The Pageant *The New Pornographers/The Dodos June 28 *Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros/Dawes, June 14 *Kevin Hart, April 3
Old Rock House *Gregory Alan Isakov, March 27 *Honor Society, April 8 *The Subdudes, June 26 *Marcia Ball, June 20 *The Nadas, May 6 *Tommy Castro Band, April 17
The Firebird *The Rocketz, April 20 *Crime in Stereo, April 27 *Jumbling T0wers, May 1 *Rev. Peyton's Big Damn Band, June 3
Blueberry Hill's Duck Room *Joshua James, May 1
Kranzberg Arts Center *Monya, April 18
Scottrade Center *Maxwell and Jill Scott, May 29
2720 Cherokee *Woodhands, March 30 *Silent Sound Clash, April 16 *Tim Reynolds and TR3, April 17
Powell Symphony Hall *The Phenomonal Gil Shaham *Liza Minnelli, June 5
The Gargoyle *The Whigs, April 22
Verizon Wireless Amphitheater *Lynyrd Skynyrd with Bret Michaels and .38 Special, June 26
Chaifetz Arena *Babyface and Maze
Schlafly Tap Room *Cheer-Accident, April 16 *Thollem McDonas with Tsigoti, May 13
Floating Laboratories *Lazer Zeppelin, April 3
Webster University *Flobots, April 16 (Tickets go on sale March 30)
Off Broadway *Blitzen Trapper, June 21 *Black Joe Lewis and the Honey Bears, June 27 *T Model Ford, July 21
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