Show Announcements: Week of April 8

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Off Broadway

*Bob Log III, July 31
*Disappears/Art Majors, May 6
*Jimmy "Duck Holmes" and Terry "Harmonica" Bean, June 13
*Sleepy Sun, June 16
*The Sugar Free Allstars, July 25
*Via Audio, June 26

Brooklyn-based indie pop group Via Audio blows into town on June 26 in support of their sophomore album Animalore. - LEV KUPERMAN
  • Lev Kuperman
  • Brooklyn-based indie pop group Via Audio blows into town on June 26 in support of their sophomore album Animalore.

Blueberry Hill's Duck Room
*The English Beat, May 22

The Firebird
*Butch Walker, May 5
*Delta Spirit, June21
*Leatherface, May 17
*Quintron and Miss Pussycat, June 22
*Woven Bones, June 9

2720 Cherokee
*Deru and The Glitch Mob, May 27

The Fox Theatre
*Harry Connick Jr., June 11
Cicero's
*Gooding with Brickshy, April 16
*The Moog and The Photo Atlas, May 19
*Spookie Daly Pride, April 24
*Spouse, June 8
*Vampire Mooose, May 8
*The Winter Sounds, May 26

Old Rock House
*Cartel, June 2
*The Bridge, August 3
*The Heavy Pets, June 5
*The Knitters, May 16

Fubar
*Hester Prynne, April 23
*The Mentors, May 10
*Music Hates You, April 26
*Nursing Home Panty Raid, April 24

Pop's
*The Devil Wears Prada, July 15
*Insane Clown Posse with Coolio, May 28
*Hell Yeah, May 15
*Parabelle, May 11
*Sevendust, May 29
*Tech N9ne, June 10

Beale on Broadway
*Shawn Kellerman, May 15
*Chris Ruest, May 22
*Walter Trout, April 30

Blues City Deli
*Matt Hill Blues Band, April 22

BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups
*Too Slim and the Taildraggers, April 18

Cicero's
*City Center with Kid Counselor, April 28

Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
*Pointfest: Three Days Grace, Papa Roach, Seether, Story Of The Year and more, June 6

Scottrade Center
*Chris Tomlin and TobyMac, June 18

Touhill Performing Arts Center
*Michael McDonald, July 23

Powell Symphony Hall
*Ozomatli with The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, May 14

Open Lot
*Jozef Van Wissem and Heresy of The Free Spirit, April 17

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