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.
The Carolina Chocolate Drops came to St. Louis and put on a stellar show that was equal parts performance and music history lesson.
The Magnetic Fields have amassed an army of loyal followers, and each one of us appreciates them for a different aspect of their eclectic catalogue.
You didn't have to be the luckiest guy on the lower east side to win these tickets -- you just had to tell us what you would name a fictional 70th Magnetic Fields song.
The acoustically-sound Sheldon Concert Hall might just be the perfect space for the sonic warmth and cutting lyrics of the Magnetic Fields. And when Stephin Merritt and Co. decend upon the hall next Wednesday, November 14 as part of the KDHX sponsored Sheldon Sessions, we want you to be there. We'll even throw in an autographed album from the band!
Possessing a humor that draws fans in, singer-songwriter Todd Snider often covers topics that run much deeper.