Concert Reviews

Ana Popovic | 09.23.07

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Written by Kevin Renick Monday, 01 October 2007 12:09

anap.jpgAna's guitar seemed to enter some mystical zone, and the audience sat at rapt attention during her clear, mood-enhancing solos.
 

Megadeth | 09.18.07

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Written by Derek Lauer Wednesday, 26 September 2007 14:58

mustaine.jpgFrom his beginnings as one of the founding members of Metallica, Mustaine has blown away crowds pressed to the stage with his characteristically contorted vocal lines while simultaneously nailing impossible rhythm parts.
   

Wilco | 09.19.07

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Written by Raymee Holshouser Wednesday, 26 September 2007 13:34

wilco0907a.jpg"We've got a long program for you tonight," said Jeff Tweedy as the band wrapped up the final bars of "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart" at the finale concert of the Ninth Street Summerfest

 

They Might Be Giants | 09.15.07

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Written by Pete Wissinger Sunday, 23 September 2007 13:56

tmbg-color1.jpgThe band remains as weird and witty as they were on Lincoln and Apollo 18.
   

Devendra Banhart | 09.13.07

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Written by Pete Timmermann Saturday, 22 September 2007 08:56

devendra.jpgImagine Slater from Dazed & Confused if he grew a beard and took off his shirt, and you've got Banhart
 

Rilo Kiley | 09.12.07

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Written by Kevin Renick Friday, 21 September 2007 04:42

rkheader.jpgFrom the opening notes of "It's a Hit," it was clear that Lewis was in superb voice. She caressed and modulated the words/tone of every song for maximum impact.

 

 

 

 

   

Harptallica | 09.10.07

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Written by Byron Kerman Monday, 17 September 2007 14:13

harptallica1Every time you hear one of those crushing Metallica power chords you love for its heaviness, newly enervated into a trill on harpstrings, you either want to laugh or sigh.
 

William Elliot Whitmore | 09.13.07

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Written by Glen Elkins Sunday, 16 September 2007 13:02

wew1Whitmore is just a man who has something to say, and has some songs to say it with.

   

Volcom Tour Featuring Riverboat Gamblers and Valiant Thorr | 09.05.07

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Written by Amy Burger Friday, 14 September 2007 04:51

rbg1By the time they finished their very brief set, the entire front row of fans was soaked with the band's sweat.
 

Alice In Chains | 09.01.07

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Written by Jason Green Monday, 10 September 2007 13:54

 

St. Louis was getting a special treat in the form of "The Acoustic Hour," one of only four cities selected to host an all-acoustic performance by the newly reconstituted band in the midst of a tour of full-on rock dates opening for Velvet Revolver.

Photos: Todd Owyoung

   

Ben Kweller | 08.29.07

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Written by Alex Hodschayan Friday, 07 September 2007 15:16

kwellerAlthough he was animated, it was not the Kweller of the past.
 

Zac Harmon | 08.23.07

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Written by Amy Burger Friday, 31 August 2007 01:19

zacharmon-by-jt-lotozowebA twenty-five year veteran of the recording industry and Grammy-winning producer, Harmon's command of his material was spot-on. He worked the audience with charisma and style.
   

Lez Zeppelin | 08.16.07

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Written by Jim Campbell Monday, 20 August 2007 14:52

lezsmall After one song I was hooked. I knew the crowd was not going to be bored by some weak, imitator, wanna-be band - these girls were on a mission to pay homage to a rock and roll legend.

 

Peter Bjorn and John | 08.07.07

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Written by Joseph O'Fallon Monday, 13 August 2007 01:08

pbj01Although the set was short, everything was quality.

   

Centro-matic | 07.20.07

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Written by Morgan Davis Friday, 10 August 2007 03:42

live_centro"Calling Thermatico" flows from the same vein as many of Centro-matic's songs. Enigmatic and defying all explanation, the song describes a person, a situation, a mood—a general context.

 

 

 

 

 

The Polyphonic Spree | 08.04.07

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Written by Gabe Bullard Tuesday, 07 August 2007 13:05

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Keeping in line with the band's latest album, the songs were positive, but politically charged with an overall message of, "Everything sucks, but our happiness will change the world."

   

Alison Krauss & Union Station | 07.25.07

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Written by Joe Shambro Friday, 03 August 2007 09:07

alison_krauseThe poor acoustics of the Scottrade Center gave a great natural reverb to Krauss' stellar voice, and the two-hour set showcased the talents of her spectacular band.

 

Pete Yorn | 07.21.07

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Written by Morgan Davis Saturday, 28 July 2007 11:22

live_yornAs Yorn began "Strange Condition," my friend leaned over to me and gushed, "Isn't he pretty?" And yes, I admitted, he was.

 

 

 

 

   

Momentary Girls | 07.21.07

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Written by Gabriel Bullard Saturday, 28 July 2007 01:55

They played "Down By The River." For over seven minutes. With extended one-note guitar solos.
 

Smashing Pumpkins | 7.24.07

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Thursday, 26 July 2007 06:25

pumpkinsJimmy Chamberlin stole the show towards the end with an amazing drum solo, and we got a peek into the personality of the new bassist, Ginger Reyes, when they skipped a song without telling her!
   

The Decemberists w/ the Grant Park Orchestra | 7.18.07

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Written by Pete Wissinger Friday, 20 July 2007 04:50

chicago_fantastical_adventure_061The Decemberists front man Colin Meloy was smiling ear to ear for the whole show, never showing any sign of nervousness at the massive nature of the event.
 

Old 97s | 07.10.07

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Written by Andrew Scavotto Saturday, 14 July 2007 08:31

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 Throughout the night, Miller's (at times overly) flamboyant personality mixed well with guitarist Ken Bethea's laid back, cool-guy stage presence, Hammond's vocal harmonies and drummer Phillip Peeples' signature country shuffles.   

   

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