For years, Darrell Scott has been one of Nashville's best kept secrets. But with his work with Robert Plant's Band of Joy and a stream of solo albums, fans of roots music have taken notice.
There are no easy labels for Darrell Scott. In his career he's been a first-call session musician in Nashville, a songwriter, performer, collaborator and producer -- and he recently toured with Robert Plant as part of his Band of Joy.
Last night, fans found refuge from the rain and had their spirits lifted by the Blind Boys of Alabama's moving performance.
October 22, 2011 marks the season finale of year five of the KDHX Harvest Sessions concert series.
A trio of gifted songwriters and singers, 3 Penny Acre bridges the worlds of bluegrass, folk and Americana.
For the first Harvest Sessions in October, KDHX was proud to present the Saint Louis based group the Lonesome Pines.
After a bit of a hiatus due to her Grammy-winning collaboration with Robert Plant, Alison Krauss is back with Union Station.
As a proud Mizzou alumna, I was tremendously excited to attend the 2011 Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival in Columbia, Mo. for the first time last weekend. Now in its fifth year, this mid-Missouri celebration of food and music takes place in the streets of downtown Columbia and partially on the Mizzou Campus in beautiful Peace Park.