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The adventurous sound of Funeral Bonsai Wedding is something entirely new for songwriter Steve Dawson, long-known as leader of Chicago rock band Dolly Varden and accomplished solo artist. Suffused with free-swinging jazz and physically-intense romanticism, "As Soon As I Walk In" captures the expressive power of an open-ended musical approach.

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Steve Dawson has received recognition and success in the Chicago music scene for almost two decades, but even with all his accomplishments he remains down-to-earth and his music true to his Idaho-based roots.

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The clear August night might have been a sign of the apocalypse or good fortune as Dave Alvin took the stage at Off Broadway with his brother Phil.

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On this remix of "Hey Mami," Durham, North Carolina duo Sylvan Esso joins forces with Adam Schatz and Ian Chang of Landlady for a sound that's as jazzy and bluesy as it is deconstructive.

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When does a three-hour cabaret evening feel too short? Why, when it stars Billy Stritch and Marilyn Maye, of course.

Published in Theater Reviews
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 10:10

Midyear 2014: KDHX DJ top 10 albums

July is here, and now that the fireworks have faded away, we celebrate a full half year of independent music by taking a look at some of the best releases of 2014 thus far. The DJs of KDHX have picked their 10 favorites from the first six months of the year, with plenty of surprises in store.

Published in Music News
Monday, 23 June 2014 23:23

St. Lou Fringe 2014: The Hits

I have been a big supporter of the St. Lou Fringe festival since its inception three years ago.  This year I was out of town for most of the festival’s run (June 18-22), so I only got to six events.  Rather than writing a review of each one, I have decided put them into three groups: hits, misses, and flops (a.k.a. “I want my 45 minutes back”).  We’ll start with the hits.

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When Lou Edward Thimes spoke on the radio and intoned "Fatha, Fatha, Fatha," it was an adult thing: women listeners approved, and the male ones would nod in agreement: they knew when listening to Fatha Thimes, the music would be top-notch soul/rhythm and blues, selected and voiced by one of the most identifiable talents on St. Louis airwaves.

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Mark Overton is just your regular, run-of-the-mill, Ph.D graduate in Molecular Genetics. He also happens to own and operate Saxquest, one of the most internationally acclaimed saxophone shops in the world, located in the Cherokee Antique Row in downtown St. Louis.

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