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Two veterans of the St. Louis acoustic scene, Jan Marra and Gen Obata brought their contrasting but sweetly harmonizing styles together for a live performance in the KDHX studios.
Few jam bands in St. Louis are as beloved as the affable, progressive Naked Groove, who performed an acoustic set in the KDHX studios.
When a master of country music like Gary Hunt puts down the electric guitar and picks up the acoustic, you never know what he'll play, but you can be sure it will brim with blues and twang.
Hailing from Trenton, Ill., jam band Breakfast for Dinner lays down an easy-grooving sound that appeals to anyone who likes classic covers or just a good shake 'n' shimmy.
Lovers of fingerstyle guitar need look no furtther than native St. Louisian Ron Steiner. A perrenial guitar competition champ, Steiner showed off his skill and soul -- live in the KDHX studios.
Los Flamencos is a dance and musical troupe in St. Louis that captures all the passion and spectacle of the demanding art that gives them their name.
The brainchild of St. Louis singer and songwriter Eric Lysaght, Salisbury's music fits snugly between Wilco and Neil Young, if you make room for some classic rock hooks.
A master of feathery melodies and thick-as-thieves lyrical ambiguity, John Vanderslice makes indie pop for the ages.
Brooklyn rocker Darrin James combines a sound straight out of E. Street, all gritty guitar, piano, organ and rhythm and blues-fueled grooves. James brought his crack band with him when he performed live in the KDHX studios.