With a repertoire that ranges from absurd and silly to serious and silly, They Might Be Giants have been creating insanely catchy pop tunes for both children and adults since 1982.
San Fermin is an infectious eight-piece baroque pop ensemble that grabs your attention with its charm, talent and storytelling abilities.
Some might call Ray Wylie Hubbard's sound country, some might say folk or Americana, but there's a lot of rock in him too, as is evident by his latest musical testimony.
Andrew Combs proves the skills of the soul-baring, mellow '70s singer-songwriter are not extinct.
The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy brought together bands from far and near during a rocked-out show on Thursday night.
Opening with a taut guitar, filtered through some Sun Studios slapback, and the ethereal voice of Norway musician Gunhild Jarwson Tekle and some highly Kate Bush-esque synth paddings, "Ricochet" by…
Opera Theatre of St. Louis opens its 2015 festival season with Rossini's popular comic opera "The Barber of Seville" on Saturday, May 23. The production, which will run through June…
With clouds of smoke, rainbow suits and giant multi-colored balloons batted through the crowd, Jenny Lewis brought magic to a packed Ready Room on Sunday evening.
Being my third time as witness to San Fermin's live show, I thought I knew what to expect.
Violinists aren’t usually thought of as rock stars, but Sarah Neufeld is breaking that mold, proving Gilda Radner right that there really should be more violins on television.