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Singer and songwriter Dave McPherson, best known for his work with UK alt-metal band InMe, demonstrates the power of his plaintive voice, furtive guitar and searching lyrics on the new solo acoustic track "Nothing Is Enough."

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The pristine and rugged landscape of Bitterroot Valley, Montana provides the context for Skye Steele's evocative vision of folk music. Droning fiddle, sparkling banjo, drifting piano and streams of vocals create a yearning soundscape on the song "Hiromitsu & Yuko."

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Jackson Browne wrote "These Days" when he just a teenager, but the song has become something of a standard, a song that reveals new feelings and meanings every time it's sung with soul. And that's just what Chicago-based singer-songwriter (and Fort Frances frontman) David McMillin does on this new solo acoustic version.

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Bahamas played at the Duck Room on Friday night with Afie Jurvanen, who came all the way from Toronto with a full band.

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Old Salt Union drove from Lawrence, Kansas back to St. Louis for their second appearance at Harvest Sessions at Tower Grove Farmer's Market.

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Saturday, 04 October 2014 12:00

Bahamas 10/4/14

There's a conversational minefield out there in music, folks, and it comes in the form of solo artists taking group names, like Bahamas, for example.

Published in Live Performances

The opening number for Brett Dennen's concert at the Old Rock House on Monday night was a good as any indicator that this boyish, red-haired, singer-songwriting phenom has some love issues.

Published in Reviews
Tuesday, 30 September 2014 07:00

Song of the Day: 'Like You' by Cariad Harmon

London-raised, New York-based singer and songwriter Cariad Harmon comes into her own on the sparkling and soulful ballad "Like You," a love song meant for clapping and humming along to, if ever there was one.

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A stop at the "Bluegrass Shack" with a mention of the name John Prine elicited a distinctive response from Earl, who sat behind the counter: “He's a legend.” With that thought in mind, Prine fans, including plenty of St. Louis singer-songwriters and KDHX DJs, filled the Touhill Performing Arts Center on Friday night.

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