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Friday, November 30, 2007

St. Louis Weekend Round-Up, November 30 - December 2

Posted By on Fri, Nov 30, 2007 at 1:33 AM

You have no excuse if you're bored this weekend.

Friday, November 30

*Riddle of Steel (CD release), Bluebird *John Fogerty, Scottrade Center *Big D and the Kids Table/Whole Wheat Bread, 2 Cents Plain *Boo Boo Davis/Leroy Pierson, BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups *Brave Combo, Off Broadway *MOTO, Atomic Cowboy *Semi-Precious Weapons, Cicero's *Ken Kase Group/My 2 Planets, Duck Room

Saturday, December 1

*The Drams/Grand Champeen/Glossary, Billiken Club *Victoria (CD release)/Berlin Whale/Jumbling Towers/Hibernauts, Bluebird *Michelle Shocked, Blueberry Hill *Ashborne's Third Annual Charity Show to Benefit angelarms.org, with Stella Mora/The Orbz/Enamel/Chad Braun, Off Broadway *Shame Club/Cheap Heat/Lung Dust, 2 Cents Plain *Pat Sajak Assassins, Mangia *ACLU benefit w/Harry Belafonte, The Pageant *Heroes of the Kingdom, Blue Agave (Belleville)

Sunday, December 2

Rest up for Monday's insanity...

Monday, December 3

*Electric Six/Willowz, Creepy Crawl *The Knitters/Dead Rock West, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room

-- Annie Zaleski

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