Tag: Delmar Hall

Preview: Smino To Play Delmar Hall December 23

Posted: December 18, 2017 at 11:18 am   /   Concerts

Smino is bringing the loyalty home for the holidays and gifting his hometown of St. Louis with “Kribmas” as he returns for a performance at the Delmar Hall. The St. Louis native is deeply rooted in his original camp and feels the most pride and priority when performing for his city. Smino has been hitting […]

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Our Lady Peace Rock Delmar Hall

Posted: November 5, 2017 at 4:32 pm   /   Concerts, Reviews

On Friday November 3rd, 105.7 The Point brought Our Lady Peace for their “Celebrating 20 years Of Clumsy” tour to the Delmar Hall. Along with a little nostalgic 90s time warp through the Clumsy Album era, they were also promoting the release of their new two part album “Somethingness.” Delmar Hall was packed with huddles […]

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Preview: Our Lady Peace at Delmar Hall

Posted: October 17, 2017 at 9:31 am   /   Concerts

The Canadian rock band Our Lady Peace will be making a return to St. Louis to perform at the new Delmar Hall, which is a neighbor venue to The Pageant. 105.7 The Point will be hosting Our Lady Peace with their “Celebrating 20 yrs of Clumsy” tour on Friday, November 3 rd 2017. The tour is a […]

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Preview: Chon at Delmar Hall

Posted: September 17, 2017 at 9:39 pm   /   Concerts

No matter the style of Metal you listen to, Chon is a great choice for instrumental music to calm and sooth your mind. Composed by a band of only 2 guitars, drums, and a bass, Chon’s instrumental Progressive math core playing style is loved by many including fans outside of the metal scene. The San […]

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Review: Toadies With Local H at Delmar Hall

Posted: September 10, 2017 at 2:52 am   /   Concert Reviews, Concerts, Reviews

Sometimes the headliner just can’t live up to the opener. I saw this a couple years ago with 30 Seconds to Mars when 21 Pilots opened for the band at The Pageant. On Saturday night at a sold-out show, The Toadies may have been billed as the headliner but Local H stole the show. Local […]

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Interview: Clark Vogeler of The Toadies

Posted: September 5, 2017 at 8:46 am   /   Interviews, Music, Music News

Since 1989, give or take a break or two, The Toadies have been rocking all over the world. The Fort Worth, Texas band burst onto the scene with their debut album Rubberneck, which included six singles. The band’s most popular song, “Possum Kingdom,” was one of those singles. Now preparing for the release of their […]

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Preview: Modern Day Zero to Reunite at Delmar Hall

Posted: August 16, 2017 at 5:14 pm   /   Concerts

Modern Day Zero will play Delmar Hall on Saturday, September 23. It will be the band’s first show together since December 20, 2007 when the band played at the Bottleneck Blues Bar at Ameristar Casino. MDZ was one of the most popular bands from St. Louis 2004-2007, thanks in part to songs like “Sick Inside.” […]

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The Toadies to Visit Delmar Hall

Posted: August 15, 2017 at 7:11 pm   /   Concerts

90s Alternative rock fans rejoice! The Toadies will be playing Delmar Hall on Saturday, September 9. The band will be joined by Local H. The show is being billed as 105.7 FMs Pre-Wayback Pointfest Party. Both bands can be heard frequently on 105.7. The Toadies hit it big with album Rubberneck. The album featured the […]

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Review: Cavo at Delmar Hall

Posted: August 8, 2017 at 6:26 pm   /   Concert Reviews, Concerts, Reviews

I walked into Delmar Hall Saturday night as Captains Courageous was rocking out on the stage. Although the crowd was sparse in the small venue, Captains Courageous was having the time of their lives. With spins and guitar lifts, the band played everything from original songs, to covers that they played as their own. They […]

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Cavo’s Casey Walker Talks Writing Music, Recent Album and More

Posted: July 31, 2017 at 12:02 pm   /   Concerts, Interviews

Since the 2002 release of the EP, A Space to Fill, Cavo has been a St. Louis staple. The EP spawned two singles. “Say Again” was picked up by local radio stations along with the song “Unsung.” Cavo followed up the EP with their self-released full length album, The Painful Art of Letting Go in […]

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