Sugar Free Allstars bring rocking good times to family music that will delight both adults and children.
Dave Wakeling was instrumental in bringing the driving sound of ska and reggae to post punk in an otherwise bleak era of big hair, shoulder pads, MTV and Columbian No-Doz.
After a long career fronting the Recoys and then the Walkmen, Hamilton Leithauser has gone solo, has a new album and a sound that allows him to be closer, more personal and exhibit a freedom that may have been missing from his earlier work.
If Green Day and Captain Kangaroo were to have a love child, it might sound a little like the punky fun of the Boogers making family-friendly rock and roll.
The first lyrics in this session sum up a lot about Old 97s: "We've been doing this longer than you've been alive."
Hailing from Hazelwood Missouri, Lions of Hazelwood combine vintage blues and cranked-up rock with an effortless swagger.
Bobby Bare Jr was born into country music royalty, with George Jones and Tammy Wynette as next door neighbors, and many opportunities for the easy path lay at his feet, but he took a route of his own design.
Garage rockers, Black Lips, have a history of wild stage antics that translates into their studio work. While it does constitute a bit of a departure, their latest work is no exception.
Willy Vlautin is not only a great lyricist and songwriter, he's an accomplished novelist with 4 completed works that have garnered much critical praise.
St. Louis' own Fumer raises a rocking ruckus of noise and bluster. Do these guys know we sit almost directly on the New Madrid fault?