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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

EMA, Mayer Hawthorne Lead This Week's Show Announcements

Posted By on Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 12:43 PM


Erika M. Anderson brings her haunted bedtime stories and knife-twisting tableaus as EMA to the Luminary on March 20, and Deerhunter guitarist Lockett Pundt will do a turn with his solo project, Lotus Plaza, on April 30. Stone-drunk strummers Mountain Sprout head to the Old Rock House on April 1, and Mayer Hawthorne and the County hit the Firebird on May 22. Krayzie Bone and Wish Bone of Bone Thugs N Harmony will be at Heartbreakers on the Landing March 10.

2720 Cherokee Chali 2na, March 7 JIMKATA, February 29 y/y, March 12

Broadway Oyster Bar Dash Rip Rock, March 23 Sam Lee Band, February 29

Ethical Society of St. Louis Abdoul Doumbia, February 24

The Firebird Baroness, April 26 La Dispute, April 16 Mayer Hawthorne and the County, May 22

Fubar Burn Halo, March 2 Casino Madrid, March 10 Crowbar, April 16 DevilDriver, April 12 State and Madison, March 4

The Gramophone Masta Ace, February 27 Rubblebucket, March 20 Sonia Leigh, March 7

Heartbreaker's Rock-n-Roll Saloon Bone Thugs N Harmony, March 10

The Heavy Anchor Boom Chick, March 24

Luminary Center for the Arts EMA, March 20 Lotus Plaza, April 30

Off Broadway Sleepy Sun, April 21

Old Rock House The Cave Singers, April 18 Eufoquestra, April 14 The Growlers, March 24 Katie Herzig, May 18 Mountain Sprout, April 1 Ott, March 19 Ray Wylie Hubbard, April 28 Trampled Under Foot, March 23

The Pageant Adam Carolla, April 20 Bonnie Raitt, May 18 Tyga, March 16

Peabody Opera House Kathleen Madigan, October 13

Pop's Tech N9ne, July 5

Pop's Blue Moon Todd Day Wait's Pigpen, February 24

Tavern of Fine Arts Asako Kuboki, March 20

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