St. Louis Weekend Concert Calendar: Friday, January 22 to Sunday, January 24

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Please look here and here for Haiti benefits happening around town this weekend.

Friday, January 22 *Corey Smith, The Pageant *Jeff Coffin & the Mu'tet, 2720 Cherokee *Sarah Borges and the Broken Singles, Deluxe (last show at the venue) *Soul Kiss (reunion), Duck Room *Mario Pascal, Lamar Harris and friends, the Gramophone (Haiti benefit) *JamFest at the Billiken Club (Haiti benefit) *Exercise/The Livers/Dear Vincent, The Gargoyle (Haiti benefit) *LucaBrasi/Shooting With Annie, Firebird *Beth Bombara and Zach Vinson, Foam *Autovein, VooDoo Lounge at Harrah's Casino *Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Argosy Casino in Alton *Option/Control/Halo Stereo/Cheers, Bobby!, Cicero's *The Box Cutters, Fred's 6 Foot Under *Winter Jam at the Family Arena, featuring Fireflight, Newsboys, NewSong, Sidewalk Prophets, Tenth Avenue North, Third Day, Tony Nolan, Family Arena *Queenormous, The Billy Dechand Band, Off Broadway *Valencia Sunamii, Vintage Vinyl

Saturday, January 23 *Owl City/Lights/Deas Veil, Pageant (SOLD OUT!) *Fiery Furnaces/Drug Rug, Old Rock House **Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Argosy Casino in Alton *Chicago Afrobeat Project, Ashaka, Ram Jam Reggae, Off Broadway *Morgantown, Cicero's *The Reeling Gilly, New Locomotive and Noah Earle, The Gramophone *Local Rock showcase (5:15 p.m.), Firebird *Thunderkid/Robb Steele/Person X, Firebird *Grey Larson and Cindy Kallet, The Focal Point *Brown Bottle Fever, Fred's Six Foot Under *The Union Electric/Beth Bombara, Mangia *The Union Electric, Apop Records (5 p.m.) *Zion Lion Roots Band, Fubar

Sunday, January 24 *Yo La Tengo/Times New Viking, The Pageant *All the Day Holiday/Empires, Firebird *Fireworks/Transit Studio/Eagle Scout/Wild America/A King's Queen's Jack, Fubar *Troubadour Dali/Sumus Vulgus/Death of Yetti, Off Broadway *Ruby Dog/The Paperclips/King N His Naughty Bunnies, Cicero's

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