*Chuck Berry, January 19 *Truth and Salvage Co., February 20
*6th Annual St. Louis Blues Festival, February 12
Cranky Yellow *Cognitive Dissonance, January 14 *Fake Boys, December 22 *For Want Of, December 19 *Rocket for Ethiopia, December 16 *Weakness, December 20 *Woolly Moon, January 13
*Sick of It All, January 17 *The Toasters, February 18
Koken Art Factory *Matthew Dear, January 29
Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center
*Early Morning Fire, December 18
Off Broadway *Jonathan Richman, February 16 *Marshall Crenshaw/Bottle Rockets, January 19
Old Rock House
*Braids, February 1 *Kaki King, March 26 *Mac Miller, February 16 *Miniature Tigers, March 15
The Pageant *All Time Low, April 4 *Bassnectar, April 9 *Celebration Day, February 26 *Here Come the Mummies, March 12 *Story of the Year, February 4
Scottrade Center *Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Larry the Cable Guy, March 11
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