Friday, April 23
*Thrice/Manchester Orchestra, The Pageant Cancelled due to illness.
*Steve Martin, Roberts Orpheum Theater (sold out!)
*Magnolia Summer/Jerkwater Junction/Adam Reichmann, Off Broadway
*Nickelback/Breaking Benjamin/Shinedown/Sick Puppies, Scottrade Center (sold out!)
*Hester Prynne, Fubar
*The Campfire Club, Washington University-Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum
*Brandon Creath, Sci-Fi Lounge
*Alice Kinsella, Kranzberg Center for the Arts
*Jailbox (CD release show), Old Rock House
*Tory Starbuck Project, Vintage Vinyl
*Untied States, Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center
*Cedric Burnside and Lightnin' Malcolm, The Gramophone
*Le Castle Vania, Sol Lounge
*Bruiser Queen/Dicegrinder/Spark Thugs, Firebird
*Alvin Jett and The Phat Noiz, Beale on Broadway
Saturday, April 24 *Dead Weather/The Ettes, The Pageant *The Album Leaf/Sea Wolf, Luminary Center for the Arts *Horse Feathers, Billiken Club at Saint Louis University *The Incurables/Shooting With Annie, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room *Cassie Morgan & the Lonely Pine (CD release), Off Broadway *Resoldered (CD release show)/Strawfoot/Hurts to Laugh, Firebird *Pat Green, Pop's *Christopher Lawrence, HOME Nightclub *Tempest, Focal Point *Din Eli, Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center *Nursing Home Panty Raid (KC), Walk Of Ignorance, Sinith Hall, The Sound Of Safety, Ready for Tomorrow, Fubar *Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys, Beale on Broadway *Falling Martins, Brandt's *Robert Breig, Kranzberg Arts Center *Panic Attack, The Library *Shadow Thieves, Felix's *Peach, Lemmons *UG Project, Lola *Madahoochi/Kind Fire, Cicero's
Sunday, April 25 *Indigo Girls, The Pageant *Peter Brötzmann and Hamid Drake, Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center *Great Mundane, 2720 Cherokee *Garrison Starr/Jay Nash, Off Broadway *Amy Grant, Touhill *Bob Morrissey, Focal Point *Jarrod Gorbel/Sean Renner, Firebird *Scene of Irony, Vintage Vinyl *The Noam Chomskys, Underclaire, My Instant Lunch, Clayton Jones Band, Cicero's
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