Band of Horses brings candles & unbridled energy to St. Louis

Band of Horses recently made their way to The Factory in St. Louis to bless fans with a delightful double feature. The band played two sets, carrying the entire show on their back. When you’ve been pumping out Millennial anthems for over two decades, you don’t need an opener. The band started off the show […]

At St. Louis’ Duck Room with a side of G. Love & Special Sauce

Fans of the iconic Philadelphia band G. Love & Special Sauce erupted with anticipation as they strolled down the stairs in the back of Blueberry Hill on the Delmar Loop, descending upon the renowned Duck Room in St. Louis. This legendary venue played host to the opening show of the band’s highly anticipated 30th anniversary […]

Zeds Dead electrifies with New Year’s energy in St. Louis

New Year’s Weekend kicked off with an electrifying bang, as Zeds Dead took centerstage in front of a sold-out crowd at The Factory in St. Louis on the Friday night before New Years Eve. The anticipation in the air was palpable, as fans lined the lobby stairs, eagerly awaiting the moment the doors would swing […]

Godsmack melts faces off fans in St. Louis this summer

It was a beautiful Tuesday evening in St. Louis, Missouri. Warm weather and clear skies graced the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater as thousands of fans gathered on the hillside lawn, ready for a night of hard rock and headbanging courtesy of music legends, Staind and Godsmack as they kicked off their summer tour. Both bands were […]

100 gecs shows St. Louis how to get down

Hot on the heels of the release of their second studio album, 100 gecs hit the stage at The Pageant in St. Louis the other night amid one of the craziest storms I have ever witnessed. As I was walking up to the venue, rain was pouring, and the sky was filled with lightning bolts […]

The Wailers unite reggae lovers in Missouri with message of one love

The Wailers, led by reggae royalty Aston Barrett Jr. on drums, brought the spirit of Bob Marley and the heart of Jamaica with them all the way to St. Louis, MO on April 12th at The Old Rock House. In the shadow of The Gateway Arch, the venue was sold out and packed to the […]

Shwayze brings the vibes to St. Louis

Sometimes I have to sit back and genuinely think about the fact that I have a really cool career. It allows me the opportunity to work with and run sound for some of the best bands around. Both local bands from here in St. Louis that always impress, as well as national touring acts that […]

G. Love and Donavon Frankenreiter sell out The Pageant in St. Louis

Woah…now THAT was a show!  When Philly-born funk rocker G. Love decided to mash up his signature special sauce with surf-rock maestro Donavon Frankenreiter, I’m sure even the two of them didn’t quite know what to expect. That being said, the musicians hit the road anyway and made their first stop of the Flying Embers […]

The Shins celebrates 21 years since first album in St. Louis

The Shins celebrated the 21st anniversary of their debut album Oh, Inverted World at The Factory in St. Louis. Accompanied by folk-country trio Joseph, The Shins spent the night reminding fans of the staying power of their body of work. Joseph started the show off beautifully. The band is composed of three sisters, all singing […]

Shinedown sends shockwaves through St. Louis

While out on the road supporting their seventh studio album, Planet Zero, American rock veterans Shinedown stopped off in Missouri to visit St. Louis on September 5th and utterly rocked the house down at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater. It was a rock music lover’s dream as the band pressed on with a tremendous mix of […]

Pitbull’s electric stage energy sells out St. Louis

Pitbull brought the party to a sold-out crowd at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater in St. Louis, Missouri. Joined by Iggy Azalea on the Can’t Stop Us Now Tour, the two pop sensations showed that they know how to put on a show. It was a surprisingly young audience packed onto the lawn of the amphitheater as […]

Wiz Khalifa & Logic wrap up Vinyl Verse Tour in St. Louis

The final stop of the Vinyl Verse Tour took place on a rainy Friday night in St. Louis. Fans gathered at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater for an unmissable hip hop event: Wiz Khalifa and Logic, who brought a hard-hitting cast of friends with them to keep the party going the entire night. The show was […]

iDKHOW & Joywave hit St. Louis hard

The Welcome To Helvetica Tour made its fourth stop on its run across the U.S., with Joywave and I Don’t Know How But They Found Me (iDKHOW) putting on a double header of epic proportions at The Pageant in St. Louis. Both bands brought a rock-solid indie pop show that left fans screaming for more. […]

Oliver Tree spreads salacious lies to St. Louis

Oliver Tree is a LIAR!!! The internet’s most famous gaslighter, Oliver Tree, made a stop in St. Louis for his Cowboys Don’t Cry Tour. Fans packed into The Factory to hear the 29-year-old singer play his set and regale them with lies. Opening the show were the bands Huddy and Jawny. Both acts hailing from […]