The Old Rock House played host to a pair of musicians saturday night who drew a very interesting crowd comprised of what appeared to be ten-year-olds to seniors.
For years, Darrell Scott has been one of Nashville's best kept secrets. But with his work with Robert Plant's Band of Joy and a stream of solo albums, fans of roots music have taken notice.
Many artists mine the multi-layered bedrock of American music -- country, blues and jazz -- but few return with so many personal riches like Jolie Holland.
Prohibition wasn't exactly party time, but the '20s did give rise to some deliriously danceable and singable music. St. Louis band Wack-A-Doo captures the speakeasy scene in all its vintage glory.
October 22, 2011 marks the season finale of year five of the KDHX Harvest Sessions concert series.
A trio of gifted songwriters and singers, 3 Penny Acre bridges the worlds of bluegrass, folk and Americana.
Whether he realizes it or not, Jay Farrar, much like the afternoon sunlight in fall, casts a long shadow over the St. Louis music scene.