The music of Rolie Polie Guacamole is all about interaction. With jumping rhythms and clever songwriting -- hey, kids are smart -- the group turns every song into a crazed, full-body aerobics workout.
Elizabeth Mitchell says she's plays "all ages folk music." That's about right, as her graceful way with universal sounds and themes often sounds timeless.
With an indie pop edge and literate subtlety, St. Louis band Vintage Years makes dreamy songs soaked in reverb and gospel soul.
From singing in coffee shops and theme parks, to conquering the country charts, it's been a long, fruitful journey for Suzy Bogguss.
The shimmering and lilting folk rock of Spectator is perfect for a stroll in the moonlight or just slipping into a day dream.
You better not cry, you better not pout -- it's Christmas time again and Celia's Yuletide Express is in town.
Splicing together pop, rock and country, Bari Koral makes children's music with a strong sense of pop craft.
Prohibition wasn't exactly party time, but the '20s did give rise to some deliriously danceable and singable music. St. Louis band Wack-A-Doo captures the speakeasy scene in all its vintage glory.
What do hula hoops, hippopotamuses and popcorn have in common? They're all grist for the songwriting mill of Laura Doherty.