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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.

Published in Music News

At the Old Rock House on Friday night, instead of an opening act, we were treated to almost two hours of Squidbillies, the dark, absurdist "Adult Swim" cartoon in which Unknown Hinson voices Early Cuyler, an Appalachian Mud Squid with a low IQ, an alcohol problem and a penchant for trucker caps with trashy phrases on them.

Published in Reviews

Rockabilly rebels 7 Shot Screamers returned to the Firebird on Friday for a decidedly raucous night.

Published in Music News
Thursday, 03 May 2012 13:41

Victims of Circumstance 5/3/12

Taking rock 'n' roll back to its roots, St. Louis-based Victims of Circumstance shift from blues to rockabilly, hitting each stop along the way.

Published in Live Performances
Wednesday, 02 May 2012 16:23

JD McPherson 4/27/12

Mixing jazz, blues and a big shot of old style rock 'n' roll into a fierce cocktail, JD McPherson pushes time backward with his swinging analog grooves.

Published in Live Performances
Thursday, 08 March 2012 10:27

Whitehorse 3/8/12

Whitehorse may be a new band, but its passionate take on gospel, country and early rock 'n' roll has already hit its stride.

Published in Live Performances
Saturday, 11 February 2012 18:47

Trigger 5 2/11/12

When it comes to heartbreaking, shot-shooting, two-stepping, smooth-shuffling country music, Trigger 5's aim is true.

Published in Live Performances
Monday, 05 December 2011 00:07

Wayne "the Train" Hancock 12/4/11

The ghost of Hank Williams haunts many a country singer and songwriter. In Wayne "the Train" Hancock's case, the ghost has a found a true, kindred spirit.

Published in Live Performances

"Earplugs at the bar," said the guy working the door. I couldn't hear him, because Magic City opened with a set so blisteringly loud you could hear it a block away. Fans of Primus, check them out.

Published in Reviews
Monday, 17 October 2011 15:08

Rat Rod Kings 10/17/11

The latest and loudest addition to the St. Louis rockabilly scene, the Rat Rod Kings play rockabilly with a straight-ahead, no-frills rock & roll attitude.

Published in Live Performances
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