St. Louis Weekend Concert Calendar: Friday, May 7 to Sunday, May 9


Frightened Rabbit plays a sold-out show tonight at the Old Rock House. Read Roy Kasten's interview here. - JANNICA HONEY

Friday, May 7 *Frightened Rabbit/Maps and Atlases, Old Rock House - SOLD OUT *Neil Hamburger, Firebird *Leslie and the Badgers/Ferraby Lionheart, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room *Bobby Bare Jr., Off Broadway *Night of the Living Dred (DJ Needles/Will Power doing a dancehall night), The Gramophone *Cassie Morgan/Old Capital Square Dance Club/Union Blue/Swamp Tigers, Lemmons *Academy Hill, Vintage Vinyl (7 p.m.) *Bob Gleason, Atomic Cowboy (6 p.m.) *Shadow Thieves, The Library *Doug MacLeod, Music Folk *Carrie Newcomer, Focal Point *Charlie Wilson, Fox Theatre *Alex B (of Pnuma Trio), 2720 Cherokee *Jake's Leg, Cicero's *Gorilla HIp-Hop Takeover, Fubar

Saturday, May 8 *Pat Metheny, Touhill *The Hillbenders (CD release), Off Broadway *Harlem/Lengrand/The Mhurs, Firebird *Lesser Key/The Takedown/The Browncoats/Fivefold, The Pageant *Art Majors/Otto Modest/Smiling Thief/Underclaire/, Lemmons *Mean Street, Pop's *The Who-Band, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room *25th Annual Women and Blues Concert, Old Rock House *Switchback, Focal Point *War Against Winter/Sunday but Summer/BAMF!/Screaming Glory/Sammy/His Guitar, Behind the Brick Wall, Cicero's *London Calling, The Gramophone *Wrought Of Ashes, Celldom, Fear The Skies, Strength In Numbers, and Ready For Tomorrow (late), Fubar *Femme Fatality/Comasoft/Rev. Dr. Davidian, Fubar *314nicate, Atomic Cowboy *The Conformists, Mangia *DJ Needles and The Afro Picks, Lola *Marcell Strong and the Apostles, Beale on Broadway

Sunday, May 9 *Deke Dickerson, Beale on Broadway *Denise Thimes, The Sheldon *Sparks the Rescue, Old Rock House *Vampire Mooose/Troglodyte/Serrated/A Human Wreckage/Slampig, Cicero's

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