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On a chilly Wednesday night Cyrille Aimée took the stage at Jazz at the Bistro, enchanting the audience with her vocal acrobatics.
Genre bending singer-songwriter Keller Williams' birthday is on February 4, allowing KDHX to celebrate with a collection of videos, photos and audio recordings taken from our archive of Live at…
Newgrass string band Old Salt Union performed at the Broadway Oyster Bar on Friday, with opener Old Shoe.
Looking back on GlitterBomb Productions' all Britney drag show; looking forward to GlitterBomb's Reunion and Charity Dragathon at JJ's Clubhouse, February 5.
Widspread Panic's lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist John Bell opens up about three decades in the business, the new album "Street Dogs," and his love of "Seinfeld."
Nikki Kvarnes of Those Darlins talks "indefinite hiatus" tour in advance of last show in St. Louis at Off-Broadway, Thursday, January 28
The 10-piece soul group from Oklahoma City, Matt Stansberry & The Romance, makes frequent stops in St. Louis. This time they visited KDHX for a live session on the groovy Saturday evening show Gettin' Down To It with Sean Smothers.
Alongside woodwind player Jeff Lederer and bassist Paul Sikivie, drummer Matt Wilson leads this seasonally motivated jazz trio through a deep dive of the Christmas song canon, performing traditional carols, modern tunes and folk songs with equal parts wit, irreverence and inventiveness.
Few bands in St. Louis are as storied and celebrated as the Bottle Rockets. The band was a leading light in the burgeoning alt-country movement in the early '90s and has been consistently releasing records and touring the country for nearly 25 years.
Hailing from St. Louis and just east of St. Louis, Rat Rod Kings describe themselves as Mid-Western Honky-Rock, and they brought their fun-timin' sound to KDHX for this live set on Interstate with Pat Wolfe.