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Album review: Noam Pikelny's 'Beat the Devil and Carry a Rail' is beautiful, polished -- and funny
Noam Pikelny "Beat the Devil and Carry a Rail" Compass In "Beat the Devil and Carry a Rail," his latest solo release, Noam Pikelny has created a moving, playful collection that features so much top-flight playing it can make your…
Friday night St. Louis Symphony Resident Conductor Ward Stare had neither score nor baton but lots of panache when he stepped up to the podium to conduct an utterly captivating Schubert “Symphony No 5”.
Concert review: Pokey LaFarge, Ryan Spearman and Betse Ellis deliver a folk music clinic at the Sheldon Concert Hall, Thursday, December 1
"American music is alive and well. This is the new classical music," Pokey LaFarge emphasized partway through his first-ever concert with Ryan Spearman. Appropriate, since they were celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Folk School of St. Louis at the…
Concert review: Ramsey Lewis Electric Band graces Jazz at the Bistro, Wednesday, November 30
There is something about the opening number of a jazz act that is timeless. On the first night of a four-night stand in St. Louis, Ramsey Lewis Electric Band kept it cool with electric jazz that captured that feeling all through…
Concert review and set lists: Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers and Jon McLaughlin bring the spirit of rock 'n' roll to the Duck Room, Tuesday, November 29
Rock 'n' roll is what made Blueberry Hill famous, and Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers continued that tradition in spades Tuesday night at the Duck Room.
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