Written by Kelly Glueck Friday, 29 July 2011 15:16
The Black Lips are still the obscene rockers that publicly urinate on stage and write about drugs and trash.
Written by Eva Connors Wednesday, 27 July 2011 21:09
The members of Reel Big Fish are professionals, and they still did their best to keep the crowd from seeing their boredom.
Written by Jennifer Manjarez Tuesday, 26 July 2011 18:07
The mix of nostalgia with the much more mature and sometimes naughty nature of both bands leaves you feeling like you just experienced the world’s largest bachelorette party.
Written by Jenn Metzler Monday, 25 July 2011 16:40
Pecknold's aggravated immune system was the only thing suffering, as they continued song after song to dazzle every listener new and old.
Written by Bruce Matlock Wednesday, 20 July 2011 15:14
The front man proclaimed that despite a bigger stage than the bands first St. Louis performance 30 years prior, the band still had much in common with their younger selves.
Written by Bruce Matlock Friday, 08 July 2011 14:11
The band seemed thrilled to be playing at what must feel like a bar to a group that recently played in front of nearly 20,000 at Bonnaroo, and 60,000 with U2.
Written by Kristyn Potter Thursday, 07 July 2011 13:33
One thing is for sure; Matt and Kim love St. Louis and St. Louis loves Matt and Kim.
Written by Jim Ousley Friday, 01 July 2011 12:27
All three bands successfully proved that their legacies were secure and their passions were alive, well after decades of drama and decadence.
Written by Teresa Montgomery Monday, 27 June 2011 15:21
There's no doubt that Robert Plant still has the ever-elusive "it" that makes him impossible not to watch.
Written by Joe Witthaus Wednesday, 22 June 2011 13:36
There is no doubt in my mind that Lerche could become one of the better songwriters in the world today.
Written by Jenn Metzler Thursday, 16 June 2011 15:08
Bright Eyes did a fantastic job at remaining authentic and appreciative through the show.
Written by Joe Witthaus Thursday, 09 June 2011 11:37
Corey Barhorst moved about the stage like a man on fire, often commanding most of my attention as I was certain he would leap from the stage and begin playing amidst the crowd.
Written by Nick Licata Tuesday, 31 May 2011 18:09
About 9:45, Primus took stage, walking out to the Pee Wee’s Big Adventure theme with original drummer Jay Lane, guitarist Larry LaLonde, and bassist/vocalist Les Claypool, sporting his pig mask, break right into ‘Seas of Cheese’ and ‘Here Come the Bastards’.
Written by Bruce Matlock Wednesday, 11 May 2011 13:35
McIlrath put the focus once again on the bands true message of peace and the absolute gruesomeness of war, putting as much love towards the white flag as the American.
Written by Jason Green Tuesday, 10 May 2011 21:35
“We’re still getting used to this arena rock thing,” Butler announced modestly. “But shit, every room’s a room, right?”
Written by Eva Connors Monday, 09 May 2011 18:17
Nearly every song was a crowd-pleaser; even seated concertgoers couldn't help being swept away, swaying to the music.
Written by Eva Connors Monday, 09 May 2011 12:21
Ness kept the crowd engaged by walking from one edge of the stage to the other, telling stories, and making fun of Creed.
Written by Teresa Montgomery Sunday, 01 May 2011 16:16
Would all of the older music have died an untimely death, with only a few songs pulled out to appease long-term fans?
Written by Teresa Montgomery Sunday, 01 May 2011 16:04
Meloy instructed the audience to scream like a whale was chewing them alive at certain moments.
Written by Eva Connors Thursday, 28 April 2011 08:26
They effortlessly executed meticulous solos and breezed through the 23-song set.
Written by Eva Connors Thursday, 28 April 2011 08:04
When Antonee First Class starting singing “I remember the nineteen-eight-oh,” the audience did their best to jump with their hands in the air.
Written by Bruce Matlock Wednesday, 27 April 2011 18:13
Deftones were very much a fully loaded freight train, and no one could have possibly gotten in the way of that.
Written by Bruce Matlock Wednesday, 27 April 2011 15:06
Avenged Sevenfold, Three Days Grace, and Sevendust would attempt to do what Tool, and Breaking Benjamin could not do in the past, sell it out.
Written by Jenn Mettzler Wednesday, 27 April 2011 12:26
Lightning struck when the title track, “Total Life Forever”, started with it’s spiky, staccato beats, driving bass and jangly meld of guitar and keyboard.
Written by Teresa Montgomery Tuesday, 19 April 2011 19:56
I feared for a moment that the band wasn't going to appeal to someone who wasn't an exceptionally hardcore fan.
Written by Justin Curia Saturday, 09 April 2011 16:25
The show was an accurate representation of how The Raveonettes should transpire live—loud, dynamic, and unbridled; but also organized and confident, similar to what we hear on record.
Written by Bruce Matlock Thursday, 07 April 2011 00:00
Many left perturbed, which is so odd; how can you be upset about the band not playing hits when the billing is so clearly defined?
Written by Kelly Glueck Wednesday, 30 March 2011 21:24
The sold out show was not about flashy entertainment. Instead, it was about Bejar and his signature folky vocals atop a unique blend of carefully orchestrated, easy-listening jams.
Written by John Shepherd Tuesday, 29 March 2011 19:15
The night lived up to expectations: green all over, soaked, and rowdy, with some surprises and special moments.
Written by Kelly Glueck Wednesday, 23 March 2011 21:51
When the band had a difficult time getting started on “BOTE,” Harris joked that the crowd could boo, but only if they did it on tempo.
Written by Kelly Glueck Monday, 21 March 2011 11:00
Although each band member had a signature style of playing and interacting on stage, cellist Alexandra Lawn and lead singer Wes Miles stole the show.
Written by Eva Connors Monday, 14 March 2011 13:47
From there they tore through the rest of their set, drinking Guinness and flicking picks across the room. King was beaming.
Written by Jennifer Manjarez Saturday, 05 March 2011 11:41
Don't be discouraged by the thought of hard raving techno music or a loud persistent beat. None of that applies here.
Written by Teresa Montgomery Friday, 04 March 2011 15:32
The only downside of Ben Kweller’s fantastic performance is that it made Pete Yorn’s set seem less powerful in comparison.
Written by Teresa Montgomery Wednesday, 02 March 2011 14:26
People who had been bobbing their heads to Eisley were now jumping up and down madly—and the music hadn't even started yet.
Written by Jeff Myers Wednesday, 02 March 2011 14:19
Performing solo with her assortment of acoustic instruments, Rodriguez was room-filling presence.
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