Posts Tagged ‘mo’

CAVO show moved to Outland Ballroom

October 9, 2009

Cavo_Remmingtons_gsSt. Louis’ own chart-topper Cavo was set to hit Remmington’s Downtown on Tuesday (October 13), but the show has been moved to the Outland Ballroom. The show also features St. Louisans Brookroyal and Springfield’s own Glass Bottom Boat Ride. This reduced and capacity significantly. With Cavo having a top 10 single on the radio this is sure to sell out. If you actually want to get in the door to see them, you’d better get your tix online NOW at We’ll see you there.

Breaking Benjamin to play Shrine Mosque in Springfield, MO Dec. 6

October 6, 2009


Breaking Benjamin just announced a small slew of tour dates including one in Springfield, MO on December 6. They’re touring in support of their latest release, “Dear Agony.” These guys are no strangers to Springfield and are Rockfest vets so be ready for one hell of a party. More info…


Local favorites, The Boogeymen to hit the studio

October 5, 2009


Just heard from Trent Wilson, ehm uh…I mean, Diablo Maximus, from The Boogeymen. Looks like the group will be hitting the studio on Wednesday, October 7 to begin recording. He said they’re hoping to have something ready by Halloween. Mwuhaha, perfect!

Z106.7 is now 106.7 The River ***UPDATED***

October 1, 2009


As of noon today (Thusday, October 1), Journal Broadcast Group changed the format of 106.7 FM. Z106.7, the main competition in the modern-rock segment with Q102.1 FM, has now been replaced with 106.7 The River. The River will be a jockless, music-intensive station that will play the largest variety of any station in Springfield, with songs spanning 5 decades from the 60’s to now. We have more details about the switch after the break.

***UPDATE: We’ve included the official press release from the station after the break, as well.***


At the FourFour Fest with Kurtzender, Part 5

September 20, 2009

This is part 5. Thanks for attending, volunteering, playing and watching. If you didn’t get to go this year, watch all the videos and start preparing to rock next year! Sit back, relax and enjoy the 2nd annual FourFour Fest.

At the FourFour Fest with Kurtzender, Part 3

September 20, 2009

This is part 3. Thanks for attending, volunteering, playing and watching. If you didn’t get to go this year, watch all the videos and start preparing to rock next year! Sit back, relax and enjoy the 2nd annual FourFour Fest.

High Strung and The Percussion Shop to merge

September 15, 2009

highstrungHot off the phone line…we just heard word from Dave Harp, owner of High Strung Music and former Percussion Shop employee from back in the day, that High Strung and The Percussion Shop will be merging. Details…


Rock Talk (9/13/09): FourFourFest compilation preview with guest hosts Johan from Black Box Revue and Toad from Cropdusters

September 14, 2009


So…if you haven’t heard yet, we’re throwing a freakin’ block party on South Ave. between Walnut and McDaniel this Saturday from 11am–11pm with 18 bands, DJ tent all day, food, and more! We’re also tying in a compilation CD featuring 16 of the acts performing (available for only $5 at festival!).

This week on Rock Talk, we preview the compilation in its entirety along with our co-hosts and festival headliners, Johan from Black Box Revue and Toad from Cropdusters (we also feature some great music from our two headliners as well) 🙂

Listen in now…and buy the compilation at the fest!


Rock Talk (9/6/09) w/Roots of Mankind, The Seed, 417 Sounds, We Are Like The Spider, This Night Is Forever and Pick Four from the FourFour

September 9, 2009


Z106.7’s Rock Talk (episode 9/6/09) was an amazing night…one of our most fun and diverse episodes yet! We had jam, rock, dj/dance/electro, dance rock and pop rock/metal. Then we slam you with the Pick Four from TheFourFour featuring FourFourFest 2009 artists. Listen in after the break.


Gas Pump Talent recordings at last!

September 9, 2009

gaspumptalentGas Pump Talent has posted some brand new recordings on their MySpace. Gas Pump is known for their regular gigs at Ebbett’s Field on Walnut Street in Springfield, MO. We’ve caught them a few times and enjoyed along with crowds of rowdy college drinkers. Check them out here:

Springfield Music to host drum clinic with Carmine Appice (feat. local musicians!)

August 27, 2009

Just got a call from Jason Spell (Employee at Springfield Music, guitar/Poor Man’s Vision) and he let me know about an awesome drum clinic at Springfield Music going on tonight at 7pm that he and another local will get to play at. Carmine Appice will be in the store tonight at 7pm to do the clinic. He’s drummed for Ozzy Osbourne, Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Rod Stewart and did studio work for Pink Floyd. Details…


Lyal Strickland mega-update (new album, website and cd release shows)

August 26, 2009

lycalsticklandJust got a big update from local singer/songwriter Lyal Strickland detailing out a ton of stuff he’s been up to. He’s got a whole new album, new website, (not one but) three release party/shows, a radio promo blitz and more! You may be even more interested in the radio blitz because he’ll be giving away free CDs and posters. Details after the jump…


New weekly show at Lindberg’s starting tonight: with members of Cropdusters, Sweetwater Abiline and Todd Balisle

August 25, 2009

jebWe love weekly shows…that reliable pick me up that you can always count on. I just scanned the MOrawk board and saw this and about crapped myself. This would be a sweet freakin show on any given weekend, but nooooOOoooo – they’re doing it EVERY TUESDAY!


When is the last time you checked out our Pics & Vids?

August 24, 2009

We make it a point to hit as many shows as we can possibly get to. We usually have our camera too…and we tend to shoot a ton of pics and vids. Sometimes we even get really lucky and wander into a Big Smith show with members of Speakeasy on stage as they play Michael Jackson’s hit “Billy Jean” a few days after he passed. Check out our YouTube and Flickr for tons and tons of videos and photos from shows.


Jesse James Wax Museum announces EP release/farewell show and name change

August 18, 2009

RedSquareBeatLayout2Local favorite Jesse James Wax Museum has announced its EP release and farewell show. The band recently changed its name to simply JJWM to coincide with the changing style of the music. The band will no longer go by Jesse James Wax Museum but simply JJWM. More details on the show, EP and more on the flip side of this little link…