The Toadies‘ classic album, Rubberneck, hit its 20th anniversary this year and the Texas band is currently on the road to celebrate. On that schedule was a date at The Pageant, and the venue partnered with Vintage Vinyl to host a private performance at the Halo Bar. Pictures of the event after the jump!
Remember when Ume drove all night to make our jaws collectively drop at LouFest 2011? Similar good times were had when the trio played an in-store set this past weekend at Vintage Vinyl, prior to their show at The Firebird. Pick up their epic new album, Monuments, and check out some shots from the performance below.
If you didn’t have a ticket to American Aquarium‘s sold-out show with the Turnpike Troubadours at Off Broadway, you had the fortunate chance to catch them Vintage Vinyl. Mostly an acoustic affair with lead vocalist BJ Barham, the set was a treat for the intimate crowd. Seeing how the band just announced their slot at Willie Nelson’s Heartbreaker Banquet, I’m sure we’ll be hearing more about them once their new record comes out.
On their off-day during their current stint with Shovels & Rope, Hurray for the Riff Raff stopped by Vintage Vinyl for a great in-store performance to showcase new material from their latest release, Small Town Heroes.
Despite another wave of snow yet again covering St. Louis, Cults made it back to town for their evening show with The Pixies at the Peabody Opera House. With a few hours to spare in the afternoon, the Manhattan-based band set up shop at Vintage Vinyl for a full-band performance. Even though the bad weather had delayed the store for getting their copies of the band’s new LP, Static, getting treated to the new songs in-store was certainly a better deal.