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Twangfest 18 kicked off at Plush Wednesday night with a small but engaged crowd, delighting in soul-replenishing performances from three bands and leaving show-goers rejoicing late into the night.

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Cody ChesnuTT, the soldier of soul himself, returned to St. Louis to kick off the 18th installment of Twangfest at Plush. And what a show it was.

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Cody ChesnuTT hasn’t had a typical music career. His debut, self-recorded double album "The Headphone Masterpiece" came out in 2002 and received a lot of love and recognition, both from rock critics and neo-soul and hip-hop listeners. But aside from an EP and a few single tracks, he didn’t put out a new album until 2012.

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Wednesday, 18 December 2013 13:34

Best of 2013: Top Live at KDHX photos

The Magnolia Avenue Studios hosted hundreds of musicians, and over 70 different bands from all genres for 2013's Live at KDHX recording sessions.

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It was inevitable that bodies were going to shake once Cody ChesnuTT and his band turned the stage of the Blueberry Hill Duck Room into a pulpit Friday night.

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Cody ChesnuTT and band brought their healing soul power to Blueberry Hill this past Friday night, with special guests Myron and E.

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Friday, 27 September 2013 12:00

Cody ChesnuTT 9/27/13

Cody ChesnuTT's second album, 2012's "Landing on a Hundred," is not only stronger than his first, but also infinitely more humble.

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I host "Train of Thought" every Friday 3-5 a.m. Central on 88.1 KDHX. As usual, I had a good time putting together my list of top 10 albums and singles of the year.

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