St. Louis Weekend Roundup, November 21-25

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BIGGEST BAR NIGHT OF THE YEAR, Y'ALL!

A to Z is mercifully on holiday until Monday, but please check back then, when I'll have some super-amazing content to go along with my Brit Box feature. Trust me on this one.

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Wednesday, November 21

*Fishbone/Humanoids, City Museum *Treaty of Paris, 2 Cents Plain *Fight! Fight!/Tomahawk Apostle/Makeshift Gentleman/Ava, Wait, Bluebird *Stag Night, Off Broadway *Gravity Kills/King Thief, Old Rock House

Thursday, November 22

*Bunnygrunt/Midwest Avengers/7 Shot Screamers/Quief Quota, 2 Cents Plain *Fragile Porcelain Mice, The Playhouse at Westport Plaza

Friday, November 23 *Luca Brasi (CD release)/The Feed/Ready the Cannons, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room *The Academy Is.../Armor for Sleep/Rocket Summer/Sherwood, Pop's *Head on Collision/Kids on Fire, aPop Records *Jake's Leg, The Pageant *Jeremy Davenport, Jazz at the Bistro (also there Saturday and Sunday) *Movie Star Kiss, Cicero's *Soulard Blues Band, Sheldon Concert Hall

Saturday, November 24 *Delta Spirit/The Bureau/Say Panther, Bluebird *Suzanne Vega/Teddy Thompson, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room *Andrew Essig (CD release)/Leslie Sanazaro, Lucas School House *Vertigo USA, Pop's *Bottle Rockets/Bottoms Up Blues Gang, Off Broadway *Donald Glaude, Dante's *Ring, Cicada/Shame Club, Hurricane's (Collinsville) *Spookie Daly Pride, Cicero's *Bad Folk, Schlafly Tap Room

Sunday, September 25

*Whodini, The Loft (on Olive) *Against Me!/Sage Francis/World Inferno Friendship Society/Cobra Skulls, Pop's *The Locust/Yip Yip, Creepy Crawl *Fishboy/Bunnygrunt, 2 Cents Plain *Mt. Eerie (CANCELLED), Lemp *Noah Earle/Rich Simmons, Music Folk

-- Annie Zaleski

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