November 27, 2010

Usher at the Scottrade Center

The St. Louis stop on Usher's OMG Tour began with the magician's best trick: misdirection. While a troupe of hip-hop Cylons danced amid a vaguely dystopian stage set, Usher himself was levitated on a floating riser near the rear of the floor, coasting above the crowd as he sang this year's Raymond v. Raymond opening cut, "Monstar." Continue reading Christian Schaeffer's review of Usher at the Scottrade Center. Photos by Todd Owyoung.
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Usher at the Scottrade Center.
Usher at the Scottrade Center.
Usher descends into the Scottrade Center.
Usher descends into the Scottrade Center.
Usher descends into the Scottrade Center.
Usher descends into the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.
Usher performing at the Scottrade Center.