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Monday, 30 June 2014 12:00

The Felice Brothers 6/30/14

An adjective that frequently appears in descriptions of the Felice Brothers' music is "ramshackle," usually referring to their mix of classic folk and Americana instrumentation and rock and roll stomps.

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Salt of the Earth made their first appearance at the KDHX Harvest Sessions on Saturday.

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There may be something you don't know about Dave Rawlings: he's not human, he's a machine. That may speak to the source of his group's name, Dave Rawlings Machine, but it's more like a collection of friends who happen to be within arms' reach.

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On Wednesday night the Sheldon Concert Hall graciously hosted the Dave Rawlings Machine in what is sure to be one of the best shows of the year in St. Louis.

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The Duhks
"Beyond the Blue"
Compass Records

When the Duhks first came on the scene in 2001 they were, right off the mark, as challenging as they were entertaining, and as infectious as they were affecting.

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Ray LaMontagne is gracing the country with his Supernova Tour.

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For the last 10 years or so, seeing Old 97's live has been the sonic equivalent of comfort food for me, my musical bacon-wrapped meatloaf, if you will.

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I overheard a bit of cussing and discussing last night among several folks in the sparse crowd waiting for the Detroit Cobras to take the stage at the Demo. The conversations centered not on the show that was about to start but on the last time the band played in St. Louis.

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Thursday, 12 June 2014 12:00

Nikki Lane 6/12/14

Nikki Lane's newest record, "All or Nothin'," isn't just an album title. It's a statement of character: you either like her or you don't. You take her as she is, or you don't get anything at all.

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I slipped into the Gramophone shortly after opener Leif Vollebekk, an acoustic troubadour from Montreal, took to the stage. As the crowd chattered and clinked their glasses, Vollebekk stood alone with a grateful grin on his face, projecting silken, Dylan-esque fingerpicking and vocals toward the Gramophone's bar wall.

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