Entertainment

Maureen McGovern to perform at the Sheldon

The Sheldon will present Maureen McGovern at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 17, in the perfect acoustics of the Sheldon Concert Hall. A two-time Grammy-nominated vocalist, McGovern celebrates the music of the 1960s and ’70s, performing the timeless songs of the Beatles, Carole King, Bob Dylan and more from her latest album, “A Long and Winding

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RADIOHEAD

Byline: By ALAN SCULLEY For the Call With its three most recent CDs, 2000’s “Kid A,” 2001’s “Amnesiac” and the recently released “Hail to the Thief,” Radiohead has done more to reinvent their musical image than any other band or artist in recent memory.

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For the Deftones, the music is what matters

Byline: By ALAN SCULLEY For the Call The Deftones’ 2000 CD, “White Pony” gave the Sacramento, Calif.-band a commercial breakthrough, producing a hit single in “Change (In the House of Flies)” and becoming the first million-selling re-lease in the Deftones’ career.

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Korn continues to prove it’’s ‘‘Untouchable’’

By ALAN SCULLEY For the Call Since Korn released its latest platinum-plus CD, “Untouchables,” last year, plenty of critics and fans have noted that “Untouchables” puts a stronger melodic accent on the band’s sound with vocalist Jonathan Davis, in particular, showcasing more of his singing capabilities.

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Formerly Grateful are now just Dead and coming to St. Louis

Byline: Last summer, when the four surviving members of the Grateful Dead – guitarist/singer Bob Weir, bassist Phil Lesh and drummers Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann – performed together for the first time since the 1995 death of Jerry Garcia brought an end to the Grateful Dead, it was cause of celebration for fans of the legendary jam band.

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