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You're killin' me, Saint Louis music venues! Perhaps you could take it down a few rungs on the "cool things to do" ladder -- I'm pretty sure we're working past that one you're not supposed to go above.

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The opening number for Brett Dennen's concert at the Old Rock House on Monday night was a good as any indicator that this boyish, red-haired, singer-songwriting phenom has some love issues.

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Last week I travelled to Nashville to cover Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' show at Bridgestone Arena.

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A stop at the "Bluegrass Shack" with a mention of the name John Prine elicited a distinctive response from Earl, who sat behind the counter: “He's a legend.” With that thought in mind, Prine fans, including plenty of St. Louis singer-songwriters and KDHX DJs, filled the Touhill Performing Arts Center on Friday night.

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Jon Hardy and the Public took the stage at Off Broadway on Friday night to mark the release of their long-awaited album, "Restless City," and celebrate they did with a packed house of locals bopping along to the beat.

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Take a beautiful early autumn Saturday morning at Tower Grove Farmer's Market, mix in some fresh produce, perhaps a custom made grilled cheese sandwhich, some fresh honey, a great cup of coffee and add a little Cajun music courtesy of the Southside Creole Playboys.

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Ever since the first National Folk Festival was held here in 1934, St. Louis has served as an ambassador for the eclectic mix of music called folk. So it's fitting that KDHX, the Sheldon and St. Louis serve as the host for the Folk & Roots Festival, now in its third year.

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Before the picks, I'm sorry to pass along the just-heard news that Springfield, Missouri musical treasure Lou Whitney -- who has given fans decades of pleasure with both his playing in the Morells, the Symptoms, and the Skeletons (for starters) and his producing -- is having significant health issues.

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Eight bands from St. Louis paid tribute to one of the grand masters of songwriting on Saturday night at Off Broadway. And they all did Leonard Cohen's poetry proud.

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Karate Bikini - A Simpler Sugar

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Karate Bikini is an eight piece ensemble who's members hail from St. Louis and the metro area. They are a large band with a large sound. Their latest album A Simpler Sugar is full of upbeat pop songs,…

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