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"Folk Singer Vol. 1"
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The jacket design of Willie Watson's "Folk Singer Vol. 1" is pure 1963 camp: he's got a pipe, and the presentation is sparse to look like a Lomax field recording from the period.

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You know providence is smiling on you when you play the Newport Folk Festival and find one of your heroes in the greenroom waiting to sing "Happy Birthday" for you.

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Brian Henneman, Kip Loui and Nashville native Will Kimbrough took The Stage at KDHX Thursday evening as part of Songbird Cafe, a local singer/songwriter project that promotes local talent and artists alike.

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I slipped into the Gramophone shortly after opener Leif Vollebekk, an acoustic troubadour from Montreal, took to the stage. As the crowd chattered and clinked their glasses, Vollebekk stood alone with a grateful grin on his face, projecting silken, Dylan-esque fingerpicking and vocals toward the Gramophone's bar wall.

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Singer-songwriter William Fitzsimmons played at the Gramophone on Thursday night, with Leif Vollebekk opening the show.

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The Wilhelms, a duo comprised of veteran musicians Andy Ploof and John Wendland, performed at the West Pool Pavilion on Saturday, May 31 at KDHX Harvest Sessions at Tower Grove Farmer's Market.

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Kevin Bilchik was the featured artist on Saturday, May 24 at KDHX Harvest Sessions at Tower Grove Farmer's Market.

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"Wonder Lensed" by the Wonder Revolution, a collaboration between guitarist David Lord and Les Easterby, drifts through a lush, impressionistic landscape of stringed instruments and cascading voices to create something like a soundtrack to a dream you're sure you've had before but still can't really place.

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