The Ambassador *Chico DeBarge, June 4 *Dana Dane and Kurtis Blow, June 19
Ameristar Casino *Bonne Tyler, September 16 *Damon Wayans, September 9 *Ray Price, May 20
Antarctica *Gospel Gossip, May 29
BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups *Alex Wilson Band, May 21 *Guy Forsyth Band, May 27 *Larry McCray Band, May 26
The Complex *Android Lust, May 24
Cicero's *Bamboo Shoots, May 16 *The Great Outdoors, May 27
City Museum *Fishbone, June 3
The Firebird *The Atom Age, June 20 *Buz *Deception of a Ghost, June 8 *Lookbook, June 15 *Maps and Atlases, July 6 *Prizzy Prizzy Please *The Pharmacy, June 3
Fubar *Chiodos, June 26 *Torche, August 3 *Whole Wheat Bread, July 2
The Gramophone *Asylum Street Spankers *John Lee Hooker Jr., June 16 *Stephen Simmons, May 21
The Loft *PJ Morton, May 18
Old Rock House *Amy Cook, June 24 *Jeff Daniels, November 1 *Pieta Brown, June 12
The Pageant *The Black Crowes, August 27 *Guitars and Saxes, August 13 *Phoenix, Two Door Cinema Club, August 9 *R'n'R: Rick Braun and Richard Elliot, July 30
Plush *Plies, May 14
Scottrade Center *American Idol Live, August 25 *Chelsea Handler, November 6
Sheldon Concert Hall *Cowboy Junkies, June 27
Verizon Wireless Amphitheater *Chicago, The Doobie Brothers, July 21 *Jonas Brothers, August 6 *Limp Bizkit, Ice Cube, August 2
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