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In lesser hands, a country-folk cover of Cake's "Jesus Wrote a Blank Check" would bounce all the way to Nazareth. But when channeled through St. Louis singer and songwriter Beth Bombara's lilting voice and her band's banjo and doghouse bass-driven free-for-all it rings out rich and clear.

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Excitement and energy flooded the Off Broadway stage on writing essays night three of Twangfest 18, which featured a talent-packed four band bill.

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The Twangfest 18 train rolled on with another stellar installment of independent but not incognito, pop and indie acts at Off Broadway.

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According to St. Louis musician Beth Bombara, the new video for the song "Long Dark Hallelujah" was designed to "create beautiful images that at times blur the lines of photography with videography."

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I recently took a look at my 10 favorite national albums of last year; here's my look at the best releases out of St. Louis in 2013.

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Local singer-songwriter, Beth Bombara, was the featured artist at the August 17 edition of KDHX's Harvest Sessions.

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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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A sense of timing is imperative to the success of launching a record label, playing a good show and throwing a party.

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The second night of Twangfest was a night for the listeners, as 4 female fronted bands playing various styles of folk rock were featured on Blueberry Hill's Duck Room stage.

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