The Devil Makes Three, after 10 years playing together, may be at their zenith, thus far.
With influences like Curtis Mayfield, the Meters and Quincy Jones, the Provels are St. Louis' soul providers.
Richard Smith first picked up the guitar when he was 5 years old and soon became a child prodigy.
This City of Takers formed in 2009 as a post-punk, indie rock unit and they have been storming stages ever since.
The Wood Brothers grew up around music and poetry, but took their own paths with their muse.
Jon Hardy and the Public have, for some time now, been a bit of a local secret here in St. Louis, but wider appreciation may be coming, and is certainly due.
Sean Rowe, environmentalist and musician, has found a way to meld his love of the earth and his art.
Syrhea Conaway is a very busy woman, performing solo as Syna So Pro, but also with other St. Louis acts.
Formed in Minneapolis in 1985, the Jayhawks started as bit of a country rock entity, but took on more musical styles through the years as Gary Louris took on more song writing.
Luke Winslow King may not be from New Orleans, but he found his heart and his music there, a testament to the notion that the home you find is often better than the one into which you're born.