Show Announcements: Week of April 7

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Mumford and Sons blew up faster than a barn housing a meth lab, and now the Anglo-folksters are commanding $35 at the door. Don't make the same mistake you made with Florence and the Machine, this show will sell out before you can say hoe-down. At the Pageant June 5.
  • Mumford and Sons blew up faster than a barn housing a meth lab, and now the Anglo-folksters are commanding $35 at the door. Don't make the same mistake you made with Florence and the Machine, this show will sell out before you can say hoe-down. At the Pageant June 5.

Blueberry Hill *Dread Zeppelin, June 3 *The Head and The Heart, June 13

Cicero's *La Snacks, May 3 *Revengeance, May 1 *Skies Revolt, May 5 *Val Halla, May 9

The Firebird *Kenny Zimlinghaus, May 21 *MU330, June 11 *Quintron and Miss Pussycat, June 14 *Texas in July, April 16

The Fox Theatre *Lyle Lovett, June 21 *Matthew Morrison, June 19 *Robert Plant and Band of Joy, June 15

Fubar *Bible of the Devil, May 7 *Coliseum, May 4 *The Daylights, May 6 *The Hammercocks, June 3 *Harp and Lyre, April 20 *Memphis May Fire, May 7 *Organized Noise, April 14 *Polkadot Cadaver, May 11 *Skeletonwitch, April 21

Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center *Brooks Strause, April 26 *Golden Ghost, April 21 *Nat Baldwin (The Dirty Projectors), April 18 *Queening, April 28 *Red Collar, April 19

Off Broadway *Ian McLagan, June 19 *Roy Book Binder, May 21 *Sam Knutson and Amelia White, May 15 *T Model Ford, May 26

Old Rock House
*Curren$y, May 27 *David Bazan, June 10 *Fake Problems, May 2 *Head for the Hills, May 23 *Katie Herzig, June 18 *Tim Halperin, April 25

The Pageant *Chiddy Bang, May 31 *Elvis Costello & the Imposters, July 1 *Mumford and Sons, June 5

Pop's Blue Moon *Jeremiah and the Red Eyes, April 9

Roberts Orpheum Theatre *Trailer Park Boys Live, June 11

Scottrade Center *Martin Lawrence, May 6

Touhill Performing Arts Center *Cee Lo Green, April 20

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