Friday, November 25, 2011

The Ten Best Things to do in St. Louis This Weekend: November 25 to 27

Posted By on Fri, Nov 25, 2011 at 6:10 AM

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Saturday If you're looking for your blues fix, get thee to the Venice Cafe for Kari Liston and her band, the Bottoms Up Blues Gang. 9pm, $5.

Off Broadway and local musicians celebrate the work of singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson. Theodore, Ransom Note, Edward Burch, Tommy Halloran, The Dock Ellis Band and others perform, and there will be a reading of 1971's The Point! by members of Rats and people Motion Picture Orchestra, Tenement Ruth, and Grace Basement. 9 p.m., $10 to 13.

Combat holiday weight gain by dancing your ass off at the Gramophone with London Calling an d special guests it! The theme is stripes, so wear some, and show up before 11pm for $4 cover. It's $6 after 11 p.m., or $10 flat if you're eighteen to twenty.

Spent all your money on Black Friday? There's a show for that. The Union Electric and Campfire Club play for free at Schlafly Tap Room at 9 p.m.

Sunday Catch Bob Reuter and his band Alley Ghost at Off Broadway for this very special release show: Reuter is putting out a new book of his film photography called Light Fuse and Run. Doom Town are opening, and the show is free as can be. Starts at 3 p.m. Stick around til 8 p.m. for Pepperland, the Beatles tribute band.

Check out the 10th annual Baby Blues Showcase at BB's Jazz Blues and Soups on Sunday at 7pm. With Rum Drum Ramblers, Marquise Knox, Big Mike Aguirre, Miss Molly Simms and more.

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