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St. Louis' Jesse Gannon, along with a rotating cast of some of the city's most accomplished musicians, performed Gannon's debut album to an enthusiastic, music-savvy crowd at the Gramophone.

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The swinging Pokey LaFarge and band put on a generous free show that had people of all ages tapping their toes at Vintage Vinyl on Tuesday.

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"Darkest Eyes," a new tack from the Defeated County, featuring Langen Neubacher and a host of St. Louis musicians -- including Irene Allen and Jenn Malzone on harmonies, Kevin Koehler on second rhythm guitar, Bryan Ranney on mandolin, Glenn Burleigh on pedal steel and Simon Chervitz on bass -- has an air of misty backwoods mystery that pulls you in as the song unfolds.

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Veteran Saint Louis musicians Lucky Dan and Naked Mike (Dan Randant and Mike Newman) were the featured artists at the June 15 edition of KDHX's Harvest Sessions.

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The story of Bob Reuter and his transformation into the lead, howling spirit of Alley Ghost is well known by now. But what you might not know is that on his band's new 7" -- "Dana Dew" b/w "Brought Me to the Wire" -- he has never sounded more relentless, more alive and kicking, more like St. Louis' Poet Laureate of the North Side, South Side, Dark Side, Whatever Side Rock 'n' Roll Is On.

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"Mountain Sun" is a new track by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Beth Bombara. With banjo, slide guitar, brushed drums and piano, it's only modest on the surface. Fans of Alela Diane and Laura Veirs will find a kindred spirit in this St. Louis musician.

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Twangfest's third night took a string-heavy turn into traditional country territory. Local band Half Knots opened the night with a set of heartbroken songs given melancholy power by Danny Kathriner's soft tenor vocals.

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This review must begin with a note spelling out to readers that I am at fault for the confusion over Surfer Blood's start time. When I strolled in, I thought Surfer Blood was at the top of its set. In reality, a top-five band of mine had begun to enter its last song ("Drinking Problem") directly into the ears of every rabid fan in the Pageant's pit.

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The third evening of Twangfest 17 ushered in the weekend at Blueberry Hill's Duck Room, with a three-band bill ready to liven up the venue floor.

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Karate Bikini - A Simpler Sugar

Wed November 26
Karate Bikini is an eight piece ensemble who's members hail from St. Louis and the metro area. They are a large band with a large sound. Their latest album A Simpler Sugar is full of upbeat pop songs,…