The Ten Best Shows In St. Louis This Weekend: April 13 to 15


Expire - Friday @ Fubar
  • Expire - Friday @ Fubar

So it seems that the weather is finally seasonally appropriate for the first time in 2012, but don't let the April showers keep you inside this weekend or else you're going to miss out on some great live music. We've got three local album release shows this weekend -- hip-hoppers Hawthorne Headhunters on Friday, the folksy soul of Rough Shop on Saturday and Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost on Sunday. Worth mentioning as well is Cavo's album release at Cicero's on Sunday, but it is not listed below because one must luck out and Willy-Wonka oneself in order to even gain admission. Click through for the rest of our picks and let us know what you're up to in the comments:

Hawthorne Headhunters - Friday @ The Gramophone


Hawthorne Headhunters Album Release Party @ The Gramophone w/ J Live, Trackstar The DJ, Fresh Daily, Knxledge, and Teresa Jenee 9:00 p.m. | $10

Kinetix @ The Firebird w/ Unanimous, Vibesteady 8:30 p.m. | $12

Jack Buck @ The Heavy Anchor w/ Cartwheel, Humdrum, New Tongues, Ou Ou 9:00 p.m. | $5

Caroline Smith and the Good Night Sleeps @ Off Broadway w/ April Smith and the Great Picture Show 9:00 p.m. | $8 to $11

Expire @ Fubar with Can We Win, Forever Young, Side-Lined, Modern Man 8:00 p.m. | $10 Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost - Sunday @ Off Broadway


The Damned Holy Rollers @ Lemmons w/ Cabram, Elbow Through Hammer. 21+ 8 p.m. | $5

Just Blaze @ Lola 10:00 p.m. | $10

Rough Shop Album Release Show @ Off Broadway 9:00p.m. | $10 to $13


Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost LP Release @ Off Broadway 8 p.m. | Free

Anodes @ Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center w/ Better Days, Strangers Now 8 p.m. | $5

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