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KDHX and The Sheldon present the third annual festival featuring Sarah Jarosz, the 23 String Band, Riley Baugus, Foghorn String Band and more.

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There may be something you don't know about Dave Rawlings: he's not human, he's a machine. That may speak to the source of his group's name, Dave Rawlings Machine, but it's more like a collection of friends who happen to be within arms' reach.

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On Wednesday night the Sheldon Concert Hall graciously hosted the Dave Rawlings Machine in what is sure to be one of the best shows of the year in St. Louis.

Published in Music News

It was more than a decade ago that the Eels last played St. Louis, and fans at the Sheldon Concert Hall were not disappointed on Friday, listening to a warm and intimate set from frontman E and company.

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Five years ago this week Eels released "Hombre Loco" a distortion-heavy treatise on desire where band mastermind Mark Oliver Everett -- he goes by E. -- frantically declared, "All I can do is feel feel feel" on "Lilac Breeze."

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The Milk Carton Kids' performance at the Sheldon Concert Hall on Tuesday was sweet and sour from the start: sweet by way of the music, and sour by way of some members of the audience.

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Amos Lee is a hard man to put a label on. Right down to his name (it's a stage name), his genre -- an eclectic mix of rock, R&B, country and folk -- and his songs -- equal parts funky and soulful, serious and playful.

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It was a night with endless musical choices in St. Louis as the best of the local scene offered a list of pre-Mardi Gras events in addition to our standard Friday selection of concerts, but the Sheldon had little trouble filling its concert hall. The split bill drew in a blend of aficionados from both American and African folk music for a night that beautifully illustrated familial connection in the musical roots of both continents.

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Chris Bay of KDHX introduced Gregory Allen Isakov in rare form for this monumental session at the Sheldon Concert Hall. Interestingly, Isakov’s songwriting seemed more dynamic without his usual backing band.

Published in Music News

The crowd sang to Rickie Lee Jones before she had a chance to sing to them Friday night at Sheldon Concert Hall, breaking into an impromptu "Happy Birthday" as soon as she took the stage. And, while it seemed to touch her, it seemed to also bring a moment of embarrassment and melancholy.

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