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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Madonna, the Spits Lead This Week's Show Annoucements

Posted By on Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 6:43 AM

Grow up Madge.
  • Grow up Madge.

Madonna is taking time out of her taxing virgin-blood-drinking schedule long enough to fit in a lil' world tour. She'll bring all the hits and her terrifying biceps to the Scottrade Center on November 1. Teflon Don, The Boss Rick Ross is at the Ambassador on February 19. Rob Ruzicka is throwing himself another epic birthday party, this time at Atomic Cowboy with grit-punk headliners the Spits (!), who've never made it to St. Louis in its ten years as a band. This is basically its only Midwest date (sit down, Indiana, no one cares), so bring $12 and a big wet birthday kiss for Rob.

2720 Cherokee Dumptruck Butterlips, March 3 Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, March 10 Mighty Diamonds, March 17 Protohype, February 28 Speakeasy, March 8

The Ambassador Rick Ross, February 19

Atomic Cowboy The Spits, March 9

Beale on Broadway Bidg Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys, April 21 Chris Ruest, March 17

Blueberry Hill Chuck Berry, March 14 The Lumineers, April 28

Cicero's Ben Rabb, April 12 Dude City, March 18 The Company We Keep, March 19 The Social, February 21

Club Viva Cappodonna, March 5

Crack Fox Deadbeat Darling, March 22 Human Aftertaste, April 28 I:Scintilla, April 21 Letlive, March 22 Roughhausen, May 14 TronAteMyBaby, March 9 Unwoman, May 13 Your 33 Black Angels, March 8

The Firebird Active Child, May 17 Andrew Jackson Jihad, March 19 Drag the River, February 28 Guitar Wolf, April 5 Mustard Plug, April 11 Quintron and Miss Pussycat, May 18 The Smoking Popes, March 15

The Fox Theatre James Taylor, July 20

Fubar All Shall Perish, April 8 Dying Fetus, Goatwhore, March 13 Expire, April 13 Ivy League, April 3 Koffin Kats, March 30 Nachtmystium, March 11 Rotting Out, April 29 Society's Plague, Febraury 27 The Story So Far, March 4

The Gramophone Black Milk, March 11 Honey Island Swamp Band, March 9

The Heavy Anchor The David Mayfield Parade, March 1

Lola DeRobert and the Half-Truths, March 24 Van Hunt, March 20

Off Broadway Joe Pug, May 14 Jonny Corndawg, March 21 Kim Lenz, March 8 Slaid Cleaves, June 19

Old Rock House Beats Antique, April 4 The Elders, April 19 Green River Ordinance, April 6 The Parlotones, June 10

The Pageant The Shins, June 4

Peabody Opera House Daniel Tosh, April 21 Shatner's World, April 12

Plush Anna Vogelzang, February 26

Pop's Escape the Fate, Attack! Attack!, April 11 Hank III and Assjack, March 21 Protest the Hero, April 9 Rocky Loves Emily, March 1

Scottrade Center Madonna, November 1

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