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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.

Published in Reviews
Saturday, 08 June 2013 12:00

Dolly Varden 6/8/13

Dolly Varden’s luxurious folk sound draws the listener into heartfelt lyrics.

Published in Live Performances

Colonel Ford took the stage Saturday evening with Gary Hunt (guitar and vocals) and Dade Farrar (upright bass and vocals) leading the way for a fantastic night of Americana and country music. The band had great energy that led perfectly into Son Volt's set.

Published in Music News

The force is strong with Sturgill Simpson -- the force of hard-core country music, a la Waylon Jennings and George Jones, that is.

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Pokey LaFarge let it be known last night that American roots music is alive and well in the city of St. Louis.

Published in Music News
Saturday, 01 June 2013 12:00

Amanda Cevallos 6/1/13

Amanda Cevallos may have Latin roots and may have been a VJ for a Latin music video show, but her sound is all Texas roadhouse.

Published in Live Performances
Wednesday, 29 May 2013 20:36

Pokey LaFarge 5/29/13

While the sound and presentation of Pokey LaFarge's music continues to evolve, it remains firmly rooted in American styles of the past century.

Published in Live Performances
Tuesday, 28 May 2013 12:00

Shannon McNally 5/28/13

Shannon McNally is on a mission to spread the word about New Orleans musician Bobby Charles, the man who wrote such classics as "Walking to New Orleans" and "See you Later, Alligator."

Published in Live Performances
Sunday, 12 May 2013 12:00

Caitlin Rose 5/12/13

Finding a balance between pop and traditional tends to be a struggle for some contemporary country artists, but Caitlin Rose has been able to master it.

Published in Live Performances

I first saw the Devil Makes Three on the live webcast of the Newport Folk Festival last summer and thought they sounded and looked a little like the really pissed-off folks that got stuck in Nebraska in the 1889 Land Rush: destined to build houses out of sod and eke out a living with crude hand tools.

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