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Friday, 20 April 2012 08:37

Sara Watkins 4/19/12

Sara Watkins has spent most of her young life on stage making music, but only in the past few years has she stepped up to the mic alone to pour her songs out into the world.

Published in Live Performances

Sara Watkins' previous two trips through St. Louis included supporting the Decemberists and the Blind Boys of Alabama, but last night she was the center of attention to the seated crowd at Blueberry Hill.

Published in Music News

The lights dimmed to darkness in the Sheldon Concert Hall to signal the Flecktones making their way to the stage. A moment of quiet settled in.

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"Rotten Taters"
Mike Compton
Self-released

"Rotten Taters" is, unbelievably, the first solo release from a mandolinist that, despite playing Carnegie Hall and the White House, simply should be more widely known than he is.

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Punch Brothers
"Who's Feeling Young Now?"
Nonesuch

"Who's Feeling Young Now?" will prove to be one of the most respected, lauded, challenging and influential works of the year. But that doesn't mean you'll like it.

Published in Reviews

Last night's performances by Lydia Loveless, Rum Drum Ramblers and the Hackensaw Boys at the Duck Room were undoubtedly among the best I have seen in a while.

Published in Reviews
Saturday, 03 March 2012 11:06

The Hackensaw Boys 3/3/12

With the unruly fervor of foot stomping and string picking, the Hackensaw Boys stir new life into Americana music and songwriting.

Published in Live Performances

Railroad Earth's Winter Tour 2012 makes a stop at the Pageant.

Published in Music News
Saturday, 28 January 2012 14:41

The 23 String Band 1/28/12

How many strings does it take to play bluegrass with a full-on rock 'n' roll spirit? The answer is 23, as in the 23 String Band.

Published in Live Performances

Under the increasingly-crowded shade tree of a small hill, the 80-degree weather and cool breeze perfectly matched the sounds drifting from the side speakers. Such was the scene of my introduction to Railroad Earth four years ago.

Published in Reviews
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