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  • PICTURES: Alice Cooper with Halestorm and Motionless in White

    The original theatrical rocker, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Indictee, and avid golfer, Alice Cooper joined forces with Grammy Winning Halestorm for a rockin’ good time at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre. Seventy-one year old Cooper showed no signs of aging during his “Ol’ Black Eyes is Back” summer tour, playing favorites spanning his entire musical career. Lzzy Hale and her band Halestorm rocked the house as well, along with Motionless in White serving as show opener.

  • PICTURES: Beck with Cage the Elephant, Spoon and Wild Belle

    To the delight of thousands of alt rock fans, Beck and Cage the Elephant brought their A-Game to Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in support of their Night Running tour. Spoon and Wild Belle performed admirably as opening acts during a lengthy and entertaining evening of melody and slight stage mayhem.

  • PICTURES: Peter Frampton with Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening

    Peter Frampton was diagnosed with the inflammatory muscle disease Inclusion-Body Myositis about eight years ago… which is why his current tour is billed as his Final Farewell. Frampton entertained thousands of classic rock fans with a collection of original songs and cover versions spanning over 5 decades including selections from his recent blues inspired recordings. Opening the night  was Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening covering his father’s band’s lengthy catalog of music.

  • PICTURES: Heart with Sheryl Crow and Lucie Silvas

    Classic rockers Heart brought their sister act to Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on Tuesday, July 9. Siblings Ann and Nancy Wilson have been making music together nearly 5 decades and showed no signs of slowing during the kickoff show on their Love Alive Summer Tour. The concert also featured nine-time Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter, and Kennett, Missouri native Cheryl Crow along with British singer-songwriter Lucie Silvas.

  • PICTURES: Fairview Heights Rotary Club Charity Bikini Bull Ride

    The event was billed as the area’s wildest charity event… it may well have been. If nothing else, it was a unique attempt by the Fairview Heights (Illinois) Rotary Club to raise funds for their mission to end polio in our lifetime. Female & Male contestants vied for braggin’ rights and cash prizes – plus a big championship belt buckle. The Bikini Bull Ride, Saturday, June 22 at Zapata’s Mexican Restaurant was Buckin’ Awesome.

  • PICTURES: Death Cab For Cutie at Stifel Theatre

    Alternative rockers Death Cab For Cutie found time to stop in St Louis on Monday, June 8 during their current tour and filled Stifel Theatre with their unique sound. The Chicago-based band, Lala Lala, fronted by Lillie West was the show opener.

  • PICTURES: Paranormal Cirque part 2

    Under the black and red big top tent, you’ll find acrobats of the air, illusionists, freaks, mysterious creatures and all the elements that make you think of a “normal” Circus, but that’s where the similarity ends. Paranormal Cirque brought its new show to St Louis featuring a crazy, yet frightfully fun fusion of Circus, theatre, and cabaret.

  • PICTURES: Paranormal Cirque part 1

    Under the black and red big top tent, you’ll find acrobats of the air, illusionists, freaks, mysterious creatures and all the elements that make you think of a “normal” Circus, but that’s where the similarity ends. Paranormal Cirque brought its new show to St Louis featuring a crazy, yet frightfully fun fusion of Circus, theatre, and cabaret.

  • PICTURES: Blues Stanley Cup Final Watch Party – part 3

    Blues fans from around the world gathered at Ballpark Village for the 2019 Stanley Cup Final deciding game 7 between the St Louis Blues and Boston Bruins. It was a rematch 49 years in the making. Emotions and enthusiasm were at an all time high, except maybe for the three Bruins supporters in attendance.

  • PICTURES: Blues Stanley Cup Final Watch Party – part 2

    Blues fans from around the world gathered at Ballpark Village for the 2019 Stanley Cup Final deciding game 7 between the St Louis Blues and Boston Bruins. It was a rematch 49 years in the making. Emotions and enthusiasm were at an all time high, except maybe for the three Bruins supporters in attendance.

  • PICTURES: Blues Stanley Cup Final Watch Party – part 1

    Blues fans from around the world gathered at Ballpark Village for the 2019 Stanley Cup Final deciding game 7 between the St Louis Blues and Boston Bruins. It was a rematch 49 years in the making. Emotions and enthusiasm were at an all time high, except maybe for the three Bruins supporters in attendance.

  • PICTURES: St Louis Blues Stanley Cup Parade – part 4

    A river of Blues fans flooded the streets of downtown St. Louis for a party and parade 52 years in the making. It had been 49 years since the Blues last played in the Stanley Cup finals, only to lose to Bobby Orr and the Boston Bruins. But this year’s Blues-Bruins rematch would have a different outcome ending with the long awaited victory march down Market Street.

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