While Jeff Tuohy has been most often compared to the likes of John Mayer, his pop-ish vocals and jazz emphasis instead of blues throws Tuohy closer to the likes of Gavin DeGraw.
Earlier this year, Bostonian folk singer and 14-album veteran, Ellis Paul, released his first children's folk album. Grandpa Stark welcomed Paul to the KDHX studios for a kid-friendly live performance on Musical Merry-Go-Round.
Not just another girl with a guitar, Marnie Stern pushes the envelope of female boisterous punk. Blending in a dash of every genre she can find, Stern creates a heart-pounding and electrifying sum evident in her recent visit to the KDHX studios.
Originally from Brooklyn, N.Y., O'Death is goth meets bluegrass/twang meets punk and iced with a deep, dark feeling of wicked.
So Many Dynamos combine the sound of what some may compare to Weezer or early Radiohead into their own frenetic Midwestern punk sum. The St. Louis natives gave a live performance on the Space Parlour.
For a punk rock band, the Ottomen's real strength stems from a creative spirit and performing style that often gives way to spontaneous composition -- if not combustion.