Stoner rock gets dark and doomed in the sound of Damned Holy Rollers. The band is on a mission to take St. Louis on a heavy trip, late into the rock 'n' roll night.
The latest and loudest addition to the St. Louis rockabilly scene, the Rat Rod Kings play rockabilly with a straight-ahead, no-frills rock & roll attitude.
This isn't rock 'n' roll treason. This is Benedict Arnold, a punk rock band from St. Louis that makes no apologies and takes no prisoners.
Stepping away from the hard-charging psychobilly his band is known for, Tiger Army frontman Nick 13 entered the KDHX studios with just his guitar to pay tribute to his love of country music.
Fire Dog is the latest rock & roll project from veteran singer, songwriter and entertainer Celia. The group showcased songs from their 2009 release Your Heart Is a Muscle on Greaser's Lunchbox.
Rockabilly heart throb Everett Dean won his first singing contest at the age of 12 and he's been honing his vocal chops ever since. He brought the hard shell, reverb-soaked twang to KDHX.
Bluegrassy rockabilly satirists from Seattle, Bob Wayne and the Outlaw Carnies brought their songs of truckin', pluckin' and shuckin' to KDHX.