Something old, something new -- you'll be treated to a little of both by one of KDHX's newest shows, "Sittin' On Top of the World." The man behind it, Ryan Spearman, brings his knowledge of old-school Americana, vernacular music archives, and all the sounds of folks and their roots to the air every Tuesday morning from 10 a.m. to noon Central.
Take a step outside on a summer night with Brooklyn, New York songwriter Jeremy Bass and the fetching, piano-laced new folk-pop song "Firefly."
Raised in Argentina and now based in Los Angeles, Diego Davidenko charts an intimate journey into the past and out towards the future on "Where the Sky Is Infinite," a kind of folk-pop pilgrim's progress.
St. Louis' own Beth Bombara takes Americana to the next level on her self-titled album
With a nod to early Mumford & Sons and folk pop in general, Scottish singer and songwriter James Mackenzie ponders the doubt and the letting go of contemporary life in the new song "Maybe."
A lazy summer day, a winding river and a soundtrack courtesy of Dana Falconberry, whose "Crooked River" beautifully captures the feeling of a daydream far away from the madding crowds.