Once again, we find ourselves at the time of year that everyone loves: An Under Cover Weekend, that magical pair of nights when some fine local artists in St. Louis put aside their own works to pay tribute to their idols.
Along with folk guitarist Ryan Spearman, we ascended the sawdust-strewn stairs up to the belfry of the Grandel Theatre.
If you were to ask Luke Prize who his bandmates were three weeks prior to the Great Grandfathers' album release show, he wouldn't have known the answer.
Sad news came across the wires last night: Tim Mize -- a longtime KDHX volunteer and a central figure on the St. Louis punk scene -- has passed away after suffering a brain aneurism and a massive stroke.
One of the many great things about being a writer at KDHX is that you get to write about bands that you love. No one is lining us up to talk to a Top-40 artist.
There was a blissful peace in the late morning air as the Midwest's most devout hip-hop heads trickled into the Bagnell Dam Bait Shop and Campground in Lake Ozark, Mo.
St. Louis blue-collared rocker Jon Hardy fell out of a tree a little under a year ago this month. This month also marks Hardy and his band the Public's return to the stage since the accident.