St. Louis Concert Announcements: Week Of December 15


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Old Rock House

*Fiery Furnaces, Saturday, January 23

*Asobi Seksu, Thursday, February 4

*Janiva Magness, Sunday, February 14

*The Radiators, Thursday, February 18

*Todd Snider, Friday, February 26, Saturday, February 27

*Chris Duarte and Bluestone, Friday, March 12

*David Bazan/Headlights, Sunday, March 14

*Backyard Tire Fire, Friday, April 2

Blueberry Hill

*Carbon Leaf, Friday, February 19


*Robert Earl Keen, Wednesday, February 10

*Celebration Day, Friday, February 26, Saturday, February 27

*Killswitch Engage, Monday, March 15

Fox Theatre

*Eddie Izzard, Saturday, January 9

Scottrade Center

*Martina McBride/Trace Adkins, Friday, March 26


*Regina Bell, Saturday, January 16

BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups

*Kansas City Blues Caravan, Thursday, January 14

*Brandon Scott Sellner, Sunday, January 17

*Josh Vowell and the Rumble, Tuesday, January 19

*Matt Hill Blues Band, Wednesday, January 20

*Michael Burks Blues Band, Friday, January 22

*Little Dave Thompson Blues Band, Wednesday, January 27

*Delta Highway Band, Sunday, January 31

*Murali Coryell, Sunday, February 7

*Biscuit Miller and the Mix, Thursday, February 11


*Cedric Burnside and Lightnin' Malcolm, Thursday, January 28

Kranzberg Arts Center

*Tyne Daly and John McDaniel, Wednesday, February 10 - Saturday, February 13

*Lennie Watts, Wednesday, March 3 - Saturday, March 6

*Eric Michael Gillett, Wednesday, April 7 - Saturday, April 10

*Karen Akers, Wednesday, April 28 - Saturday, May 1

Chaifetz Arena

*Rickey Smiley/Kem and Joe, Sunday, February 14


*Marc Rizzo Band, Monday, January 18

Ameristar Casino

*Aaron Lewis, Tuesday, January 19

*Foreigner, Thursday, January 21

*Vince Neil, Thursday, February 11

*The Marshall Tucker Band, Thursday, February 18

*Los Lonely Boys, Thursday, March 4

*Jo Dee Messina, Thursday, March 11

*The Guess Who, Thursday, April 15


*The Audition/The Dangerous Summer, Friday, February 19

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