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"I'm just a weird guy trying to make everybody happy," Ryan Adams proclaimed halfway through his set on Sunday night. A crowd had gathered near the front of the Peabody Opera House stage, and those trying to see the show from their seats seemed visibly (and in one case, physically) disgruntled. After some pushes and grumbles from the crowd, Adams stepped in.

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Carolina Chocolate Drops took the stage in front of a sold-out crowd at Off Broadway on Sunday evening.

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Strictly speaking, Carolina Chocolate Drops aren’t simply an Americana band. They’re a bona fide history lesson.

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Emmy Award winner Farmer Jason brought the 2014 Harvest Sessions at Tower Grove Farmer's Market concert series to a rockin' conclusion on Saturday.

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Friday, 17 October 2014 13:00

The Jayhawks 10/17/14

Formed in Minneapolis in 1985, the Jayhawks started as bit of a country rock entity, but took on more musical styles through the years as Gary Louris took on more song writing.

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The next to the last Harvest Sessions in the 2014 season schedule featured a two set performance at Tower Grove Farmer's Market by the St. Louis based band known as Wack-A-Doo.

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Sunday, 05 October 2014 13:00

The Wood Brothers 10/5/14

The Wood Brothers grew up around music and poetry, but took their own paths with their muse.

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Like a polished update of the ever-elusive sound of the Band, Hiss Golden Messenger's "Saturday's Song" rollicks and rolls with sweet mandolin, piano, country-funk guitar and a rhythm meant for skipping all the way from front to back porch, and never spilling a drop of whiskey along the way.

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Tuesday, 30 September 2014 07:00

Song of the Day: 'Like You' by Cariad Harmon

London-raised, New York-based singer and songwriter Cariad Harmon comes into her own on the sparkling and soulful ballad "Like You," a love song meant for clapping and humming along to, if ever there was one.

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Monday, 29 September 2014 12:00

Luke Winslow King 9/29/14

Luke Winslow King may not be from New Orleans, but he found his heart and his music there, a testament to the notion that the home you find is often better than the one into which you're born.

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