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By now, Brian Wilson fans know the score: For the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and architect of the Beach Boys' legendary California sound,... [Read More]
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Some years back, when Vince Gill wrote a song he titled "Forever Changed," he couldn't have envisioned the #MeToo movement. [Read More]
It's time for Wayne Kramer to kick out the jams once again. [Read More]
Maybe you forgot that Beck was supposed to play St. Louis last year, opening U2's "Joshua Tree" concert at the Dome at America's Center. That... [Read More]
For their latest album, "Head Over Heels," Chromeo partners David "Dave-1" Macklovitch and Patrick "P-Thugg" Gemayel took their talents to Los Angeles. Or at least,... [Read More]
What a thing it is to see an artist at the top of his game, playing a concert with the confidence and wild abandon of... [Read More]
Over the years, the Pageant has seen its share of magical musical performances. Sunday night, it added another one as Robert Plant and the Sensational... [Read More]
Judging from Thursday night's concert at a nearly full Fox Theatre, some of the acts that rose to fame in the early days of MTV... [Read More]
That contentment can breed artistic stasis is nothing new. But not that long ago, Gary Numan found it out the hard way. [Read More]
When musicians cite the factors that shaped their musical careers, restrictive alcohol sales seldom factor into the discussion. [Read More]
It didn't take too long for Dave Alvin, on an impromptu acoustic tour with Jimmie Dale Gilmore a couple years back, to think that maybe... [Read More]
Nearly 40 years later, these stadium headliners still pack 'em in. [Read More]
The death of Aretha Franklin on Thursday has hung heavy over the music world, and many artists performing concerts in the days since are finding... [Read More]
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So who or what was responsible for the throng of about 8,000 mostly black-clad dudes — and they were decidedly, prohibitively dudes — banging their... [Read More]
Tower of Power is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and no one — certainly not founder and saxophonist Emilio Castillo — could have predicted... [Read More]
If Ha Ha Tonka's performance at this week's Open Highway Music Festival isn't exactly a sort of homecoming, consider it a sort of second homecoming. [Read More]
An argument can be made that it is the best American band extant right now. [Read More]
"What's the difference between Courtney Love and the Arch?" Chrissie Hynde asked the audience midway through the Pretenders' performance Wednesday night at the newly rechristened... [Read More]
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