Now that Wolf Parade is dunzo, Dan Boeckner can focus on
Atlas Strategic and Handsome Furs, you'll find the latter duo, Boeckner and wife Alexei Perry, at Off Broadway August 24.
Irish crooner Nigel Mooney has two dates at the Missouri Botanical Gardens this month--see him June 29 as part of the Whitaker Music Festival, a.k.a. free Wednesday night jazz, or on June 30 for $100, dinner included. Spazzmeisters Electric Six are back at the Firebird again in September, apparently they refuse to play anywhere else, because they're loyal like that. Sadly you won't be seeing Quintron and Miss Pussycat with CAVE next Tuesday at the ol 'Bird, that show was cancelled due to a family emergency. Saving grace: Cave is still coming to town.
Blueberry Hill Jimbo Mathus and the Tri-State Coalition, July 28
The Firebird The Cute Lepers, August 24 The Dear Hunter, July 26 Electric Six, September 19 J Roddy Walston and the Business, July 14 He Is We, June 28 The Smoking Popes Tapes N' Tapes, September 14 Tribal Seeds, August 5 Tyler Bryant, August 25
Fox Theatre Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, October 29 Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles, January 20 Riverdance, May 18
Fubar Brandon Bogues, July 19
Missouri Botanical Gardens Nigel Mooney, June 29 & 30
Off Broadway The Dodos, September 24 Handsome Furs, August 24
Old Rock House Ryan Bingham and the Dead Horses, August 5
The Pageant The Script, September 14 VolBeat, July 31
Vintage Vinyl Clare Burson, June 14 Marah, June 11
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Blink 182, My Chemical Romance, August 19
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