Langhorne Slim stopped by KDHX with multi-instumentalist Casey McAllister for a live stripped down radio session on just acoustic guitar and accordion.
While touring in support of their sophomore record, "Revelries," Humming House recently rolled through KDHX to record a trio of fine songs that must be heard.
Keeping the memories of country and western artists such as George Jones and Waylon Jennings alive, Dale Watson tours the country bringing a blend of Western swing, honky-tonk, rockabilly and outlaw country, which he has dubbed Ameripolitan music, to all who will listen.
One of St. Louis' finest songwriters, Beth Bombara, created her new, self-titled album in the city and the alt-country roots from which she grew are evident throughout in this live performance.
She's a bit of punk rock with alternative-country roots, but to say Lydia Loveless is definable would be a disservice to her talent, as her cover of Prince's "I Would Die 4 U" has such conviction, you'd think she wrote the song herself.