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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.

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There was something different in the air Friday night at Twangfest 19 with Nadine, Lydia Loveless and the Trio Project. A sense of reunion, mourning and celebration occupied the crowd in the cool mugginess on St. Louis' south side.

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Halloween came early to Off Broadway on Wednesday, as the treats were plenty at the inaugural night of Twangfest 19 with Cracker, Marah and Grace Basement.

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Rock, soul and country music collided at the Demo on Saturday night as St. Louis welcomed Banditos from Birmingham, Alabama, a band recently signed to Bloodshot Records.

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Like an improbable if not impossible cross between Hank Williams and Townes Van Zandt, "Going Down to the River" by Doug Seegers is absolutely classic country for a spirit-starved new age.

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The sold-out crowd at Off Broadway on Saturday night welcomed Jack Grelle and his band, opening the show for Pokey LaFarge and rattling off some good ol’ honky-tonk van-driving tunes.

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Last year was a busy one in regards to American music, and who could be expected to hear all the fine releases let loose late in the year?

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"I've had the image of this place in my mind since we first played here and we booked the show a year ago." This was the first comment from Suzy Bogguss as she and her band took the stage of the Sheldon Concert Hall Friday night.

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Monday, 20 April 2015 00:00

Cowboy Roy Brown: St. Louis busker

Cowboy Roy Brown was the quintessential St. Louis street singer, playing a guitar he called "baby" and a kazoo he called "Leon."

Published in St. Louis Music Notes
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