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Jason Warren

Rivetheads, goth girls and kilted men donned in all black lined Manchester Avenue outside the Ready Room waiting for the industrial sonic and visual assault of KMFDM on Wednesday night.

Jay Farrar graced the familiar red velvet backdrop of Off Broadway Saturday night as part of the Open Highway Music Festival. Fans milled with anticipation on the club's ever growing courtyard and slowly filed inside its brick walls.

Sunday, 21 June 2015 12:00

Great Lake Swimmers 6/21/15

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Great Lake Swimmers brought their eco-conscious indie folk to the KDHX studios to present new interpretations of their latest album, "A Forest of Arms."

There was something different in the air Friday night at Twangfest 19 with Nadine, Lydia Loveless and the Trio Project. A sense of reunion, mourning and celebration occupied the crowd in the cool mugginess on St. Louis' south side.

Tuesday, 19 May 2015 12:00

Sam Prekop with Archer Prewitt 5/19/15

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In this session, Sam Prekop with Archer Prewitt, one hears Prekop's dreams of sonic landscapes forged by Brian Eno, Robert Fripp and Philip Glass.

"I've had the image of this place in my mind since we first played here and we booked the show a year ago." This was the first comment from Suzy Bogguss as she and her band took the stage of the Sheldon Concert Hall Friday night.

Thursday, 21 August 2014 13:00

The Coathangers 8/21/14

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The Coathangers prove there is more to the Atlanta music scene than the Allman Brothers, Mastodon's prog-metal and the adventurous hip-hop of Outkast.

As I stepped into the Old Rock House this past Friday night, the pre-show music wasn't random. To diehard fans of guitarist and songwriter Adrian Belew the sounds of the Tom Tom Club, David Bowie, Frank Zappa and the Talking Heads were eerily familiar.

Wednesday, 01 October 2014 12:00

Matisyahu 10/1/14

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Matisyahu brings his Jewish heritage and new music into the lexicon of reggae. His new album "Akeda" still finds him exploring his faith and expanding his music vocabulary with reggae dominating his soul.

Grand Center bustled with activity Friday night. Within a two-block radius, Wynton Marsalis christened the newly remodeled Jazz at the Bistro, Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band brought back memories at the Fabulous Fox, and nestled just around the corner, tucked away on Washington Avenue, Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives held court at the Sheldon Concert Hall. As Marsalis is to jazz, Stuart is to classic country music: the music of myth and legends, too numerous to be listed.

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