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Grammy-nominated bluegrass singers Dailey & Vincent were in town this past weekend for a show at the Sheldon. Keith Dudding, host of Down Yonder (every Saturday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Central on 88.1 KDHX), sat down with the two musicians to discuss forming the band, influences, vocal arrangements, the business of bluegrass and their recent tribute to the Statler Brothers.

Published in Music News

The music community of St. Louis (and beyond) is saddened by the news of Gene Roberts' passing on January 12, 2011. Gene was 82 years old.

Published in Inside KDHX
Thursday, 30 December 2010 14:44

Yonder Mountain String Band 12/30/10

What started out as a casual band, jamming to bluegrass in college bars in Champaign, Ill., has become Yonder Mountain String Band, one of the leading festival acts in the country.

Published in Live Performances

Chris Thile had the idea of forming a string quintet and assembled the Punch Brothers in 2006. After his folk trio Nickel Creek went on hiatus in 2007, the band recorded the album Punch in 2008 and Paul Kowert replaced Greg Garrison as bassist for the supporting tour.

Published in Music News

Musical virtuosity often comes with a hefty price, with artists honing their skills to the point where technique and proficiency become secondary to the music as a whole. Thankfully this was not the case with Brooklyn, NY based progressive bluegrass super group the Punch Brothers.

Published in Reviews
Saturday, 06 November 2010 13:28

Greg Silsby and Jason Scroggins 11/6/10

Best known for their work with Cumberland Gap and the Foggy Memory Boys, Greg Silsby and Jason Scroggins recently teamed up to share their love of old time and bluegrass music in an impromptu configuration.

Published in Live Performances
Saturday, 30 October 2010 13:22

Matt Flinner Trio 10/30/10

Instrumental virtuosity is the rasion d' etre of bluegrass, but mult-instrumentalist Matt Flinner has been putting his chops to soulful use since early teens.

Published in Live Performances
Saturday, 17 July 2010 22:44

Alabaster Brown 7/17/10

With nods to the Dillards and the Dead, Alabaster Brown plays country rock with some curling banjo, smooth harmonies and even honky tonk piano, all jamming together but somehow staying focused on the song.

Published in Live Performances
Thursday, 08 July 2010 13:54

Sam Bush 7/8/10

The mandolin has never been the same after Sam Bush, originator of "newgrass" and an icon to hundreds of acoustic-oriented musicians to follow his lead. "The King of Telluride" and his guitarist Stephen Mougin paid a visit to the KDHX studios for a live performance.

Published in Live Performances
Saturday, 19 June 2010 18:33

Nash Street 6/19/10

Nash Street is that relatively rare thing in bluegrass: a young band with deep roots in the south who understand tradition but focus on original material that shows a pop and country appreciation.

Published in Live Performances
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