Tag Archives: Cafe Acoustic

Up Front with Danny R. Phillips: The Creeps

The Creeps next show: Friday February 17 @ Café Acoustic Concert Hall By Danny R. Phillips Does punk rock have a true place in St. Joseph’s diverse music scene? St. Joe resident purveyors of punk, The Creeps think there is. … Continue reading

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Concert Review: The Coterie at Cafe Acoustic 7/16/15 in St. Joseph, MO

Volume doesn’t scare those who aren’t faint of heart. Every acoustic singer probably has the urge to plug in and rock every now and then. A great example is The Coterie led by chief singer/songwriter Matthew Coman and the band … Continue reading

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VOT Posters – The GasTown Lamps and The Empty Pockets at Cafe Acoustic

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VOT Concert Posters! – Holy Mother Exhaust, Dsoedean, Cupcake

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Concert Review: Christopher Bell at Cafe Acoustic in St. Joseph, MO on 6/26/14

Sometimes the show is as valuable as the music being played at a concert.This doesn’t happen often but is definitely the case at a Christopher Bell show. To be quite honest it is difficult to keep your eyes off of … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: Money For Nothin’ / Gas Pump Talent

WHO’S PLAYING?  Gas Pump Talent (Springfield, MO) Money For Nothin’ (St. Joseph, MO) WHAT TO EXPECT?  A floor stompin’, drunken good time with lots of sing alongs… Gas Pump Talent is possibly the best out of town band that has rolled … Continue reading

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Concert Review: GasTown Lamps and Sexwolph at Cafe Acoustic, 11/9/13

The change had really been coming for a while but it seemed very sudden at the time and the result was unpredictable. One of St. Joseph’s strongest draws, The GasTown Lamps, saw an opportunity to expand their sound and jumped … Continue reading

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