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With a nod to greats like Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings before her, Nikki Lane proves with "All or Nothin'" that you don't need a Y chromosome to make rootsy, aggressive outlaw country.

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When you have a voice like Christopher Denny -- utterly distinctive, drenched in country, soul and rockabilly -- you don't need any help delivering a lush ballad like "Our Kind of Love." But when you have a singer like Erika Wennerstrom of Heartless Bastards on board, you have the making of a masterpiece.

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KDHX and The Sheldon present the third annual festival featuring Sarah Jarosz, the 23 String Band, Riley Baugus, Foghorn String Band and more.

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Tuesday, 08 July 2014 10:10

Midyear 2014: KDHX DJ top 10 albums

July is here, and now that the fireworks have faded away, we celebrate a full half year of independent music by taking a look at some of the best releases of 2014 thus far. The DJs of KDHX have picked their 10 favorites from the first six months of the year, with plenty of surprises in store.

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Tuesday, 08 July 2014 10:10

Midyear 2014: KDHX top album spins

As we hit the midpoint of another year, here are KDHX's top spins so far. These albums are time-tested 2014 releases that have excited our DJs over and over again.

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After a label change, which gave the sibling duo courage and freedom to do things their way, the Belle Brigade is back with their second studio album, "Just Because."

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Taking inspiration from Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger, New Orleans-based Hurray for the Riff Raff blends American folk with soulful roots music on "I Know It's Wrong (But That's Alright)."

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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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