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Some non-festival options for the next three days -- in all, quite a variety of choices over them:

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One of the most respected and, in its own way, influential bands on the Americana/rock scene in St. Louis, Magnolia Summer is at its melodic best on the new track "Needles and Pins." The band will join KDHX for Twangfest 18, opening up the final night at Off Broadway on Saturday, June 7, 2014.

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While Twangfest kicks off Wednesday, here's a show that fits in nicely with it: 

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The Wilhelms, a duo comprised of veteran musicians Andy Ploof and John Wendland, performed at the West Pool Pavilion on Saturday, May 31 at KDHX Harvest Sessions at Tower Grove Farmer's Market.

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While this weekend is light on shows that appeal to me, a combination of being busy, the need to get this out and a dash of ennui nonetheless means a stripped-down edition.

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On Wednesday, June 4, 2014, Twangfest 18 kicks off at Plush in St. Louis with a night of soul and funk featuring Cody ChesnuTT, DeRobert & the Half-Truths and St. Louis' own Theresa Payne. Considered one of the most powerful singers on the St. Louis neo-soul scene, Payne recently released the single "Bye Fear," her boldest, most confident recording to date.

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The title of Kaoru Ishibashi's new LP "Lighght" is taken from a 1965 poem by Aram Saroyan in which the word "lighght" is the single word of text in the center of the page. It was considered controversial in its time for calling its just one, misspelled word a poem at all.

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Some things before the weekend:

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Mark Overton is just your regular, run-of-the-mill, Ph.D graduate in Molecular Genetics. He also happens to own and operate Saxquest, one of the most internationally acclaimed saxophone shops in the world, located in the Cherokee Antique Row in downtown St. Louis.

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I walk into the Gramophone in the Grove neighborhood of St. Louis at around 7:30 p.m. to find the members of Acoustics Anonymous in the middle of sound check.

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