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Brothers Lazaroff brought their serene blend of roots and Americana to Off Broadway to open for Kentucky Knife Fight.

Last night at Plush, fans of the Walkmen got a first-hand look at a now mature band.

St. Louis' own Rum Drum Ramblers -- featuring Joey Glynn on bass and multi-instrumentalist Ryan Koenig, both of Pokey LaFarge's South City Three -- appeared early Tuesday night before a mostly-empty Old Rock House.

Greg Laswell, the melancholy troubadour responsible for an impressive slew of songs featured on cable TV shows such as "One Tree Hill" and "True Blood," rolled into the Old Rock House with a six-piece band that featured players from openers Elizabeth and the Catapult.

Prairie Rehab kicked off 88.1 KDHX's Twangfest 16 at the Schlafly Tap Room to a house full of happy station supporters and music lovers.

Horse Feathers set up for a second Show Me Shows video shoot in the City Museum's second-floor ballroom, with its regal windows and gauzy drapes, delicate like the music of Justin Ringle and his band.

Wednesday, 06 June 2012 16:33

Humming House 6/6/12

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Nashville's hot new item, Humming House, harnesses Americana and throwback folk-pop to reinvent tradition.

Horse Feathers' frontman Justin Ringle pours lilt and swagger into every dark corner of the band's ornate music.

Fans of the Indianapolis-based, sonically-morphing Margot and the Nuclear So and So's crowded into the Firebird eager to hear in what direction frontman and guitarist Richard Edwards might take his brainchild.

Portland, Ore.'s Horse Feathers, helmed by frontman and singer/guitarist Justin Ringle, is not to be missed. Once a collaboration with Peter Broderick, Horse Feathers has grown into an artful orchestra complemented by fine singing and poetic lyrics.

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