El Monstero is a must see for any Pink Floyd fan. The show is an edgier, more theatrical alternative to other tribute shows that are out there. Every year, the band sells out The Pageant in St. Louis for 7 consecutive nights.
Needless to say, it’s an immersive show; while ironic considering The Wall’s themes of isolation, the stage set-up makes for a thrilling communal experience.
It’s the parabolic motion of projectiles. Or, as Isaac Newton stated, what goes up must come down — that is, everything except Clutch.
Earth Rocker created an insurmountable peak. But Psychic Warfare has altered laws of physics by elevating the smart songwriting and impressive performances of that last album, setting an even higher benchmark as their now-definitive album to date.
SCT audience favorite Johnnie Angelia King returns in a solo concert evening focused on everything she does best jazz, blues and R&B!
Grab lunch to go and head to the Annex at The Creamery Arts Center Friday, February 9 for the first-ever Wild Bob's Lunch with singer-songwriter Paul Phariss 12:15-12:45pm.
Grab lunch to go and head to the Annex at The Creamery Arts Center Friday, March 9 for Wild Bob's Lunch with singer-songwriter Eddie Gumucio 12:15-12:45pm. Gumucio will share songs written for Wild Bob's Musical Book Club, Springfield's monthly book club featuring local songwriters inspired by different texts.
Grab lunch to go and head to the Annex at The Creamery Arts Center Friday, July 14 for the first-ever Wild Bob's Lunch with singer-songwriter Kevin Cott, 12:15-12:45pm.
The historic Gillioz Theatre is proud to host Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots on November 18th, 2017 at 8:00PM. VIP Pre-Show Meet & Greet tickets are $80, with regular tickets for $30 and they go on sale Friday, August 25th at 10AM.