Widspread Panic's lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist John Bell opens up about three decades in the business, the new album "Street Dogs," and his love of "Seinfeld."
Volunteer, photographer, entrepreneur and businessman Chris Malacarne hails from West Belleville, Illinois and specializes in product and editorial photography.
Preparing for her trip from Baltimore, experimental musician Susan Alcorn spoke to Jeremy Kannapell in advance of her double-bill with Chicago-based percussionist Frank Rosaly at Joe's Cafe, Friday, January 22
Michael 'Supe' Granda talks legendary KC venue, the Cowtown Ballroom, in advance of the documentary film screening at the Stage at KDHX, Thursday, January 21.
Concert Preview: On Tuesday, January 26 Canadian singer and songwriter City and Colour will return to The Pageant but KDHX had the chance to speak to the artist earlier this month as he preps for his North American and European tour.
New Year's Eve 2015 at the Pageant was swingin' with Pokey LaFarge and opening acts the River Kittens and Hooten Hallers playing to a cheering, confetti-doused crowd.
St. Louis works in its own way, but there's a lot more freedom to develop your own sound, and people will support you. There's no, "You have to sound like Band Number A..."
When Colin Suchland was five years old his parents bought his first camera, a small pocket-sized point-and-shoot that used a cartridge of 110 film. That life altering event was the beginning of a very distinguished avocation as a photographer.
Millstadt, Illinois resident Dustin Winter specializes in concert and street photography and started shooting for KDHX in 2011.
Looking forward to their live album release show at Off Broadway this Friday, Ha Ha Tonka's Brian Roberts shares his thoughts with KDHX. Listen to a track from the forthcoming album.