“We’re going to do a Howlin’ Brothers song called ‘Big Time,’ so howl along if you’d like!” – Ian Craft.
The Jeff Austin Band continues what Jeff Austin has been doing all along: making music, great music, that bridges east and west, old and new.
We're already halfway through another year of new music released in 2015. We've compiled all of KDHX's most-spun new albums, and we hope you find some of your favorites (or further justify them).
The SteelDrivers play bluegrass with a bit of a roughness, like a mountain stream where the water pours over rocks that are still sharp, not rounded by the ages.
Chris Stapleton brings the powerful voice and songwriting that fans have known for 15 years to his debut solo album, "Traveller."
Instead of competitively busking at a Fayetteville, Arkansas farmers market, the Ozark Highballers joined forces and created their unique style of acoustic Americana.
Grammy award-winning artist Sean Watkins began his ascent into the music industry at the tender age of 12 in the group Nickel Creek. Along with his sister Sara and bandmate Chris Thile, they had humble beginnings playing in a pizza parlor every Saturday night in Carlsbad, California. After playing together for a while they were asked to play in a local festival and have been bringing their eclectic mix of folk and bluegrass music to the masses ever since.
Every Humana Festival has a late night show consisting of short plays with a common theme and featuring members of the Acting Apprentice Company. "That High Lonesome Sound"—this year's show—is all about bluegrass music and the mountain culture that spawned it. And it's a real winner.
When Trampled by Turtles last visited St. Louis, playing the main stage at LouFest 2013, I noted that I appreciated the fact that they stood in a row on stage, rather than in a cluster with one member taking the status of frontman.