10 to 12

The 10 Best Concerts in St. Louis This Weekend: October 10 to 12
Willie Nelson will NOT perform tonight at Lindenwood's J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts.

UPDATE: Willie Nelson's show has been canceled due to "artist illness." Organizers of the show are planning a make-up date.

This weekend sees new local releases from Jack Grelle, Hurt Feelings, and Banks and Cathedrals. For some other exciting events, check out the last show at Apop Records, see the Fifteen Keys: the Guitars of St. Louis exhibit, or choose from a long list of concerts happening across town including Merchandise, Vice and a free show featuring Dead Prez and Talib Kweli. Read on for our recommendations.

Friday (October 10):

Lou Gramm @ River City Casino 8 p.m. | $35-$50 Dude it's the singer of Foreigner! This photo says more than any words I would write ever could. (DH)

Willie Nelson & Family @ Lindenwood's J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts 8 p.m. | $69.50-$99.50 THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO "ARTIST ILLNESS."

Also on Friday, Jack Grelle releases a new record at Off Broadway, Phonocaptors plays its last show while Hurt Feelings releases a new album at Plush, and CaveofswordS performs at Schlafly Tap Room. Just click the links to read more about the artists.

Saturday (October 11):

Bad Boy Bill w/ JCruz, DJ Hurley, DJ Dev @ Europe Nightclub 9 p.m. | $10-$15 Sometimes Chicago DJ Bad Boy Bill plays on six turntables at a time. That's, uh, really fucking hard. Makes sense that he's won so many awards, then, huh? (DH)

Banks and Cathedrals CD Release w/ Wildeyed, Other People @ The Demo 8 p.m | $8 Check out "Jazz Funeral" from the upcoming Crescent City Lights EP. It'll be available with five more rockin' songs on CD at this show for only five bucks. (MS)

Brotha Lynch Hung w/ Wally Kuhlenberg, Kommon Groundz, Major Money Mafia, Baytron, John Boi, Frodo the Ghost, Kodakk the Boss, Brian G, Sawblade @ The Mad Magician 8 p.m. | $20-$25 A Strange Music joint, so you know what to expect. Give the people some friendly "woop woop"s while you're there. (DH)

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