Donate Now to Support KDHX

Listen Live

Like an improbable if not impossible cross between Hank Williams and Townes Van Zandt, "Going Down to the River" by Doug Seegers is absolutely classic country for a spirit-starved new age.

Published in Music News

Ink's fifth annual Middle of the Map Fest returned to Westport and Midtown in Kansas City, Missouri from April 22-25.

Published in Music News

Growing up in the Dakotas didn't offer many outlets for entertainment. But for East Side Slim the summer was when he could get his musical fix. AM radio stations would provide the music that would later propel him into a career of DJing.

Published in Inside KDHX

The sold-out crowd at Off Broadway on Saturday night welcomed Jack Grelle and his band, opening the show for Pokey LaFarge and rattling off some good ol’ honky-tonk van-driving tunes.

Published in Music News

Alabama Shakes
"Sound & Color"
ATO

In 2012, Brittany Howard, Zac Cockrell, Heath Fogg and Steve Johnson went from working day jobs to releasing their first album, "Boys and Girls." Counting artists such as David Bowie and Adele as fans, the band enjoyed critical acclaim for its debut.

Published in Reviews

Last year was a busy one in regards to American music, and who could be expected to hear all the fine releases let loose late in the year?

Published in Music News

Austin-based Shakey Graves returned to the Ready Room in St. Louis on Thursday to find a packed house ready to jam along to his mix of country, blues and rock.

Published in Music News

Shakey Graves (aka Alejandro Rose-Garcia) is a moniker that flirts with onomatopoeia; his name really does evoke his sound. An Austin, Texas solo performer born of troubadour campfires and often supported by a lone guitar, he's mastered the one-man band gittup, pounding out beats while he strums in an open G tuned especially for his bluesy style.

Published in Reviews

The celebratory, spiritual song "Lift Me Up" arises from Brooklyn, New York songwriter Jeremy Bass' personal desolation. Marriage over, house sold, money gone, future prospects dim, Bass did pretty much the only thing he could do: keep writing and making music.

Published in Music News

Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland made their name together as Whitehorse by recording well-crafted, textured Americana. But nothing the Canadian duo has released could prepare listeners for the thundering, bluesy fuzz-rock of "Downtown."

Published in Music News
<< Start < Prev 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > End >>
Page 1 of 75

Sponsor Message

Become a Sponsor