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The "King Biscuit Time" radio show aired in Helena, Ark. for the first time in November of 1941 and featured mostly African American musicians.

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St. Louis turned out in high spirits for Del Yeah! -- an outdoor/indoor bluegrass festival last night at the Old Rock House.

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In the Benton Park neighborhood -- at the corner of Victor and McNair -- the Blues City Deli hosted its annual Streetfest, which is always a rockin' good time.

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Fresh out of the recording studio, the Pernikoff Brothers will bring their acoustic, alternative rock to St. Louis' LouFest on Sunday, August 26.

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There was a blissful peace in the late morning air as the Midwest's most devout hip-hop heads trickled into the Bagnell Dam Bait Shop and Campground in Lake Ozark, Mo.

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The Louisville-based Forecastle Festival celebrated its 10th anniversary this year with a three-day event featuring some of the best and most popular acts in rock, pop, funk and electronic music.

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Chaotic riffs and thunderous drumming reigned supreme as the Rockstar Mayhem Festival descended upon Verizon Wireless Amphitheater.

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Nearly 20 years ago, when over 3000 songs in the Woody Guthrie archives became available, the icon's daughter, Nora, offered British protest songster Billy Bragg first dibs.

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The tenth annual Forecastle Festival took place July 13-15 at Waterfront Park in downtown Louisville, Kentucky.

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Festival International de Louisiane is a springtime music festival in Downtown Lafayette, La. bringing talented artists from all over the world to a five-day free festival.

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