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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.

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Needing no introduction, Wanda Jackson took the stage of Blueberry Hill's Duck Room last night, and proved that even after fifty years in the business, she can still hold a crowd in the palm of her hand.

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With the presence of Old Lights and two talented Wills, Off Broadway's Open Highway Music Festival offered a second night of twangy beauty.

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In the green space of Strauss Park that looks out on the Fox Theatre, Funky Butt Brass Band set up for a rendition of the traditional song "Just a Closer Walk with Thee."

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We met St. Louis' Funky Butt Brass Band in the Grandel Theatre and congregated in the upstairs chapel area.

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Palace 8/5/12

Sure to put more than a little pep in your step, Palace have expanded their realm rapidly throughout the St. Louis scene in the short two years the band has been together.

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The spirit of the '60s was alive and well on Friday night, with both the Ghost Wolves and Burrowss bringing their own takes on garage rock to the Heavy Anchor.

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Jessica Lea Mayfield kicked off her summer tour at the Firebird on Tuesday night to a captivated crowd.

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During the single hour containing JEFF the Brotherhood's set, I had three beers poured on my head, one pocket knife placed in my back pocket and four bruises just waiting to show up the next day.

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Rock 'n' roll, in its many forms, remains the quintessential melting pot of music. Musicians from all different genres have given color to the various incarnations over the years. At the heart of the genre is still a blend of country and blues that gives rock 'n' roll its very soul.

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