St. Louis Weekend Concert Calendar, May 15 to 17

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Friday, May 15 *Paper Dolls/Heather Perry, Off Broadway *Cracker, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room (also appearing at Vintage Vinyl at 5 p.m., free beer & BBQ!) *Left Arm, Vintage Vinyl, 8 p.m. *The Linemen, Atomic Cowboy *Messy Jiverson (CD release as Blown Speakers), Old Rock House *The Syn (members of Yes), Way Out Club *The Union Electric, Lemmons *The Feed, Broadway Oyster Bar *Copperview/Waterstreet/Allusive, Cicero's *Dova Grove/East Ash Street Band, Gramophone *MCF/AsDeathDeparts/Bear in the Sky, Fubar, EARLY *The Matter, Fubar, LATE *Dane Cook, Scottrade Center *Illphonics, The Chapel

Saturday, May 16 *Trip Daddys/Cripplers/Bob Reuter, Way Out Club *Vanilla Ice, Home Nightclub *A Sides/Glass Teeth/Rude Weirdos, CBGB *Helium Tapes/Blind Eyes/Magic City, Off Broadway *Forgive Durden/Anarbor/You, Me and Everyone We Know/Centerpointe, Firebird *David Fiuczynski's KiF (featuring Evan Marien and Jovol "Bam Bam" Bell)/Teddy Presberg Trio, Gramophone *Dogtown Allstars, Broadway Oyster Bar *Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele, Duck Room *Early Day Miners/Fractured Army/Metavari, Luminary Center for the Arts *Bunnygrunt/Sex Robots, The Wedge *ALIVE Magazine Emerging Artist Series, with Dogtown Allstars, Earthworms, Sunmotel, Jon Hardy & the Public, more, Washington Avenue between 19th and 20th, 3 p.m. *Salt Vision/Reigning Heir/Bullshed, Cicero's *Greek Fire (feat. members of Story of the Year), Fubar, EARLY *I Am the Ocean/Loom, Fubar, LATE *Whiskey Ring, Mangia

Sunday, May 17 *Nelly/St. Lunatics/Unladylike/Stevie Stone/Ludy, more, Pageant *Boogie Chyld/Honey Vox, more, Duck Room *Mae Wheeler's 75th Birthday Gala, Sheldon *Raise High the Roof Beam/Cold Bear Scout/Educated Guess/WHiskey Ring, Firebird *Waiting for Jimmy/Abi Robbins/Mountain Sprout/The 3s, Off Broadway *Fist of the North Star/No Revolution/Stinkbomb, The Wedge

Monday, May 18 *Green River Ordinance, Duck Room

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