Hypnotic, lush and exhilirating, the latest from Brothers Lazaroff builds upon the veteran St. Louis band's soul and psych-influenced sound with horns, strings and synths. It's the kind of song that just might stay on your mind "Day and Night."
George Murphy “Pops” Foster started out playing the cello, then become a fine jazz bass player who was also well-versed on the trumpet and tuba.
Unifyah -- a local powerhouse of a band that combines elements of ska, reggae, rock, dub and hip-hop with a touch of soul and funk -- has finally released its first full-length album, "HEAVYASSTONE."
When it comes to noisy, giddy, poppy punk, Bunnygrunt has been setting the standard in St. Louis since the early '90s. "Still Chooglin' (After All These Beers)," an affectionate sendup of sloppy and speedy two-chord bar rock (if not CCR itself), shows they've still got a lot left in the tank.
As I suspected, fighting my computer issues (which I'm still doing) made any weekend edition un-doable.
Barbara Harbach is a harpsichordist, organist, composer and teacher who has served for many years as professor of music at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
July 4, 2015. Fireworks pop as night falls; downtown St. Louis lights up, and its sky fills with a barrage of colors.
St. Louis native and former Gold Glove boxer Nolan Van Way gave up a career as an engineer for one as an operatic singer.