St. Louis Show Announcements: Week of March 30

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The Black Keys
  • The Black Keys

The Pageant *Gregg Allman, May 26 *The Black Keys, June 10

Off Broadway *Oakhurst, April 11 *Dave Gonzalez and The Stone River Boys, April 15 *Rosie Flores Band/Jon Langford, April 18 *James Brown Tribute, April 30 *Dave Olney and Steve Dawson, May 1 *The Hillbenders, May 8 *Batusi (featuring Cheetah Chrome (Dead Boys) and Sylvain Sylvain (New York Dolls)), July 16

The Firebird *Electric Six, April 28 *The Forecast, May 11 *Hanzel und Gretyl, June 5

2720 Cherokee *Headtronics, April 21 *Afro-Zep, April 22

Cicero's *Breathe Electric, April 10 *SvenSson, April 13 *Cadillac Sky, April 19

The Library *Tantric, April 2

Webster University *Flobots, April 16

Touhill Performing Arts Center *Jay Sean/Jason DeRulo/Fitz and the Tantrums, April 21

Vintage Vinyl *Jailbox, April 16

The Hood Internet
  • The Hood Internet

The Gramophone *Cedric Burnside and Lightning Malcolm, April 23 *The Hood Internet, May 20

Billiken Club *Vieux Farka Toure, April 17

Focal Point *Tempest, April 24

Sheldon Concert Hall *Tionol, April 17

Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center *Yukon, April 10 *The Keys, Louis Aguilar, April 13 *Northless, April 8

Heartbreakers *Waterstreet, April 9 Home Nightclub *Andy Moor/D:Fuse, May 15

Beale on Broadway *Modern Sounds, April 16 *Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys, April 24

Ozzie Smith Sports Complex *Five for Fighting/ Toad the Wet Sprocket/Eve 6/Darryl Worley/Chuck Wicks, July 2-4

Cabin Inn the City *Dubb Nubb and Senryu, April 2

Fubar *For The Fallen Dreams, April 5 *Skarhead, April 22

Music Folk *The Matt Flinner Trio, April 30

Robbie's House of Jazz *Monka Herzig (two shows), May 22

BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups *Perry Weber and the DeVilles, April 11

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