Mike Peters is more than a songwriter, singer or frontman. He is a survivor. Founded in 1981, his band, The Alarm, is an extension of his very being. Creating a body of work that draws inspiration from the culture of their native Wales as well as the world around them, the band has persevered onward […]
The first British punk band to release a single, The Damned returned to Delmar Hall on May 29th to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their prolific third album, Machine Gun Etiquette, with a concert that obliterated any doubts that there was still plenty of gas left in the tank. Machine Gun Etiquette is a beast. Ahead of […]
Roy English, releasing music under the name Jagwar Twin, is no newcomer to the music scene. Having been a musician for many years, being a part of several bands, it wasn’t until a decision to possibly leave the music scene altogether that brought a chance meeting with Jeff Bhasker that set Roy on a musical […]
Gin Blossoms first broke through the music scene in 1992 with their hit album New Miserable Experience, which featured the hit singles “Hey Jealousy” and “Found Out About You.” The album sold more than 4 million copies. The band went on to have success with future albums and singles, becoming a staple on the 90’s […]
Story by Laura Gieseking Photos by Lee Goodman If you came here to read a country music/pop band review, you are in for a big surprise, as were quite a few people attending The Band Perry concert at Delmar Hall in the University City Loop in St Louis on Sunday night. When you think of […]
105.7 The Point HoHo Shows were announced today. The first show announced was Young the Giant with Grandson at Stifel Theatre on November 28. The Smashing Pumpkins will make a return to St. Louis on December 1, also at Stifel Theatre. Meg Meyers will be joined by The Blue Stones on December 7 at Delmar […]
Wrestler, rocker and all around cool guy Chris Jericho stopped at Delmar Hall to perform with his band Fozzy on Wednesday, September 12. The band is currently on the Judas Rising Tour. All photos by Brendon Klohr.
Rock/Country band Cracker made a stop at Delmar Hall on Saturday night. The band treated their fans to a 90-minute set comprised of hits and songs that are popular among the fanbase. While the band didn’t say much to the audience besides thanking them for coming out to the show, Cracker let their music do […]