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Saturday, 24 August 2013 12:00

The Del McCoury Band 8/24/13

The Del McCoury Band is a family affair, like bluegrass itself, which has been handed down, generation to generation, perhaps more than any other style of music.

Published in Live Performances

Do you like your music old-timey? Do you like your music fast? Toss in great harmonies and a little rock 'n' roll attitude and you have ClusterPluck.

Published in Music News

Claire Lynch
"Dear Sister"

The Gibson Brothers
"They Called It Music"
Compass Records

It's a truism that musicians don't make the best business people, and there are examples galore to prove it, from the very heights of the industry on down.

Published in Reviews

On March 30, 2010 the proud sons and daughters of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, acting through their elected representatives, approved a resolution designating Sam Bush as "The Father of Newgrass Music" and Bush's hometown of Bowling Green, Ky. "The Birthplace of Newgrass Music."

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Dailey & Vincent
"Brothers of the Highway"
Rounder

There are lots of good bluegrass albums, and there are a few great ones. There are also some that stand out even above those ones, and this new release from Dailey & Vincent is going to prove to be one of those.

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Peter Rowan
"The Old School"
Compass Records

At times, Peter Rowan seems like the Zelig of roots music, that is, like the person in Woody Allen's film of the same name who becomes whoever he is standing next to. In the course of his long career, Rowan has been a bluegrass boy, a new-age Buddhist mystic and truly everything in between.

Published in Reviews

Saturday was opening day of the Tower Grove Farmers' Market and the launch of the seventh season of KDHX's Harvest Sessions series of acoustic concerts.

Published in Music News
Saturday, 30 March 2013 12:00

Old Salt Union 3/30/13

Old Salt Union hail from Belleville, Ill., a little town just across the river from St. Louis and the home of gone-but-not-forgotten Uncle Tupelo. However, these boys have more in common with Sam Bush and newgrass than Messrs. Tweedy and Farrar.

Published in Live Performances

A haze descended over the audience as the lights rose over Yonder Mountain String Band on Friday evening at the Pageant. The night was filled with a groove that could be placed somewhere between the Grateful Dead and the classic bluegrass of Flatt and Scruggs, with country melodies and a musical muscle evident in jam-band circles. Dancers, drinks and bona-fide hippies took delight in all the sights and sounds.

Published in Reviews

Yonder Mountain String Band returned to St. Louis Friday night for a two-night stand at the Pageant.

Published in Music News
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