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Jay Farrar took to the stage on a steamy Saturday night, delivering a signature set of lonesome melodies.

Saturday's Twangfest finale had all the hallmarks of a rock n' roll homecoming: a sold out show, a parade of old friends on stage and off and a reliable supply of libations courtesy of Off Broadway.

Twangfest 19 brought the cool to a hot summer night on Thursday as Matthew Sweet graced the stage at Off Broadway.

Rock, soul and country music collided at the Demo on Saturday night as St. Louis welcomed Banditos from Birmingham, Alabama, a band recently signed to Bloodshot Records.

The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy brought together bands from far and near during a rocked-out show on Thursday night.

Austin-based Shakey Graves returned to the Ready Room in St. Louis on Thursday to find a packed house ready to jam along to his mix of country, blues and rock.

South St. Louis rocked on Record Store Day 2015 as the Heavy Anchor hosted an after-party featuring amped-up sets from a bevy of bands.

It was 1995 all over again on Saturday at Off Broadway as Twangfest celebrated the twentieth anniversaries of Wilco and Son Volt - the descendants of local legend Uncle Tupelo - with a concert of their debut albums, played track-for-track, back-to-back.

St. Louis rock 'n' roll took center stage on Saturday, as the Schlafly Tap Room hosted the debut performance of Endora, a new group fronted by Ellen the Felon.

St. Louis based CaveofswordS celebrated the release of their new album "Sigils" on Friday with a night of music for friends and fans at the Demo.

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