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Sharon and Doug Foehner, aka the Fabulous Foehners, performed at the KDHX Harvest Sessions on Saturday, August 24.

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For those who wonder if "Rhythm and Blues" marks the closure of the Chicago blues legend's career, the word "retirement" isn't even in Buddy Guy's vocabulary.

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It's pretty much impossible to pigeonhole New Orleans-based band the Revivalists into any one genre, because their music is truly a fusion -- a delicious mix of rock, soul, funk and jazz with a dash of reggae and even hip-hop thrown in.

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Fish, family and some good old-fashioned roots music had boots stomping and women wailing to the sounds of the Rum Drum Ramblers, the Hobosexuals, Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost and more for the Big Muddy Records' Fish Fry at Off Broadway on Friday night.

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The DJs of 88.1 KDHX are a diverse group, but the one thing that binds them together is their love of music -- and new music is a big part of that love. At the midyear mark of 2013 30 of those DJs have selected their favorite releases so far.

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As we head into the second half of 2013, the DJs of 88.1 KDHX look back on the songs and shows that are sure to stick with them all through the year.

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The June 23 edition of Harvest Sessions featured a dynamic solo performance by Saint Louis native and blueswoman Melissa Neels.

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The great blues singer Robert Calvin Bland, known throughout the blues world as Bobby "Blue" Bland, had indeed, as the St. Louis Jimmy standard stated, been going down slow for sometime, yet was regularly performing in his final year of life until a very short while ago. His death at home on June 22, 2013 near Memphis ended the career of an extraordinarily beloved and long-running legend in blues music.

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The swinging Pokey LaFarge and band put on a generous free show that had people of all ages tapping their toes at Vintage Vinyl on Tuesday.

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Twangfest's third night took a string-heavy turn into traditional country territory. Local band Half Knots opened the night with a set of heartbroken songs given melancholy power by Danny Kathriner's soft tenor vocals.

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