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Friday, November 2, 2007

St. Louis Weekend Round-Up, November 2-4

Posted By on Fri, Nov 2, 2007 at 3:16 PM

You know the drill.

Friday, November 2 *The 75s/That's My Daughter/Sex Robots, 2 Cents Plain *Black Diamond Heavies/Bob Reuter/Celia, more, Lucas School House *Old Crow Medicine Show, Pageant *Pulling Teeth/Frightener/Kids on Fire/Slingshot Dakota, aPop Records

Saturday, November 3 *Shame Club (CD release; see blog!)/Victoria/Laite, Bluebird *Meat Puppets/Ha Ha Tonka, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room *Gov't Mule/Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Pageant *Tigercity/Mobius Band, 2 Cents Plain *The Dirty 30's/Fattback/Jesse Irwin, Off Broadway *Eastern Blok/Bearded Babies, Pop's Blue Moon *Brian Sullivan Quartet, Mangia

Sunday, November 4 *Carbon Leaf, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room *Backstoppers Benefit, with Anita Rosamond/Ralph Butler/Jeanne Trevor, more, Pageant Dane Cook, Scottrade Center *Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Sheldon *The New Flesh, aPop Records *Job For a Cowboy/Behemoth/Gojira/Beyond the Massacre, Pop's

Bonus Monday, November 5 shows *The Evens, White Flag *Quief Quota/Bunnygrunt, CBGB *Southeast Engine/Theodore, Bluebird

-- Annie Zaleski

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