Texas native, and Springfield, Ill. resident, Cowboy Randy Erwin graced the KDHX studios with his distinct vocal presence on Musical Merry-Go-Round. Erwin is best known for the yodeling technique he incorporates into his music. His voice reconstructs the sound of traditional country and his talent is just as undeniable as his reputation in the industry.
Mikal Shapiro appeared on Mystery Train this past May, bringing to the show her acoustic arrangements, melodic sound, and delicate vocals that produce a nostalgic undertone.
Bob's Scratchy Records welcomed Sins of the Pioneers, a local ensemble that is no stranger to the KDHX lineup. This energetic band graced the 88.1 recording studio with its Creole-influenced instrumentation and classic R&B and honky tonk song selections.
With intricate finger-picking and echoey slides on his acoustic guitar, Brian Curran merges St. Louis' blues and country traditions with creativity and technique. His upbeat style and down home vocals help define him as a musician.
Katy Moffatt embodies the persona of a traditional, female country musician. Inspired by blues and folk artists, Moffatt echoes the conventional country music sound while applying an individual lyrical dimension to her songs. Her acoustic style demonstrates her fingerpicking skills and ability to shift rhythmic tempos.
Cedric Burnside and Lightnin' Malcolm reinterpret the sounds of artists past while staying grounded and true to themselves. The widely celebrated duo brought its blend of electric blues, Southern rock and funk to a live session on the Rhythm Section.