When I was a teenager in the '90s going to shows, I thought most local bands were just what you sat through, while waiting for the headliner. Why would I want to pay money to see a band that’s in my own city, who no one has ever heard of? What if I don’t like the band?
The Blind Eyes evolved out of retro garage band the Gentlemen Callers to become one of Saint Louis' most reliable indie rock outfits. The group brings its upbeat, hook-laden pop to the Magnolia Avenue Studios of KDHX as part of the Space Parlour: Live In St. Louis Series.
Syna So Pro loops and layers synths, guitar, bass, violin and vocals into something otherworldly and dreamlike on her debut album Make Two People Happy. Hear her perform live on the Space Parlour as part of the Live in St. Louis Series.
The Sullivan family band, the Red-Headed Strangers, strive to keep traditional country music alive in St. Louis. This eight-piece group showcases vocal harmonies, fine musicianship and camaraderie.