The Ten Best Shows in St. Louis This Weekend: November 15 to 17

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Saturday (November 16):

Lady w/ Lamar Harris vs. DJ Nune @ 2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center 7:30 p.m. | $10-$15 Lady first caught our attention while opening for Lee Fields and the Expressions back in March. The duo of soul singers returns to headline its own show. (MS)

Morton Subotnick @ Kranzberg Arts Center 8 p.m. | $15-$25 When it comes to minimalist electronic music, Morton Subotnick was one of the first. His work, Silver Apples of the Moon, was recently entered into the National Registry of Recorded works at the Library of Congress, an honor held only by 300 recordings throughout history. He tours in celebration of his 80th birthday. Refer to his official website for samples of his work. (MS)

Pirate Signal CD Release w/ Tok, Roundheels, Saluda @ The Demo 8:30 p.m. | $5 Swing by and pick up Pirate Signal's latest, of course, but make sure you check out the excellent opening bands as well. Tok never disappoints. (DH)

Also on Saturday night, catch Joe Pug at the Firebird and Googolplexia with B&E at the Way Out Club.

Sunday (November 17):

Less Than Jake w/ Anti-Flag, Masked Intruder, Get Dead @ The Firebird 7 p.m. | $25 Masked Intruder returns with two old fogey punk favorites from your middle school years. Worth it for MI alone, plus you get to see if the old punks still got it! (DH)

St. Louis Symphony: SymphonySLAM @ Powell Symphony Hall 3 p.m. | $8-$19 If you haven't been to Powell Hall in awhile, now's your chance to check it out for as little as $12 for an adult ticket. STL Symphony music director pairs music from Britten and Bartok with some pieces from Saint Louis Art Museum's private collection. (MS)

Tennis w/ On An On, Nathaniel Rateliff @ Off Broadway 8 p.m. | $13-$18 Denver's Tennis returns to St. Louis, by way of a sailboat, I am assuming. (DH)

Samothrace also stops into town on Sunday night. Click on the link to read more about them in our Out Every Night post from earlier this week.

Note: Though we wish we could, we can't feature every great show happening in town in just one measly post. Peruse the St. Louis concert calendar for more ideas any time. Let everyone know what else you're looking forward to seeing this weekend in the comments below, and send show tips to [email protected] to be considered for inclusion on these lists.


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