Thursday night, The Beach Boys and John Stamos played The Factory in Chesterfield. John was celebrating his birthday by performing with one of his favorite bands, which he has done on and off since 1985. Here are some photos from the evening.
Saturday evening, Lindsey Stirling brought her North American Artemis Tour to a crowded Saint Louis Music Park. Here are photos from the electric event.
Andrew Copeland of Sister Hazel answered some questions for ReviewSTL ahead of their show this Saturday at River City Casino and Hotel. Covering topics from the life of a musician during the pandemic, to some of the amazing charities the band participates in, and what is in store for fans with their upcoming show, a […]
The Foo Fighters played to a sold-out Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on Tuesday night. The band played all their hits and some new material to the raucous crowd. Radkey opened the show.
Ahead of their performance this weekend, opening up the 2021 concert season at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Maryland Heights, Kevin Gagnepain, Bassist for the group, did a Q and A with ReviewSTL. What can fans expect from your show this weekend? It’s an El Monstero concert … so the production will be big. It’s […]
While legendary band Faith No More had to cancel their much-anticipated St. Louis appearance last year due to the pandemic, the band will play Saint Louis Music Park on September 16. Tickets for the show will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. For more information on the show, visit www.saintlouismusicpark.com.
Legendary rock group The Pixies will play a show at The Factory on Friday, September 17. Doors will open at 7 p.m. with the show beginning at 8 p.m. Plus the Clockworks is also on the bill. Tickets are $69.50 for lower balcony reserved and $49.50 for upper balcony reserved. GA tickets are $39.50. For […]
By Bob O’ Mahony and Carla Scuzzo A familiar crowd was warmed up by local legends, the Bottle Rockets, playing the Fox for the first time in some 22 years. The Bottle Rockets were from the same alt-country period of the St. Louis music scene, sometime working, sometimes playing together. They did a well put […]
Monday night brought a full house to The Pageant as Alter Bridge and Skillet combined forces as part of the “Victorious” tour, joined by the upcoming and sensational classic-rock enthused Dirty Honey. It seemed all three groups garnered their own fans, as The Pageant was filled with several fans sporting merch for one of the […]