All hail shirtless wonder King Khan, for he is headed back to St. Louis with his homey Bloodshot Bill as Tandoori Knights. The wild duo will be at Off Broadway on November 25. Allegedly, they started playing together at age seventeen, brought together by a gravity bong and shared interest in Chuck Berry's pee fetish. Joe Lally, bassist of post-hardcore outfit Fugazi, is also headed to historic Off Broadway in November, touring in support of his latest solo-ish effort, Why I Should Get Used to It.
2720 Cherokee Freekbot, October 5 MarchFourth Marching Band, October 29 Paper Diamond, October 4
BB's Jazz Blues and Soups Anthony Gomes Band, September 11 Grand Marquis, September 4 Reba Russell Band, September 9 Sugar Ray and Aunt Kizzy's Boys, September 22 Walter Trout Band, September 8
Blueberry Hill Chris Robinson Brotherhood, November 5 Chuck Berry, September 11 Matthew Sweet, October 15
Christ Church Cathedral Craig Hultgren, April 14
Ciceros Bomb the Music Industry, August 26 Paper Route, September 23 Paper Thick Walls, September 22 Run Run Run, September 27 Sick of Sarah, September 17 Without A Face, September 16
The Firebird Dr. Dog, November 5 Flatfoot 56, October 21 Helmet, October 2 Lionize, October 7 Margot and the Nuclear So and So's, September 16 Sean Wheeler and Zander Schloss, September 1 The Appleseed Cast, August 30
The Focal Point Brian McNeill, September 24
Fubar Decrepit Birth, November 4 Emmure, September 1 Get Scared, October 16 Life on Repeat, October 9 Phone Calls From Home, September 13 The Pink Spiders, September 8 What Happened in Vegas, October 17
The Gramophone Burning Hotels, September 10 Dirty Bourbon River Show, September 22
Kranzberg Arts Center Chris Corsano, January 28 James Mobberley, October 28
Off Broadway The Alternate Routes, October 1 The Fling, November 17 Joe Lally, November 9 Star and Micey, September 2 Tandoori Knights, November 25 The SteelDrivers, November 19
Old Rock House Bobby Long, October 8 Charmberlain/Fort Frances, September 27 Dean's List/OnCue, October 24 Elephant Revival, September 16 John Waite, September 12 Priscilla Ahn, October 9
The Pageant Lucinda WIlliams, October 12 The Bangles, October 8
Pop's The Acacia Strain, November 21 hed (p.e.), October 16 Panic! at the Disco, November 10 Saves the Day, October 15
Sheldon Concert Hall Jay Farrar, October 21 Paul Byrom, November 8
Vintage Vinyl Santah, August 19
White Flag Projects Keith Fullerton Whitman, November 12 Tony Conrad, December 3
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