Bob Seger, Lucero Lead This Week's Show Announcements


Bob Seger, what a babe.
  • Bob Seger, what a babe.

Don't know what to get dad for Christmas and/or St. Nicholas Day? Classic rock icon Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band are at the Scottrade Center on December 9, and you can pretend it's papa's fault you "have" to fulfill your lifelong wish of seeing "Night Moves" performed live. Quite a few frequent flyers this week: good ol' boys Lucero will be back at Off Broadway, Pomegranates bring its sparkly art pop back to the Firebird for a second 2011 stop, and hillbilly hero Wayne "The Train" Hancock heads back to Off Broadway. As if he'd play anywhere else.

Blueberry Hill Chuck Berry, November 16 Hurt, October 29

The Firebird ANR, October 30 Fair to Midland, December 21 Josh Caterer, December 13 Koffin Kats, December 15 Pomegranates, November 15 Reverend Horton Heat, March 6

Focal Point Andy Cohen, November 11 Bob Bovee and Gail Heil, November 26 Cathy Barton and Dave Para, December 10 Micahel Cooney and Pat Broaders, November 18 Switchback, December 3

Fox Theatre Kirk Franklin, November 17

Four Seasons Kenny Loggins, November 18

Fubar Jucifer, November 5 Wretched, December 8

Funny Bone Comedy Club Christian Finnegan, November 17-20

Lemmons Andrew Cabiago, October 28

Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center Radiation City, October 25

Lumiere Hotel and Casino Bill Bellamy, November 19 Clint Black, December 9

Off Broadway Lucero, December 9 Murder By Death, December 29 Wayne the Train Hancock, December 4 Zoe Boekbinder, October 28

Old Rock House Bonerama, December 1 Dax Riggs, November 30

The Pageant El Monstero, December 16, 17, 21, 22, 23

Pop's Nightclub Dance Gavin Dance, November 12

Scottrade Center Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, December 9

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