Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, the Urge, Shular King, Jagged Edge

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FRIDAY

Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Jeremy Short

When 8:00 pm November 25 • Where Blueberry Hill Duck Room, 6504 Delmar Boulevard, University City • How much $18-$20 • More information ticket master. com

Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band returns roaring with their latest album, ‘Dance Songs for Hard Times’, the follow-up to ‘The Front Porch Sessions’ (2017). The album was a #1 hit on Billboard magazine’s blues album chart. It was produced by Vance Powell, who also worked with Jack White and Chris Stapleton. By Kevin C. Johnson

My posse in fact, we practiced Santeria

When 8:00 pm November 25 • Where Delmar Hall, 6133 Delmar Boulevard • How much $15-$20 • More information ticket master. com

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The Beastie Boys’ album ‘Check Your Head’ is getting the celebratory treatment this weekend from St. Louis tribute act My Posse in Effect. “Check Your Head” is the third album by Beastie Boys and included “Pass the Mic”, “So What’cha Want”, “Gratitude” and “Jimmy James”. My Posse in Effect replicates the classic hip-hop group with its three emcees, a DJ and visuals from the Beastie Boys video collection. The show also includes We Practiced Santeria: A Tribute to Sublime. By Kevin C. Johnson

The Urge, Funky Butt Brass Band, Orangetree

When 7.30 pm November 25 • Where The Election, 6161 Delmar Boulevard • How much Out of stock • More information ticket master. com

Fans of the Urge know that when Thanksgiving rolls around, it’s concert time. The Urge is targeting a major milestone in 2023: the 25th anniversary of the “Master of Styles” album. By Kevin C. Johnson

When 19:30 and 22:00 25-26 Nov, 19:00 27 Nov • Where Helium Comedy Club, St. Louis Galleria, 1151 St. Louis Galleria Street, Richmond Heights • How much $22-$30 • More information helium comedy. com

Shuler King has an interesting performance when he’s not out making people laugh at comedy clubs. He is a funeral director for his family business in South Carolina. At least he has a solid backup plan if the comedy thing is a bust. But in his case that is certainly not an issue. By Kevin C. Johnson

SATURDAY

When November 26, 8:00 PM, November 27, 3:00 PM • Where Powell Hall, 718 North Grand Boulevard • How much $15-$93 • More information 314-534-1700; slso.org

Music from Italy is the theme of this week’s St. Louis Symphony Orchestra concerts. Conductor Xian Zhang and pianist George Li make their SLSO debut. Two works by Ottorino Respighi are on display: “Fountains of Rome” and “Pines of Rome.” The concert also includes Rachmaninoff’s “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini” and Rossini’s “Overture to L’Italiana in Algeri”. By Daniel Durchholz

SUNDAY

Jagged Edge, Dru Hill, Ginuwine

When 6:00 pm November 27 • Where Stifel Theater, 1400 Market Street • How much $79-$169 • More information ticket master. com

While we think it might be a bit much to call Jagged Edge, Dru Hill, and Ginuwine “R&B Kings,” we can easily say this: All three throwback R&B acts have plenty of hits under their belt. Tune in when the “R&B Kings” tour hits the Stifel Theater stage this weekend. By Kevin C. Johnson

MONDAY

When 7.30 pm November 28 • Where 560 Music Center, 560 Trinity Avenue, University City • How much $41 • More information 314-941-6309; chambermusicstl.org

Audience favorites account for this performance from the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis. They include Mozart’s Flute Quartet No. 1, Hoffstetter’s “String Quartet in F” and Dvorák’s Piano Quintet in A. The concert will be recorded for online presentation from December 6. By Daniel Durchholz

TUESDAY

When 7:00 PM November 29 • Where Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, 1 Touhill Circle • How much Free • More information normandysc.org

“The Big Bad Day” is something worth huffing and puffing about. Written and performed by students of the Normandy Schools Collaborative. It is an original one-act opera based on Jon Scieszka’s book ‘The True Story of the Three Little Pigs’. The production is a collaboration between NSC, Opera Theater of St. Louis, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and the E. Desmond Lee Fine Arts Education Collaborative at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. By Daniel Durchholz

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