The new album by Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors is a beautiful continuance of the confluence of their musical style, taking in country, rock and blues, and it melding into that new catch-all genre, Americana.
Taking several months off to regroup from personal crises and career burnout, singer-songwriter-road warrior Joe Pug has returned with renewed focus, energy and a love for his craft.
As far as duos go, you'd be hard-pressed to find one as solid and adventurous as the Charleston, South Carolina group, Shovels and Rope.
Sean Watkins formed the band Nickel Creek when he was but 12 years old, and has won both acclaim and awards for his mix of Americana and bluegrass.
Saturday is Record Store Day, a nationwide celebration of the cool joints where many have learned much about music (Euclid Records is making a weekend of it, per usual).
A very, very busy weekend; in addition to everything listed here, there's Record Store Day, which I'll cover separately.
Postmodern and pre-modern at once, the orchestral, piano-based ballad "Wounds Grow Grass" by Lauryn Peacock waltzes out of a wine-warmed cabaret from Berlin in the 1920s or maybe from just…
I kept being reminded of JEFF the Brotherhood before the band played Off Broadway on Sunday night.
Courtney Barnett brings energy to the mundane issues of everyday life by adding rhythm, melody and wit to her musing stories on "Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I…
This weekend's St. Louis Symphony Orchestra concerts offer a pair of threes: Rachmaninoff's "Piano Concerto No. 3" and Scriabin's "Symphony No. 3" ("The Divine Poem"). Both were written during the…