Ten Best Shows This Weekend: March 9 to 11

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THE SPITS, FINALLY IN ST. LOUIS.
  • The Spits, finally in St. Louis.

An already great week of music shows no signs of slowing. Tonight, the Spits come to St. Louis for the first time ever on the event of Rob Ruzicka's birthday. The Gramophone's having a birthday tonight as well -- the Grove venue turns four and will celebrate with Honey Island Swamp Band. Minneapolis hip-hop collective Doomtree will be at the Firebird tomorrow, the current arrangement of Bone Thugs N Harmony is playing Heartbreakers the same night and Lez Zeppelin will melt some faces at the Old Rock House on Sunday. More below.

Friday

Radiohead With Other Lives Scottrade Center 7:30 p.m. | Sold Out

The Spits With TV Ghost, the Humanoids and Shaved Women The Fox Hole at Atomic Cowboy 8 p.m. | $12

IAMDYNAMITE Blueberry Hill's Duck Room 9 p.m. | $8

Honey Island Swamp Band The Gramophone With Lowdown Brass Band 9 p.m. | $4

Saturday JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound With Sleepy Kitty and Company of Thieves 8 p.m. | $14 to $17 Doomtree With Steddy P and DJ Mahf Firebird 9 p.m. | $10 to $12

Tucker Booth With John Maxfield Band Fox Hole at Atomic Cowboy 9 p.m. | $5

Bone Thugs N Harmony Heartbreakers Rock-n-Roll Saloon 8 p.m. | $15

Sunday

Lez Zeppelin With Thom Chacon Old Rock House 8 p.m. | $12

Black Milk With J. Pinder, Vandalyzm, Tef Poe, A.Dd+ The Gramophone 9 p.m. | $12 to $15

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