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Humming House is no stranger to St. Louis, and they received a roar of a welcome from the crowd at the Stage at KDHX on Thursday night.

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The Drive-By Truckers sold out the Pageant on Saturday night, on tour with their twelfth album "English Oceans."

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If you're looking for a better country songwriter working today than Robbie Fulks, you'd have to turn to names like Lauderdale, Haggard or Crowell. But Fulks comes from the alternative side of the tracks; yet his songs, like "When You Get to the Bottom," have the timeless feel of pure country, at its hardest and most honest best.

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Ha Ha Tonka always comes to entertain and that's just what they did Friday night at the Firebird.

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The Pageant was brimming with excited energy in anticipation for City and Colour last night.
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Off Broadway was packed like a sauna full of sardines for Josh Ritter, Friday night. By the end of the night everyone walked out, including the musicians, drenched in sweat. 

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Old 97's may come from Texas, and they may be a Texas "bar band" through and through (clad in the requisite cowboy shirts and boots), but last night, to everyone at the Pageant, it felt like they were home again. "When the sun goes down on [St. Louis] town / That's when I'll know I'm home." Right?

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Friday, 11 December 2009 06:20

Webb Wilder 12/11/09

If Webb Wilder were a meal he'd be surf 'n' turf, with a super-sized side order of twangy, tangy polk salad. The King of Swampedelic Rock unplugged in the Magnolia Avenue Studios for an exclusive acoustic session on the Interstate.

Published in Live Performances
Friday, 20 November 2009 06:20

The Dive Poets 11/20/09

The Dive Poets describe their sound as "melodic roots rock"; add to that some guitar crunch and Midwestern lyrical impressions, and you have a hint of what they're after.

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Friday, 30 October 2009 06:20

Cornmeal 10/30/09

Chicago-based progressive bluegrass band Cornmeal take the laid-back acoustic groove of the Grateful Dead and mix it with some blazing picking ala New Grass Revival.

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