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"Darkest Eyes," a new tack from the Defeated County, featuring Langen Neubacher and a host of St. Louis musicians -- including Irene Allen and Jenn Malzone on harmonies, Kevin Koehler on second rhythm guitar, Bryan Ranney on mandolin, Glenn Burleigh on pedal steel and Simon Chervitz on bass -- has an air of misty backwoods mystery that pulls you in as the song unfolds.

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Atop a mountain, surrounded by an Arkansas forest, lies the 10-years-running music festival, Wakarusa.

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A night of fine-tuned, energetic goodness stayed true to the name as Twangfest 17 sold out the Duck Room on its final night.

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"Mountain Sun" is a new track by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Beth Bombara. With banjo, slide guitar, brushed drums and piano, it's only modest on the surface. Fans of Alela Diane and Laura Veirs will find a kindred spirit in this St. Louis musician.

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The second night of Twangfest 17 was certainly a hit at Blueberry Hill's Duck Room on Thursday night. Featuring a talent-packed, four-band bill, the annual event hosted by KDHX was in full swing.

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In his three-decade career, Marshall Crenshaw hasn't taken traditional routes. He's a Michigan-born singer-songwriter with a penchant for complex chord structures and pub rock-flavored pop while portraying other musicians. In the early years of his career, he played John Lennon in a production of "Beatlemania," then found himself onscreen as Buddy Holly in the 1987 film "La Bamba."

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The word "hippie" has a bad connotation. Hippies don't mind because that's writing services the way of the hippie. In fact hippies love to call themselves hippies.

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In music writing, as with anything worth doing, there's always the pull of undeniable predilections, the force of personal bias and pure subjectivity. And then there's the way I feel about the music of Ray Wylie Hubbard.

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Colonel Ford took the stage Saturday evening with Gary Hunt (guitar and vocals) and Dade Farrar (upright bass and vocals) leading the way for a fantastic night of Americana and country music. The band had great energy that led perfectly into Son Volt's set.

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