We were all singing "In the Dark" with Josh Ritter in the dark. We sang proud, held together by the warmth of our collective voices and spellbound by the troubadour's literary genius, lyricism and song.
Fresh locals the Great Grandfathers bring the smooth electronic heat with a mission to make FM radio pop an art form once again.
Once upon a Sunday morning, two friends met at a Soulard bar to play for a few drinks. In time, that meeting turned into Boss Hall, a band like no other in St. Louis.
From her voice to her vision to her songwriting to her discriminating taste, the music of Laura Cantrell has a kind of purity that seems of another time and place.
"Across the Imaginary Divide" is another foray for Béla Fleck into jazz, coupling with a pianist much as he has done with Chick Corea in their live shows and on their CD "The Enchantment" (2007). The trio is filled out by Rodney Jordan on bass and Jason Marsalis on drums.
Nashville's hot new item, Humming House, harnesses Americana and throwback folk-pop to reinvent tradition.
Langhorne Slim has friends with crooked tails, guitars for sale on eBay and a burning desire for music and traveling.