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We all know the well of American folk music is deep, but it's also contoured like a shape-shifting spiral, winding and unwinding in ever-surprising ways. Exhibit A: old-time music innovators Black Prairie.

In the eight years since his last solo release, Will Johnson, leader of Centro-matic, has been far from idle. "Scorpion" is the sound of a prolific songwriter digging deep inside for more.

If you're Bob Dylan, you get to make whatever-the-hell kind of video you want. Behold: "Duquesne Whistle."

Tim Mize, 88.1 KDHX DJ and punk-to-end-all-punks, died this week. A memorial gathering will take place in Carondelet Park in St. Louis on August 25.

Power-pop bands come and go like fuses on a Vox amp turned to 11. They get hot, they get a single, they get a footnote in "Shake Some Action."

Intimation is Karlie Bruce's metier. Her music doesn't prance, preen or make a ruckus to get your attention. Her voice and songs are the only calling cards she needs.

Tuesday, 02 January 2007 20:58

Hank Williams Special 1/2/07

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An annual tradition at KDHX, the Hank Williams Special featured some of the area's finest pickers performing in the KDHX studios.

Sunday, 19 August 2012 13:18

Remembering Tim Mize

Sad news came across the wires last night: Tim Mize -- a longtime KDHX volunteer and a central figure on the St. Louis punk scene -- has passed away after suffering a brain aneurism and a massive stroke.

Kelly Hogan raises a toast to St. Joe Strummer.

Gospel music has always been central to the fiercely-original blues of Kelly Joe Phelps. "Brother Sinner & the Whale," however, is his most spiritual album yet.

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