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Monday, December 20, 2010

The Riverfront Times' Best 31 Concerts of 2010: #31-21

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25. King Khan and The Shrines, 2720 Cherokee, October 3, 2010

KEEGAN HAMILTON
  • Keegan Hamilton

"Wearing a shiny red, paisley-patterned smoking jacket that looked like it came straight from Hugh Hefner's closet, Khan wailed and moaned and yelped as if the only exorcism capable of returning him to his mortal form was rock and roll." -- Keegan Hamilton Review

24. Monotonix, The Gargoyle, December 3, 2010

JASON STOFF
  • Jason Stoff

"(Lead singer Shalev) saw me writing furiously in my notebook and snatched it out of my hand, and probably glimpsed the very word "Moses" before I had occasion to grab it back, afraid he'd lob it into the sweaty mass of bodies if he didn't like the biblical comparison." -- Diana Benanti Review Slideshow

23. Roger Waters, Scottrade Center, October 29, 2010

TODD OWYOUNG
  • Todd Owyoung

"Even if you're not a Pink Floyd fan, the tour is a technical marvel worth experiencing, a show full of well-choreographed special effects and arena spectacle." -- Annie Zaleski Review Slideshow

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