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Concert review: David Robertson and the symphony provide food for thought at Powell Hall, September 27 and 28
This weekend’s St. Louis Symphony  program, conducted by David Robertson,  was brilliantly crafted to illustrate “Mortality, Memory, Mastery” (mastery in this case indicating transcendence and overcoming death).  Listeners may or may not have agreed with the linking of three such…
Concert review: Douglas Niedt displays rare talent in Classical Guitar Society concert on Saturday, September 27
Pianist Margaret Peterson, a professor of mine years ago, once observed that great musicians are great regardless of what instrument they play.  Doug Niedt is one of those rare musicians whose talent transcends any limitations.  Although thoroughly committed to his…
Concert review: Brett Dennen woos and wins at the Old Rock House, Monday, September 29
The opening number for Brett Dennen's concert at the Old Rock House on Monday night was a good as any indicator that this boyish, red-haired, singer-songwriting phenom has some love issues.
Concert review: John Prine, the singing mailman, delivers (with opener Amanda Shires) at the Touhill Performing Arts Center, Friday, September 26
A stop at the "Bluegrass Shack" with a mention of the name John Prine elicited a distinctive response from Earl, who sat behind the counter: “He's a legend.” With that thought in mind, Prine fans, including plenty of St. Louis…
Sarah Jarosz
Ever since the first National Folk Festival was held here in 1934, St. Louis has served as an ambassador for the eclectic mix of music called folk. So it's fitting that KDHX, the Sheldon and St. Louis serve as the…
Spoon at the Pageant
When Spoon's Britt Daniel talked to KDHX's Kevin Korinek, he described the band's new album, "They Want My Soul," as one for playing on a car stereo. With shimmery synthesizers and guitar pedal work, the live possibilities of taking this…
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