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A modest crowd at Off Broadway was treated to a very surprising show on Friday night, featuring an all St. Louis line-up with Brothers Lazaroff, the Fog Lights and Whoa Thunder.

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On a chilly Wednesday night Cyrille Aimée took the stage at Jazz at the Bistro, enchanting the audience with her vocal acrobatics.

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Newgrass string band Old Salt Union performed at the Broadway Oyster Bar on Friday, with opener Old Shoe.

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Nashville's Those Darlins pulled all the stops for their final show in St. Louis on Thursday night at Off Broadway.

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Despite Jessica Lea Mayfield being snowbound in Nashville on Friday night, the crowd at Off Broadway were in good hands with the three remaining bands on the bill.

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Torres brought her growl, falsetto and Karen O-esque whoops to the Firebird along with a little bit of Bushwick's awkward side.

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Tuesday, 19 January 2016 15:25

KDHX Photographer Spotlight: Chris Malacarne

Volunteer, photographer, entrepreneur and businessman Chris Malacarne hails from West Belleville, Illinois and specializes in product and editorial photography.

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Last Thursday night at Concordia Turner Hall I closed my eyes and was instantly transported to 1965, a calliope tooting in the distance, watching the banks of the Mississippi River glide past from a porthole on the S.S. Admiral.

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On Thursday night husband and wife duo, Bryan and Bernice Hembree, brought their band Smokey and the Mirror to The Stage at KDHX.

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Can music help to heal old wounds in a community that’s become synonymous with racial unrest? A group of 60 local singers thinks so.

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