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On a night short on soliloquies from the stage, Jessica Lea Mayfield and her band let their mix of country rock music do the storytelling for them. The set mesmerized the Off Broadway audience with a mix of hauntingly gorgeous vocals and feedback-laden guitar wizardry.

Published in Reviews

KDHX kicked off a summer of independence from mainstream media with Midwest Mayhem. The City Museum was home to four floors and several stages of musical acts and entertainment spread out over five hours on Thursday evening.

Published in Inside KDHX
Friday, 13 May 2011 18:49

Elephant Revival 5/13/11

With a mammoth sound and the uncanny ability to breathe new life into acoustic music, Elephant Revival couldn’t have picked a better name to describe its blend of old and new world sounds.

Published in Live Performances
Friday, 13 May 2011 10:55

Jessica Lea Mayfield 5/13/11

At times seductive and at times witty, Jessica Lea Mayfield's deep drawl never obscures the dark ache and heartbreak of her lyrics.

Published in Live Performances

On the first of May, St. Louis songsters and lovers young and old huddled in the Firebird, warm and sheltered from the rain, swigging Stella, awaiting a performance from Slow Runner and the iconic William Fitzsimmons.

Published in Reviews

The air outside the Pageant last night was uncharacteristically quiet and calm for a sold-out show. The relaxed crowd that lined up along both sides of the venue in the cold and pattering rain waited patiently to see the Decemberists and Justin Townes Earle play.

Published in Reviews
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 17:51

Justin Townes Earle 4/27/11

What's in name? Big shoes to fill, perhaps, when your dad is an acclaimed singer-songwriter and you were named after his friend and biggest influence.

Published in Live Performances
Friday, 22 April 2011 12:55

Ian McFeron 4/22/11

The breeze of a summer’s night can leave an impression that just cools the body, and leaves the soul searching for the next wave of euphoria.

Published in Live Performances
Tuesday, 19 April 2011 12:33

My Molly 4/19/11

The first thing you'll notice about the duo My Molly is the tart, slightly spooky, often fierce vocals. And then the songs kick in.

Published in Live Performances
Tuesday, 15 March 2011 00:13

Robert Sarazin Blake 3/14/11

Robert Sarazin Blake paints the imagery of a peaceful escape to the quiet backwoods of the Northwest. This small-town-based musician writes songs with the soul of countryside cabins and folk tales.

Published in Live Performances
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