Veteran St. Louis band the Half Knots have been flying under the Americana and twangy-pop radar for years, but a song as catchy and evocative as "Drive Away" deserves a wider audience.
There is some witchcraft afoot at Off Broadway. On the outside, it has the visage of a barn. Yet, you won't find Budweiser Clydesdales and dirt floors inside.
After an inebriated fan hollered, "We love you, Tristen!" the Nashville, Tenn. resident deftly avoided being inundated with drunken proclamations of love by returning the fan's adoration with, "All right, everybody hug their neighbor! C'mon!"
After maintaining radio silence for over a year and half after their well-received LouFest 2011 appearance, Jumbling Towers is taking to the waves once again.
Each year hundreds of musicians perform live in the intimate confines of the Magnolia Avenue Studios of 88.1 KDHX.
In June Amanda Palmer raised over a million bucks via Kickstarter from fans wanting to help make her new album possible. Four months later, when she invited professional musicians to play in her shows without pay, she kicked off the Great Kickstarter Backlash of '12.