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  1. Songbird Café presents Singer/Songwriters In The Round, on Wednesday August 27, 2014 at The Focal Point 2720 Sutton Blvd Maplewood 63143. Performing this month are Jack Grelle, Jenny Roques, Ryne Watts and Suzie (Cue) Gilb . They will entertain you with their stories and songs. Enjoy a listening experience to remember without the barroom noise!! Doors open at 6:45PM Show starts at 7:30 PM
    Makes for a great date night experience!!!
    Tickets $12 in advance $15at the door
    Advance tickets available a http://www.songbird-stl.com

  2. John Gieseke Says:

    Little River Band
    September 26, 2014
    Alton Amphitheater
    7:00 pm opening act Brian Bax Band
    Benefit: Survivors Scholarship Fund Llc

  3. audiofawn Says:

    Hello!
    I hope your week is off to a great start! I just wanted to reach out about the upcoming Lolipop Records Adventure Tour taking over Plush on September 28th.


    This LA-grown collection of talent combines the psychedelic vibe of the West Coast with power pop and post-punk. Mr. Elevator & The Brain Hotel, Froth, Corners, and Wyatt Blair each present distinct sounds that meld into a collective night of music not to be missed.
    Check out the links below, and please contact me for coverage and interviews!

    Cheers,
    Amber

    ​ Mr.Elevator & the Brain Hotel
    http://mrelevatorthebrainhotel.bandcamp.com/
    Born in the foam of the Pacific, and incubated in
    Echo Park, this mesmerizing group blends
    poetic songwriting with mind-melting vintage Hammond
    organ-based psych rock. Their 2013 album,
    Nico & Her Psychedelic Subconscious has become
    an underground favorite. Mr Elevator is pure pleasure.

    ​Froth
    http://froth.bandcamp.com/
    Founded in 2012, this band of Echo Park artists weaves melodic shoegaze with surf pop, and jangly twelve-string guitar. Thanks to their obvious musical talent, Froth has set themselves apart, and quickly become a favorite among LA music lovers in the know.

    Corners
    http://corners.bandcamp.com/music
    The bad kids of Lolipop Records, Corners exudes rock star power.
    With their hook-filled, fuzzy rock, and singer Tracy Bryant’s hypnotic voice,
    this is a band to be reckoned with. Keep an eye on Corners.

    ​Wyatt Blair
    http://wyattblair.bandcamp.com/releases
    Mr. Wyatt Blair is a man with talent, and an excellent sense of humor. His intelligence and irrepressible spirit shine through in catchy power pop that’s impossible not to love. Equal parts garage band, classic punk, and glam rock, Wyatt’s songs demand you nod your head, tap your feet, and scream “Hell, yeah!”


    Amber Bach
    Lolipop Records PR
    1167 Glendale Blvd., LA 90026
    LolipopRecords.com
    LolipopRecords@yahoo.com
    amber@audiofawn.com

    678.310.3192


  4. Songbird Café presents Singer/Songwriters In The Round, on Wednesday September 24, 2014 at The Focal Point 2720 Sutton Blvd Maplewood 63143. Performing this month are from Nashville Hailey Whitters and Stephanie Lambring along with St Louisans Dana Michael Anderson and Justin Brown . They will entertain you with their stories and songs. Enjoy a listening experience to remember without the barroom noise!! Doors open at 6:45PM Show starts at 7:30 PM
    Makes for a great date night experience!!!
    Tickets $12 in advance $15at the door
    Advance tickets available at http://www.songbird-stl.com

  5. Marc Alan Says:

    Edisun performing at The Mad Magician, October 21, 2014, Doors at 7:00pm

    Few rock bands on their second record can claim as many miles as Edisun have traveled on tour; they were the first original rock band to perform for US Armed Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, and they toured China earlier this year. Their music is a mix of rock and alternative with a classic sound, like “Pearl Jam meets Led Zeppelin.” Their current single “Refugees” is now playing on alternative and internet radio internationally.

  6. Kim Grant Says:

    Hilary Scott record release party for “Freight Train Love”
    Saturday, October 18th @ CJ’s on the Hill
    4pm / $15-$30 5800 Southwest Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63139
    This is an OUTDOOR EVENT WITH VERY LIMITED TICKETS AND SEATING AVAILABLE.
    Two ticketing options available – each include a complimentary cocktail. VIPs enjoy reserved seating,
    backstage meet and greet, and limited screen printed, signed event poster!
    http://freighttrainlove.brownpapertickets.com/
    Come enjoy a wonderful time filled with SPECIAL GUESTS and hear some of the tracks from the album Freight Train Love
    performed live for the first time. Also, we will raffle off one of a kind objects you will only be able to get at this event!

  7. Seth Evans Says:

    Hi, I am from the Denver Electro-Sensual Rock & Roll band, Rossonian and we are coming to STL to play for the first time. The show will be at Off Broadway with Aquitaine and Brother Mouzone. You can check out our music at the website I listed below. Thank you for your time and I hope you can make the show.

    Thanks,

    Seth

  8. Kim Grant Says:

    Indie-Pop/Americana artist, Hilary Scott 3/28 Off Broadway St. Louis, MO 3511 Lemp Ave, St. Louis, MO 63118 Tickets: $8 advance. $10 day of show http://www.offbroadwaystl.com/calendar/

  9. jesse Says:

    Hi there,
    I just want to let you know about a show that’s coming through town, featuring both locals and touring bands. It would be great if it could get a mention on your site!

    Here’s the info:

    Date: 4/13/15

    Bands: Mother Meat, I Am the Albatross (TX), Inside Voices (TX), 32pc vintage party set

    Venue: Fubar, 3108 Locust St, St. Louis 63103

    8pm start time. $8 at the door.

    Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1382629222058382/

    Thanks!

  10. Debbie Byrd Says:

    Hello, Mick Byrd & The Backroad Band will release Mick”s 8th all original music CD, “Roots & Ozark Blues”, Friday, April 17th, 7:30 p.m. at The Focal Point, 2720 Sutton Blvd., Maplewood, MO. Admission is $10.00 at the door. Door opens at 6:30 p.m. Mick is a Missouri Arts Council Approved Touring Performer & has performed all over Missouri, 14 states & Ireland. Food & beverages are available next door at the Maya Cafe. Discounted CD’s this night. Complete USB Flash Drives also available. Mick’s 2nd release was “Live At The Focal Point”. He has performed many times in and around St. Louis. Come join us for a great concert! You can check out a few of the new songs at http://www.reverbnation/mickbyrd Thank you! Debbie Byrd


  11. Kate Tucker + the Sons of Sweden Return to STL 5/21 at Heavy Anchor w/Earl Burrows (of The Shins)
    “Sharp-edged dream pop.” – Esquire

    “High-octane indie rock” – The Current

    “Cardigans-meets-Beach House ethereal pop” – Star Tribune

    “Kate Tucker has the kind of charm and charisma onstage that seasoned performers dream of. On top of that she’s got a powerful voice that’s as bittersweet as it it is silky smooth. ” – Seattle Times

    Seattle-born, Nashville-based Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden bring their high-octane indie rock back to STL May 21 at The Heavy Anchor. If you didn’t catch them on their US tour last year, you may have heard their dream-pop single “Blue Hotel” on KDHX. Joining them on the bill are Nashville glam rockers Earl Burrows, whose frontman, Mark Watrous, is best known for his role as guitarist in The Shins and formerly The Raconteurs.

    KT+SOS raised over $21,000 via crowdfunding in what Huffington Post called “a highly ambitious Kickstarter project” to record and release a full length album on vinyl and CD, working with 10 filmmakers to create a music video and short film for each song. You can watch the official video for “Blue Hotel” on Esquire and check out their visual album, The Shape The Color The Feel on YouTube. Videos and films continue to premiere this spring, along with a feature documentary Tucker is producing on collaboration in the arts.

    Guest list and interview requests can be directed to Michael Redgrave redvaliserecordings@gmail.com

    link to this release: http://bit.ly/1ILfe3N


  12. Real life stories drive David G Smith’s songs and this was proven true this year when a video for “Doesn’t Take Much Light,” off of One House was picked up by Scouting Magazine’s blog and provided David with a new audience of Scouting fans. The song is a true story about Ernest J Lutes who was a scoutmaster to his co-writer, Dean Madonia. 

    7.9.15 8 p.m. Evangeline’s Bistro & Music House, 
    512 N Euclid Ave, St. Louis, MO 63108


  13. CALLAGHAN
    August 12th @
    THE DUCK ROOM
    @Blueberry Hill
    6504 Delmar Blvd., University City, MO 63130
    8:00pm [21+] $15
    314-727-4444 http://www.blueberryhill.com

  14. Laurel Premo Says:

    MICHIGAN ROOTS DUO ‘RED TAIL RING’ FEATURED AT THE FOCAL POINT SEPTEMBER 11TH

    On Friday, September 11th, Michigan-based roots duo Red Tail Ring will perform at The Focal Point (2720 Sutton Blvd). The concert begins at 8 pm, and tickets are a $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Laurel Premo and Michael Beauchamp, of Red Tail Ring, share a raw blend of original folk music and interpretations of old ballads and dance tunes from the southeast mountains.

    Whether rendering a traditional tune or one of their original compositions, Red Tail Ring infuses each song with musical imagination, haunting harmonies and instrumental artistry on fiddle, guitar, banjo, mandolin, jawharp and plain-old foot stomping. Since 2009, Red Tail Ring has released three albums, and traveled increasingly farther in their musical ramblings – performing throughout the Midwest, Northeast, and Southeast, as well as touring in Denmark and Germany. When they’re off the road, Laurel and Michael enjoy playing for community square dances when in their hometown of Kalamazoo, MI.

    For more information about the band visit http://www.redtailring.com.

  15. Greg Smith Says:

    Please post:

    A Very Ugly Sweater Christmas W/ New Mayans – Blueberry Hill Duck Room

    Date: Saturday, December 26th

    Thank you!

  16. joey shaheen Says:

    Hello, I’m a Minneapolis singer/songwriter, playing Evangelines, and Stone Spiral. Could you add my events pretty please? ok, here they both are:

    Thanks in advance for supporting indie music.

    Event:
    Evangelines presents, From Minneapolis, Original Folk Rocker “The Wrong Omar”, Wednesday January 20th, 7:00-10:00 PM

    Details:
    “The Wrong Omar” supports his recent release “Zemblanity”, with twang, jangle and homespun “sidewalk confessionals of bad choices”. Songs, stories and Rock&Roll aphorisms that can bring a tear to a glass eye( my apologies if you happen to have one ).

    Heard on: KUMD,KFAI, KUWS,WDVX,KDTR,KMSU,WTIP,WETS,WGNW. Appeared with: Joe Savage, Glen Templeton, RB Morris, Daphne Willis, Hamilton Loomis, Della Mae and Monroe Crossing.

    http://www.reverbnation.com/thewrongomar

    ………………..and…………………
    Event:
    Stone Spiral/Maplewood presents, From Minneapolis, Original Folk Rocker “The Wrong Omar”, Thursday January 21st, 7:00-9:00 PM

    Details:
    “The Wrong Omar” supports his recent release “Zemblanity”, with twang, jangle and homespun “sidewalk confessionals of bad choices”. Songs, stories and Rock&Roll aphorisms that can bring a tear to a glass eye( my apologies if you happen to have one ).

    Heard on: KUMD,KFAI, KUWS,WDVX,KDTR,KMSU,WTIP,WETS,WGNW. Appeared with: Joe Savage, Glen Templeton, RB Morris, Daphne Willis, Hamilton Loomis, Della Mae and Monroe Crossing.

    http://www.reverbnation.com/thewrongomar

    Stone Spiral Coffee
    —————————–
    http://www.stonespiralcoffee.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/Stone-Spiral-Coffee-and-Curios-79908698375/
    (314) 335-7388
    2500 Sutton Blvd.
    Maplewood, MO 63143

  17. Alyssa Clark Says:

    Hunter Valentine’s fierce power-rock music and intoxicating live performances have made the all-female lineup unrivaled. At the band’s core are guitar-heavy, rhythmic drum beats and husky vocals. Hunter Valentine’s lyrical depth, exhilarating performances and unrelenting attitude lead the band to tour with punk rockers Sum 41 and perform with Cyndi Lauper. Their undeniable aptitude for confident, raucous rock ‘n’ roll earned Hunter Valentine a devoted fan base, which have followed them through four full-length studio albums and two hit reality television shows: The Real L Word and Make or Break: The Linda Perry Project. With founding members Kiyomi Mccluskey and Laura Petracca, and touring members Leanne Bowes and Lisa Bianco, they will embark on their So Long For Now Tour giving fans one last taste of Hunter Valentine’s gritty and edgy music.
    http://www.huntervalentine.com

    Date: Mar 19, Saturday

    Venue name: The Demo

    Venue address: 4191 Manchester Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110

    Time (doors): 7:00 p.m.

    Ticket purchase link: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1024979?_ga=1.140261105.351301960.1452026971&__utma=1.331522784.1452026972.1452026972.1452026972.1&__utmb=1.2.10.1452026972&__utmc=1&__utmx=-&__utmz=1.1452026972.1.1.utmcsr=google|utmccn=(organic)|utmcmd=organic|utmctr=(not%20provided)&__utmv=-&__utmk=133946126


  18. St. Louis Bred, Texas sharpened: Rap group Herban Life Clique (HLC) will be performing in their home town of St. Louis at Studio 618 in East St Louis. Dubbed “The 618 Take Over Tour”, the event will also feature talent such as Devious, Chain Gang, Ill Side Lieutenants, Key Lo, and Out De Pot.

    The release of new tracks, including Illy Noise, Buckin’ Tha System, and Long Nights from the Buckin’ The System LP, have garnered widespread attention in Texas.

    For more info, visit http://www.facebook.com/herban-life-clique and their youtube channel, https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpDR9TuXV7gvFzFI-rDOOm3s0cdCEVFy3.

  19. Jami Fugate Says:

    I hope this finds you well. William Clark Green will be headlining Off Broadway in St. Louis on Thursday, May 19. I wanted to see about the possibility of including the show in your calendar listings. William has new music coming soon so keep an eye out for your copy of the new record.

    About William Clark Green
    William Clark Green burst onto the national scene in 2015 with his critically acclaimed album RINGLING ROAD, earning praise from Rolling Stone, American Songwriter, Country Weekly and No Depression. The indie touring sensation regularly sells over 2,000 hard tickets in multiple major markets, and is growing from 500 seat venues to 1,000 seat venues in a dozen additional markets. This Spring/Summer Green will headline his first national tour packing out venues in: NYC, Philadelphia, Boston, Connecticut, Chicago, Indianapolis, Columbia, St. Louis, Denver, Montana, Memphis and Kansas City among numerous other cities. Green wrote or co-wrote each of the eleven tracks on RINGLING ROAD, approaching long-standing singer-songwriter traditions of love and heartache with a fresh perspective. His clever lyrics combined with weatherworn, smoky vocals tell a story with a sense of restrained vulnerability one minute then are fueled with a fiery swagger the next. His electrifying live shows coupled with guy next-door charm have made Green a hot ticket on the road, and a favorite among fans and critics. For more information log onto: http://www.williamclarkgreen.com

    I look forward to hearing from you!

    Thanks so much!

    All the best,
    Jami

  20. Jami Fugate Says:

    I hope this finds you well. William Clark Green will be headlining Off Broadway in St. Louis on Thursday, May 19. I wanted to see about the possibility of including the show in your calendar listings. William has new music coming soon so keep an eye out for your copy of the new record.

    William Clark Green
    Off Broadway
    Thursday, May 19
    Doors @ 7pm/ Show @ 8pm
    $10 Adv./$12 Day of show

    About William Clark Green
    William Clark Green burst onto the national scene in 2015 with his critically acclaimed album RINGLING ROAD, earning praise from Rolling Stone, American Songwriter, Country Weekly and No Depression. The indie touring sensation regularly sells over 2,000 hard tickets in multiple major markets, and is growing from 500 seat venues to 1,000 seat venues in a dozen additional markets. This Spring/Summer Green will headline his first national tour packing out venues in: NYC, Philadelphia, Boston, Connecticut, Chicago, Indianapolis, Columbia, St. Louis, Denver, Montana, Memphis and Kansas City among numerous other cities. Green wrote or co-wrote each of the eleven tracks on RINGLING ROAD, approaching long-standing singer-songwriter traditions of love and heartache with a fresh perspective. His clever lyrics combined with weatherworn, smoky vocals tell a story with a sense of restrained vulnerability one minute then are fueled with a fiery swagger the next. His electrifying live shows coupled with guy next-door charm have made Green a hot ticket on the road, and a favorite among fans and critics. For more information log onto: http://www.williamclarkgreen.com

    I look forward to hearing from you!

    Thanks so much!

    All the best,
    Jami

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