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I Draw Slow
"White Wave Chapel"
Pinecastle Records

There is an interesting moment in a recent interview with Dave Holden, guitarist of the Irish band I Draw Slow, when he notes that in America their music is described as Irish, and in Ireland, it's American. The problem might simply be in knowing too much; the band may be from Ireland, but this is American music, drawing from the folk traditions of Appalachia.

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The lilting, string-soaked "Fall Out of the Sky" by San Francisco-based singer and songwriter Frances England has a flash of insight to share: we may all feel like we're falling sometimes, but we're all falling together.

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The Milk Carton Kids' performance at the Sheldon Concert Hall on Tuesday was sweet and sour from the start: sweet by way of the music, and sour by way of some members of the audience.

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The old devil is at it again. For a simple farm-to-stage musician, William Elliott Whitmore can make a helluva lot of noise.

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Off Broadway was packed on Friday, with eager music fans coming out to see William Elliot Whitmore and Austin Lucas on their Midwest tour.

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Mixing West African musical forms with Western rock instruments, the nomadic group Tinariwen gave a hypnotic performance at the Old Rock House on Wednesday night.

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Folk pop duo Lily and Madeleine took the stage of the Firebird on Wednesday night to an intimate crowd, marking the start of their tour with Shannon Hayden.

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"Got a quiver full of fire and a head full of rain, and I've been clinging to the drifting air," begins Patrick Park's lyrically majestic and musically humble "My Holding Hand Is Empty." It's the kind of song that only a serious songwriter could write; that it's so well sung and performed just makes it all the more remarkable.

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Legendary blues man B.B. King stopped in St. Louis and performed for an adoring crowd at the Peabody Opera House on Friday night.

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Saturday, 05 April 2014 12:00

The Nields 4/5/14

Performing for more than 20 years, the Nields are no amateurs when it comes to contemporary folk-rock music.

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