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This past Saturday (June 27th, 2015) was the last day of the St. Lou Fringe Festival and, by sheer coincidence, also the best one as far as the shows I saw went. Better yet, three of the four I saw were by local groups.

Published in Theater Reviews

Grand Rapids, Michigan-based rock band the Legal Immigrants strut, snarl and storm through the lyrically dense, bluesy new track "Bily Goat."

Published in Music News

Something old, something new -- you'll be treated to a little of both by one of KDHX's newest shows, "Sittin' On Top of the World." The man behind it, Ryan Spearman, brings his knowledge of old-school Americana, vernacular music archives, and all the sounds of folks and their roots to the air every Tuesday morning from 10 a.m. to noon Central.

Published in Inside KDHX

This July 10 singer Amy Black will join Americana rocker Sarah Borges and a full band on The Stage at KDHX. Together, they'll summon the sounds of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The show brings their voices to songs of classics like Etta James, Wilson Pickett and Aretha Franklin.

Published in Music News

The Missouri Botanical Garden played host to the Jeremiah Johnson Band on Wednesday night, a rollicking blues and rock St. Louis-based band.

Published in Music News

St. Louis' own Beth Bombara takes Americana to the next level on her self-titled album

Published in Music News

Whether singing Dylan, Van Zandt, Morrison or an American Songbook standard, Jimmy LaFave is known as one of the great interpreters of our day. But he's also a formidable songwriter in his own right; the new track "Trying to Get Back to You" reminds listeners of his unique lyrical way with the blues.

Published in Music News

Seven-piece New Orleans rock 'n' rhythm 'n' groove band the Revivalists rev up their sound without losing their Southern soul feel on the new track "Keep Going."

Published in Music News

Saturday's Twangfest finale had all the hallmarks of a rock n' roll homecoming: a sold out show, a parade of old friends on stage and off and a reliable supply of libations courtesy of Off Broadway.

Published in Music News
Monday, 01 June 2015 00:00

L.V. Banks: Down-home bluesman

Though known as a Chicago blues artist, L.V. Banks spent a number of his formative years in St. Louis.

Published in St. Louis Music Notes
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