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The self-proclaimed "baddest 12 piece funk band in Saint Louis," Udi and His Fellow Villagers put their groove where their mouth is, and more than live up to the name.
More a collective than a conventional band, the members of the Void Union create an anarchic, joyous ska sound that captures the modern urban experience.
When it comes to kid-friendly music, Celia is one of St. Louis' most reliable performers. She brought her smarts, sweetness and engaging folk-pop sound to the Musical Merry-Go-Round for a live performance.
Red Mouth is the nom-de-blues of Eric Gebhardt, a Biloxi, Mississippi, native who approaches the Delta sound with punk rock intensity. He performed live on Bob's Scratchy Records.
Young St. Louis songwriter Riley James sings with a voice worn by whiskey and late-night wanderings. He brought his hardscrabble, acoustic tunes to the KDHX studios for a live session.
The grace of classical guitar and the fire of flamenco come together in the Reventones, the Saint Louis-based duo of Liam Christy and Jon-Oliver Knight. The veteran musicians visited the Rhythm Section for a genuinely unplugged set.
DADDY is not your father's super group. Fronted by celebrated songwriters Tommy Womack and Will Kimbrough, and backed by one of the baddest rhythm sections in East Nashville, the band brings the rock. But for this live session, Womack and Kimbrough eased back for a duo acoustic set.
It's hard to categorize Sarah Borges & the Broken Singles. Are they rock, Americana, pop or something else entirely? Discover their singular blend of American music via their live performance on Coin-Operated Radio.