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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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With a voice that's past the breaking point and strumming that's past the point of lightness, Sam Morrow skips the dancing and immerses himself in the dark of one of Bruce Springsteen's most beloved songs.

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Off Broadway was packed on Friday, with eager music fans coming out to see William Elliot Whitmore and Austin Lucas on their Midwest tour.

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Darol Anger
"E-and'a"
Adventure Music

Darol Anger is one of the most skilled fiddlers working today. He is interested in taking the instrument into new places, though he's not interested in developing an entirely new vocabulary for the instrument, and I think that's an important distinction.

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Noah Gundersen
"Ledges"
Dualtone

"Stone-cold broke in the middle of the winter, oh like a poor man's son" -- these are the raspy, passionate words that mark the beginning of Noah Gundersen's first full-length album, released February 11, 2014.

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