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There are a million tired clichés that can be used to describe singer-songwriters. Tuesday evening at the Old Rock House Dar Williams put on a performance that was neither tired nor clichéd.

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Hot off his newest release "The Ones Who Wait," Denison Witmer brings introspective, acoustic indie-folk to St. Louis' the Firebird on Saturday, March 31 in support of William Fitzsimmons.

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Friday, 16 March 2012 09:50

Hayes Carll 3/12/12

When one of the best country songwriters around invites you to his house to hang out on the back porch and listen to a new song, you don't refuse.

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The appellation "legend" tends to be more of a marketing term than a description of an artist's importance. Often, it serves only to mark someone who's been lucky enough to get old without succumbing to too many vices and pitfalls along the way, and doesn't necessarily reflect the scope of their contribution to their art form.

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Picking favorite tunes by Guy Clark is more an exercise in what to leave out, rather than what to include. The songwriting legend is entering his seventh decade, still at the top of his game.

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Cory Chisel warmed up the packed Off Broadway with a set of seven songs that conjured the lonely American countryside.

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High on both the CMJ and Americana charts is "Voyageur," the latest release from singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards. This from-the-heart batch of songs is her most developed work yet.

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Ingrid Michaelson
"Human Again"

With her lilting voice and nerdy, girl-next-door looks, Ingrid Michaelson has charmed an audience and built a career around her good-girl appeal.

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Possessing a humor that draws fans in, singer-songwriter Todd Snider often covers topics that run much deeper.

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Mike Viola, a songwriter known for the Oscar-nominated song "That Thing You Do!" and his work with the Candy Butchers, opened the night with a set of acoustic tunes that got the crowd shimmying around the light-wrapped support poles of the Duck Room.

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