Prodigal songs, wayward grooves, lyrical detours, soul folk in action – that's Feel Like Going Home, with Roy Kasten, three hours of indie rock, errant twang, dusty blues and acoustic-electric ballads.
From rock to bebop, pop to hip hop, classic soul to Americana, if it breaks your heart, punches you in the gut or makes you so giddy with joy you dance around your kitchen or sing along to the car radio, you just might hear it on Monday mornings. Cat Pick will be your savior, steadfast and true; she'll come to your Emotional Rescue.
Steve Pick brings you Sound Salvation. It's 3 hours of the best new music liberally mixed with all the classics of the last century's worth of pop music, rock & roll, jazz, blues, country, soul and more. If it's worth hearing, you'll find it on Sound Salvation.
The Space Parlour presents an eccentric combination of art rock, psychedelia, folk, new wave and other inventive alternative sounds, with an additional focus on B-sides, rarities and live recordings. It's parlour music, space music and everything in between.
Veteran turntablist Doug Morgan spins up a dizzying array of rock & roll, rap, reggae and soul 2-3:30 p.m. Then alter ego Doug Love (but they call him Mr. Tibbs) kicks off St. Louis radio's longest running hip-hop mix.
Drea is the Other One -- the other Deadhead, that is. Every Tuesday afternoon she brings you music that influenced the Dead and that the Dead influenced, everything from folk, rock, jazz and blues, along with the Grateful Dead, Dead cover bands and who knows what else.
Add a woman to radio and you've got "Dangerous Curves." Join host Sherri Danger as she presents her unique female perspective on music -- just remember to wear your seat belts. It's Dangerous Curves, and she's driving, every Monday afternoon.
Songwriters Showcase features some of the best new music in the folk and country traditions, ranging from sensitive singer-songwriters to crunching alt-country. You'll hear about people who will be appearing soon in the area, and get a sampling of in-studio performances too. Songwriters Showcase was founded in 1987 by Larry Weir.
The Back Country brings you the traditional sounds and styles of country music from the 1920s to the contemporary artists who infuse their music with that tradition. The Back Country has Jimmie Rodgers and Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Wayne Raney and Wayne Hancock, Cousin Emmy and Emmylou Harris. Host Jeff Corbin also regularly celebrates birthdays, milestones in country music history and special theme shows.
Straight-ahead bluegrass -- no Astroturf -- hosted by Walter and Willa Volz. Part of each show will be dedicated to "Homegrown Grass" featuring artists from Missouri and Illinois both past and present, and festival and concert information, too.
Head across the tracks to Hip City, where soul, funk, R&B and hip hop all blissfully coexist, and no one discriminates against dance music, no matter the genre. The desired effect is what you get with Chris, every Wednesday afternoon.
Get an Uncontrollable Urge with bobEE Sweet. From the music your grandparents love to the music your parents hate, from iconoclasts to copycats, from old time to new wave, we'll liberate Wednesday afternoons with sound. There will be occasional specials on a variety of themes and events. That's Uncontrollable Urge on 88.1 KDHX. Independent music plays here.
Brother Dan takes you on a musical journey that's on the outside looking in, a late night dose of progressive jazz mixed with some unknown rock musicians that might just become new favorites. As Adrian Belew said, "This is where everything smokes." It's the Smoking Lounge, where nothing is taboo.
Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst explores the music of the '60s with an emphasis on British Invasion and Mersey Beat, tracing those branches to the present day using examples from different decades. Selections echo the music of the sixties including power pop, jangle pop, pub rock, glitter and glam rock, neo-psychedelia and indie pop.
Join your navigator Allen as he guides you from Abbey Road to Positively 4th Street, Beirut to Zip City, and all musical points in between. It's a wide mix of rock, Americana, power pop, alternative country and more.
The Mid-Day Jamboree with Fred Gumaer brings you the history of country music including early string bands, bluegrass, western swing, honky tonk and rockabilly styles, as well as contemporary, roots-oriented country artists.
Ital-K brings you positive, danceable, uplifting songs showcasing the history of reggae. From the UK to Jamaica, Bob Marley to Steel Pulse, Marcia Griffiths to Sylvia Tella, Dennis Brown to Macka B, and beyond, there's nothing quite like Ital Rhythms.
Jump on the Musical Merry-Go-Round with Grandfather Paul Stark as he shares 2 hours of family friendly music, stories and guests. You'll hear music from all genres and time periods, suitable for anyone of any age. If you've got a song suggestion or show comment, send Grandfather Stark a message at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.musicalmerrygoround.org for musician links, coloring pages, games and more.
Ital-K brings you Reggae Reunion, an eclectic mix of Caribbean music from around the world. Exposing local talent and internationally recognized artists, Reggae Reunion is an all natural experience of positive and mentally stimulating music, with the occasional artist interview as well.
Bruceman brings you the Lion's Den. It's 2 hours of high-octane rock & roll, featuring rare tracks from bands you know, hard to find albums and a healthy dose of one-hit wonders from the '60s and '70s.
Bruce B. with deep blues, classic soul and hot R&B, alternating with Rich Barta and his mix of blues, soul, R&B, jazz and doo-wop. Tune in every Sunday evening for blues you can only get in Chicken Shack Alley.
Marjie Kennedy is your host for vocal music from all over the world. Mostly unaccompanied by instruments, Lotsa A Cappella ranges from funk to jazz to rock & roll, bawdy madrigals and saintly motets, the ringing chords of traditional barbershop quartets, authentic tribal chants, Southern-style shape note singing, the twang of bluegrass, the fervor of gospel, the croon of doo-wop and more.
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St. Louis based Beth Bombara is a singer-songwriter who performs Americana music. She was named the 2012 Best Singer-Songwriter by the Riverfront Times. Beth recently stopped by the Magnolia Studios to…
Studio 501 – Every Saturday, 9pm-1:30am, $5 or free w/ Black Box Theater ticket
Every Saturday night, Studio 501 in the Kranzberg Arts Center will be hosting live jazz/soul with Bob Deboo & friends. This pop-up jazz...