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By the 1930s, France Laux was known as the Dean of Baseball Announcers. He had called St. Louis Cardinals and Browns games since the 1920s, becoming an institution throughout the Midwest, and yet few today remember his name. He is no Jack Buck, no Vin Scully, no Harry Caray. But the story begins here, with him.

“The St. Louis music scene is very diverse—there are just so many genres of music being played here,” says Penny Moon, a local musician who plays in several bands and runs the largest band agency in the metro area. “And there are a lot of bands playing music that is not mainstream.” Of particular note is a vital tribute band scene where you can catch versions of KISS, Fleetwood Mac, Guns & Roses, Beatles, Elvis, and more. “The tribute scene is incredible here, but there’s also a burlesque scene. You can find everything here.”

At the 800-seat Sheldon Concert Hall , the list includes Andy Waggoner’s Annual Christmas Concert (Dec. 7); Spanish Harlem Orchestra (Dec. 8); Rick Thum (Dec. 14); 13th Annual Christmas in the Kitchen (Dec. 19); and Peter Mayer (Dec. 21).


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