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Rick Comello began collecting music as a child, frequenting Vintage Vinyl and other local wax emporiums. Eventually branching out into the world of progressive rock and fusion, Comello now shares obscure entries from his ever-enlarging collection on "C-Sides," from 1-3 a.m. Central every Tuesday on KDHX.

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The summer has come to a close. The days are shorter, the autumn breeze blows colder and the long wait for opening night at Jazz at the Bistro has finally ended. To kick off Jazz St. Louis's 19th season, the highly influential Yellowjackets have returned to this intimate setting to dole out four nights of modern jazz and fusion.

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Instrumental fusion band Snarky Puppy performed at the Old Rock House on Friday, much to the delight of a packed dance floor.

Published in Music News

Irony is the last refuge of the contrarian rock star, and Steely Dan has made an art form of the sneer and the swerve. No one captured the shattered ennui of the '70s like Walter Becker and Donald Fagen, with music that rode between rock and jazz and with lyrics that dripped irony and were derived from the detachment of seeing the world through drug-colored glasses.

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Much like these long-awaited summer nights, Herbie Hancock's "Head Hunters" is delightfully fleeting. With four songs totaling just over 40 minutes, the entire album is perfect for popping on the stereo during a sultry soirée.

Published in Music News
Monday, 03 June 2013 12:00

Raw Earth 6/3/13

Raw Earth is an exotic musical collective, sometimes including dancers, from right here in St. Louis, but the sound is three worlds away.

Published in Live Performances

The world of jazz is expansive and limitless. It combines elements from every style of music that it encounters, generating a sound that belongs entirely to the musicians on stage and those privileged enough to share the experience. Wednesday night, the most knowledgeable of Jazz at the Bistro's regulars joined the Lionel Loueke Trio for a set that was as diverse as it was original.

Published in Reviews
Thursday, 28 March 2013 12:00

Cliff Hines 3/28/13

Cliff Hines and his quintet are all graduates of the renowned New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, the city's progressive arts high school and the book learning appears to have done them some good.

Published in Live Performances

Taking the Old Rock House stage with his backing band, a group featuring three-fourths of New Orleans funksters Yojimbo, Mike Dillon immediately tore into a few tracks from his newest album "Urn."

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Victor Wooten assembled a squad of some of his favorite musicians and brought his new line-up to an eager St. Louis crowd, bristling with excitement over a night that featured new music with a dash of past favorites.

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