Opera singer Frances Ginsberg was born in St. Louis in 1955 and attended Horton Watkins High School in Ladue, Missouri.
Hailing from Festus, Missouri, the Langaleers may make music in the shadow of fellow Festusians the Bottle Rockets, but their frenetic garage-rock sound, while echoing with a bit of Midwestern twang here and there, has an often crunchy, sometimes mathy drive that complements singer and songwriter Kory Meyer's raspy snarl.
St. Louis native Felicia Weathers grew up to be an internationally renowned soprano opera singer.
Wrapping up February -- from the looks of the forecast, you may have do some wrapping up (in layers) to attend these shows.
There are a lot of stories about Pennsylvania-based rockers the Districts.
Violinist and luthier Geoff Seitz has been performing and also making violins and other instruments since serving his apprenticeship in the mid '70s.
Your efforts to brave the weather in search of great sounds can be amply rewarded by any of these options.
What first impresses on "Blameless," the new single by St. Louis-based electronic-music group CaveofswordS, is simply the melody: the way it flows in and out and around and through the host of percussive and synthetic textures. The melody is carried by Sunyatta McDermott's seraphic voice, but it's also absolutely inseparable from each musical element. In short: "Blameless" is glorious.