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Friday, March 20, 2009

St. Louis Weekend Concert Calendar, March 20-22

Posted By on Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 8:30 AM

With all the buzz bands playing in Austin, Texas at South By Southwest, who's left to entertain us here in the Midwest? Post your show in the comments section!

Friday, March 20

* Kim Massie, The Gramophone

* PMtoday/Hereafterhis, Adelaid/Hey Nightmare, Cicero's

* The Dirty Blondes, Deluxe

* Big Bambou, Farmous Bar

* The Schwag (18th anniversary show), The Pageant

* Alex Ray & The Last Place (CD release), Cicero's

* Soulard Blues Band, Backstreet Jazz a Blues

* Flannel (a tribute to grunge of the '90s), Old Rock House

* Fer De Lance/Standpointe/Arythma/Mediorcre/Ghost in the Machine, Fubar

* Ununbiun (final show)/Prig/Amorath/Single Bullet Solution, Just Bills Place

* Illphonics, 6 p.m., Vintage Vinyl

Saturday, March 21

* Wildman (CD release show), Old Rock House

* Hollywood Undead/Senses Fail, The Pageant

* Rev. Deadeye/Riley James, Deluxe

* Zero Gravity, Farmous Bar

* Inimical Drive/Soul Descenders, Pop's

* Trench Foot/Pink Sock/Joe & Mabel/The Ultraviolents/Bikini Acid, Binge & Purge grand opening, 3 p.m. (2839 Cherokee Street, next to Apop Records)

*Dozemarypool, the Firebird

*Murder City Players, Off Broadway

*Condominium/Cardiac Arrest, the Nut House

*Susan Werner/John Gorka, Sheldon Concert Hall

Sunday, March 22

* AC Newman, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room

* Gringo Star/Birdleg, City Art Supply

* Silverstein/Norma Jean/Blessthefall/Before Their Eyes  Pop's

* Quick Fix/Cross Examination/Dude Nukem, The Wedge

* The Monads (first show back from European tour)/Left Lane Cruiser, Off Broadway

* Years Spent Cold/Pound for Pound/A Thousand Nations, Fubar

* Saint Louis City Jazz (saxophonist Tim Cunningham, featuring Jeremiah Allen and Anita Jackson), Schlafly Tap Room

* Walter Trout and the Radicals, BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups

* Broken West, 3 p.m., Vintage Vinyl


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