The 10-piece soul group from Oklahoma City, Matt Stansberry & The Romance, makes frequent stops in St. Louis. This time they visited KDHX for a live session on the groovy Saturday evening show Gettin' Down To It with Sean Smothers.
Hailing from St. Louis and just east of St. Louis, Rat Rod Kings describe themselves as Mid-Western Honky-Rock, and they brought their fun-timin' sound to KDHX for this live set on Interstate with Pat Wolfe.
Chicago's JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound stopped by the KDHX studios and debuted live versions of three brand new songs, "Heatbeat," "Playing With Fire," and "Drive."
New hard-edged girl-powerrred grunge group Dilly Dally made their way to the KDHX studios on their first tour throughout the states and just following the release of their debut record, 'Sore" out on Partisan Records.
Langhorne Slim stopped by KDHX with multi-instumentalist Casey McAllister for a live stripped down radio session on just acoustic guitar and accordion.
Rounder recording artist JD McPherson and his band stopped into KDHX for a stripped-down set of songs and interview. He debuted his brand new song "Crazy Horse" on Steam-Powered Radio and discussed producing a forthcoming album from The Cactus Blossoms.
A music staple of St. Louis since 2009, Brothers Lazaroff delivered new songs from their album, 'Day and Night,' live on the KDHX airwaves.