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To know what Reverend Horton Heat is, you have to know rockabilly, the genre of music arising out of direct lineage to the rock 'n' roll, country and R&B of the '50s.

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The Bible Belt Sinners celebrated the release of their second studio album, "Sunday Best," with some Saturday night sinning (and singing) on March 22 at Blueberry Hill's Duck Room.

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The temperature outside was plummetting while Those Darlins kept everyone's body heat up at Off Broadway on Saturday night.

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Three days of music at South City's Heavy Anchor roared to a close on Saturday night, with the epic finale of GarageFest 2014.

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Monday, 05 August 2013 14:33

Bob Reuter, 1951-2013

Bob Reuter, host of "Bob's Scratchy Records," died on August 3, 2013 at the age of 61. His voice and vision were an essential, irreplaceable part of KDHX and the St. Louis community.

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A few tracks into Meatloaf's introduction to the world, a husky-voiced narrator asks, "On a hot summer night, will you offer your throat to the wolf with the red roses?"

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Rope-swinging and drunk night swimming had to be what Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Chronicle, Vol. 1" was compiled for. A greatest hits collection that really does stand up to its claim, the album is sweating with the steamiest swamp rock ever put to tape.

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Growing up in St. Louis in the 1970s, in the heyday of Peaches Records and KSHE "Real Rock Radio," I heard a lot of Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band.

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It's pretty much impossible to pigeonhole New Orleans-based band the Revivalists into any one genre, because their music is truly a fusion -- a delicious mix of rock, soul, funk and jazz with a dash of reggae and even hip-hop thrown in.

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Sunday was ground zero for roots-based rock at the Old Rock House as Paul Thorn and his band took the stage. The night was primed for what would turn out to be more of a revival than a concert.

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