Blending elements of folk, pop and roots-rock, Seattle based singer-songwriter Ian McFeron effortlessly creates a groove that is all his own.
The Riverfront Times just announced a full slate of awards in its annual Best of St. Louis edition -- and five 88.1 KDHX DJs stepped into the winner's circle.
Where the rock 'n' roll road ends, Sons of Bill keep driving, using the lessons they've picked up along the way to blaze their own path and save new souls.
So many musical strains come together in the songs of Cree Rider – honky tonk, cajun, blues and, of course, rock 'n' roll – it's easy to get lost in the sound. But his stories are always sure guides.
Pat Wolfe hosts the Interstate every Friday, 10 a.m.-noon Central on 88.1 KDHX. His specialty is Americana music ranging from alt-country, traditional country, bluegrass, folk and rock 'n' roll.
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.
The Lucky Old Sons have turned a 1950s style into their own modern, piano-driven sound. Their concepts are conscious of country and crafted with creativity.
The skateboarding, body-inking, harmonica-wielding, honky-tonking songwriter known as Rev. Matt is doing his part to keep the spirit of acoustic outlaw country alive in St. Louis.
Not only does Richie Kihlken refuse to limit himself to a single genre; the man refuses to be anchored to one instrument as well. The self-proclaimed "original cover artist" showcased his innovative one-man-band live in the studios of KDHX.
What do you get when you take three budding singer-songwriters from Austin, Texas and consolidate them into one band? The short answer is simple: Band of Heathens. More specifically though, you end up with an extremely versatile Americana outfit whose musicianship is just as impressive as their lyrics and delivery.