Live Music in St. Louis – Hear This Week: February 5 – 10

Monday February 4, 2019

That silly “Polar Vortex” is in the rearview, so let’s bust out and hear some great live music with these Bands of Note:

Live Music in St. Louis

Tuesday, February 5 – Panic! At the Disco brings their high-energy rock show to our Enterprise Center. These guys are a lot of fun, and the visual-aspect of their show gets a lot of notice and industry award nominations. Doors open at 7, $130–$292.

Wednesday, February 7 – Blues rockers The John McVey Band take the stage at Hammerstone’s. 8 pm, no cover.

Thursday, February 8 – We have a couple of great “listening rooms” in town and a local favorite is Joe’s Café. Tonight it is Tonina Saputo, a new, young stand-out. Her jazz-influenced music crosses genres and languages. (To stay on top of all things Joe, “Friend” the Joe’s Café FB page.) 7 p.m., $10 (BYOB and food.)

Friday, February 8 – Enjoy “Southern Roadhouse Hospitality” while listening to Hush Lite play a diverse selection of cover music at our own Hwy 61 Roadhouse in Webster. 7 pm, no cover.

Sunday, February 10 – Silence the Witness comes to the Firebird. So if you need a little “melodic death metal/metalcore” on a Sunday, this is the place. Wrecklamation, the nocturnal, and Toddler Fight Club open. Doors open at 6:30, $12.

What the Locals Know: Every Tuesday, our town’s hippest bowling alley, the Pin-Up Bowl, has DJ Mahf spin. He plays party rock, hip-hop, funk, solo and more. This guy knows how to move the crowd. 8 pm, no cover.

Music Note of Note: There’s a great book about the pre-war blues music of St. Louis by local historian Kevin Belford called Devil at the Confluence. The Missouri and Mississippi rivers were the preferred travel passages of those early blues musicians, thus giving our city a strong indelible role in the development and continued growth of the blues.

For more live music and entertainment happening in St. Louis visit our events calendar.

Hear This Week is written by local writer, musician, and live music fan Kevin M. Mitchell.

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