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    Kenny Zimlinghaus At Koken Art Factory In St. Louis
    Koken Art FactorySeptember 19, 2014 8:00 PM
    2500 Ohio Avenue
    St. Louis, MO 63104
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    Shabazz Palaces
    The FirebirdSeptember 19, 2014 8:00 PM
    2706 Olive Boulevard
    St. Louis, MO 63130
    Shabazz Palaces is an abstract hip-hop project based out of Seattle, Washington. Comprised of percussionist Tendai Maraire, engineer Erik Blood and former Digable Planets emcee, Ishmael Butler, the group breaks free of many of hip-hop's typical molds, creating a moody, psychedelic style that should appeal to fans of alternative versions of the genre. The group's odd tendencies are compounded by eccentric live shows that includes trippy costumes and masks. Blood's production sounds both modern and vintage, pulling not only from trending genres such as dubstep, but also from classic laid-back jazz and soul. Digable Planets' fans should be plenty familiar with Butler's smooth flow already, but new listeners will find that his on-point delivery keeps the more glum, icy aspects of Shabazz Palaces' music firmly grounded in accessible territory.
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    An Evening With Mary Gauthier and Sam Baker--seated Show.
    Off BroadwaySeptember 19, 2014 8:00 PM
    3509 Lemp Avenue
    St. Louis, MO 63118
    Mary Gauthier is a folk singer/songwriter fromBaton Rouge, Louisiana.Born to a mother she never knew, Gauthier was left at St. Vincent's Women and Infants Asylum and was eventually adopted when she was a year old by an Italian Catholic couple. At the age of 15, Gauthier ran away and spent the next few years as a dug addict, staying in halfway houses and friends' house. Gauthier went on to serve her 18th birthday in a jail cell.After turning her life around, attending the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts and opening her own Cajun restaurant in Boston, Gauthier began to develop a strong interest in music.Developing a characteristic alternative country sound with strong Southern folk leanings, Gauthier released her debut album, Dixie Kitchen, in 1997 to favorable reviews.
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    Cymbals Eat Guitars
    Old Rock HouseSeptember 19, 2014
    1200 South 7th Street
    St. Louis, MO 63104
    Paying homage to the indie greats before them with every guitar riff and cymbal crash, band members of Cymbals Eat Guitars sound as though they belong to an era of straightforward indie rock that has since dissipated. Consistently compared to Modest Mouse, Built to Spill and Pavement, many have claimed the group is relying on influences and thus creating nothing new, but others have hailed the group as the second coming of classic indie rock, lauding them with hype and praise difficult to live up to. While the debate persists over whether or not this New York based quartet is living up to its reputation or not, Cymbals Eat Guitars continues to release hyped albums and sell out venues across the US.
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    St. Louis Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Reds
    Busch StadiumSeptember 19, 2014 7:15 PM
    700 Clark Street
    St. Louis, MO 63102
    The St. Louis Cardinals are a Major League Baseball team and a member of the National League Central Division. The team was established in 1882 as the St. Louis Brown Stockings and later joined the National League in 1892. The Cardinals have a bitter rivalry with the Chicago Cubs. The two teams are separated by less than 300 miles. Some of the best players in Cardinals history include Stan Musial, Bob Gibson and Ozzie Smith.
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    Fiddler On The Roof
    Robert G. Reim TheatreSeptember 20, 2014 4:00 PM
    111 South Geyer Road
    St. Louis, MO 63122
    The internationally-renowned, nine-time Tony Award-winning musical Fiddler on the Roof illustrates the story of a Jewish family living in 1905 Tsarist Russia. Centered around a poor Orthodox Jewish fiddler named Tevye, his wife Golde and their five daughters, the story explores the question of marrying for love or financial security and how to preserve tradition in a changing world. The production's smart and gripping material is sewn through with iconic songs, including "If I were a Rich Man," and "Matchmaker, Matchmaker," renditions of which have made their way into film, popular culture and even contemporary music.
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