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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

St. Louis Concert Announcements: Week Of August 25

Posted By on Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 4:35 PM

The Pageant

*The Used, Sunday, October 18

*Son Volt, Friday, November 6

*Skillet, Tuesday, November 17

  • J. Wagner & S. Waugh

Scottrade Center

*Maxwell/Common/Chrisette Michele, Friday, October 9

Sheldon Concert Hall

*Bettye Lavette, Friday, September 25

BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups

*Janiva Magness Band, Sunday, October 4

*Rick Estrin and Nightcats, Wednesday, October 7

*Biscuit Miller and the Mix, Thursday, October 8

*Too Slim and the Taildraggers, Sunday, October 11

*The Scissormen, Tuesday, October 20

*Paul Rischell and Annie Raines, Thursday, October 22

*Cedric Burnside and Malcom, Tuesday, October 27

*Bryan Lee, Wednesday, October 28

Harrah's Casino

*Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater, Thursday, September 24

*The BoDeans, Thursday, October 8

*The Paula Nelson Band, Thursday, October 22

*Richie Havens, Thursday, November 19

*Gary Hoey, Thursday, December 3

*Straight No Chaser, Tuesday, December 15

Off Broadway

*The Infamous Stringdusters, Thursday, September 17

*Filligar, Wednesday, October 7

*Kopecky Family Band/That's My Daughter/Pico vs. Island Trees, Wednesday, October 14

*Muskianto, Thursday, October 15

*Pokey LaFarge CD Release, Sunday, October 18

*The Wooden Sky, Monday, October 19

*Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players, Sunday, November 1

*Erin McKeown/Jill Sobule, Monday, November 30

*Camera Obscura, Tuesday, December 1

Blueberry Hill

*Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, Thursday, October 15

*Derek Webb/Sandra McCracken, Tuesday, October 27

*Cornmeal/The Bridge, Friday, October 30

Ameristar Casino

*Alan Parsons Live Project, Thursday, September 10

*Bel Biv Devoe, Thursday, September 24


*All that Remains/Lacuna Coil/Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, Monday, October 5

*Stryper, Thursday, October 8

*Street Dogs/Opposites Attack, Friday, October 9

*Saving Abel, Tuesday, November 3

*Tech N9ne, Friday, November 6

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