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A packed Pageant enjoyed the southern sounds of the Old 97's and the Drive-By Truckers Friday night with both bands playing energetic sets that kept the crowd moving late into the night.

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It was an evening of pure, solo-acoustic sound and songs at the Peabody Opera House last night with Ryan Adams and opener Jason Isbell.

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While 2011 certainly provided plenty of top-shelf records, I want to do KDHX readers a solid, and as opposed to you running out and buying every album I mention, like I know you certainly would, I put together a cheat sheet of some of my favorite songs.

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Friday Night at the Pageant, Drive-By Truckers and Those Darlins put on a high energy show for a venue full of folks celebrating good times, good friends, good music, and a World Series victory for the Cardinals.

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Thursday, 27 October 2011 11:00

The top 10 Drive-By Truckers songs (so far)

If you've listened to my show, Bittersweet Melody, you know that Drive-by Truckers are one of my favorite bands. No one band represents the South in today's rock world more than Drive-by Truckers.

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For the past 15 years Drive-By Truckers have stayed extremely busy. The Athens, Ga. based group has released nearly an album a year, toured to support their output and served as the backing band for other luminary musicians like Booker T. Jones and Bettye LaVette. All the while Patterson Hood, guitarist and main songwriter, has been at the center of it all.

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On the opening track "Alabama Pines" from his new album Jason Isbell laments, "No one gives a damn about the things I give a damn about." The faithful that came out to see the impressive 32-year-old Alabama songwriter certainly did give a damn.

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I haven’t spent time in Northern Alabama, but I feel like I know the place like the back of my hand. I could probably guide someone from Huntsville due west to Muscle Shoals, to Sheffield, then up north to Florence.

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As I listen to Go-Go Boots, the most recent release by Drive-By Truckers, the words “raw” and “pure” come to my mind. Rather than releasing all of its newer material at once in 2010, DBTs took its time, splitting up its latest songs into 2 releases according to stylistic elements and theme.

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When Paste shuttered its print division back in September, the first question on everyone's mind was: What's Paste?

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Karate Bikini - A Simpler Sugar

Wed November 26
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,…