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Concert review: Cowboy Junkies dive into the darkness at the Sheldon Concert Hall, Wednesday, April 18
Wednesday night started rough for the Cowboy Junkies. Lead singer Margo Timmins was recovering from a week-long illness, pulling away from the microphone to quietly cough while sipping mug after mug of hot tea.
Album review: Brothers Lazaroff continue their journey through Americana with 'Science Won'
Brothers Lazaroff "Science Won" Self-released Brothers Lazaroff are ever-evolving. From their Austin-inspired alt-country beginnings, they've added new layers of other forms of American music with each album.
Concert review: Hanni El Khatib wins with fuzz, funk and a whisper at the Old Rock House, Tuesday, April 17
Blame belated Tax Day, the Cardinals home game or Willie Nelson's set at the Pageant for the small crowd at the Old Rock House for Los Angeles garage punk/bluesman Hanni El Khatib.
Concert review: Willie Nelson mixes it up at the Pageant, Tuesday, April 17
Don't let the oversize Texas flag hanging behind the stage or the unfortunate Toby Keith collaboration fool you. Willie Nelson is not simply a country artist.
Concert review: The Gramophone doubles down on funk with T Bird and the Breaks and the Diplomats of Solid Sound, Sunday, April 15
As a heavy rain fell on St. Louis, two bands showered fans at the Gramophone with punchy, Memphis-style grooves at a KDHX-welcomed event.
Concert review: Music of the night (and day) with the St. Louis Symphony and pianist Leon Fleisher Saturday and Sunday, April 14 and 15
In case you’re wondering where all the brass players in St. Louis were this weekend, they were at Powell Hall raising a ruckus in Prokofiev’s infrequently played “Scythian Suite”, an electrifying performance of which closed this weekend’s concerts at Powell…
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