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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.

Published in Reviews
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 18:19

Jesse Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter 11/22/11

Jesse Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter are preoccupied with the intangibles of existence. As such, their music is as ambiguous and mercurial as the layered worlds of their fancy.

Published in Live Performances

Ryan Adams
"Ashes & Fire"
PAX-AM / Capitol

The first track on the new Ryan Adams record opens quietly as Adams sings, "Last time I was here it was raining/It ain't raining anymore."

Published in Reviews
Friday, 18 November 2011 18:22

Lydia Loveless 11/18/11

Stealing your heart -- and a few beers from the fridge -- Lydia Loveless is like the girlfriend who jacks your El Camino and leaves you in the dust. Then, for some reason you still love her for it.

Published in Live Performances
Thursday, 10 November 2011 18:35

Jolie Holland 11/10/11

Many artists mine the multi-layered bedrock of American music -- country, blues and jazz -- but few return with so many personal riches like Jolie Holland.

Published in Live Performances
Thursday, 10 November 2011 12:33

'I love it all' An interview with Darrell Scott

There are no easy labels for Darrell Scott. In his career he's been a first-call session musician in Nashville, a songwriter, performer, collaborator and producer -- and he recently toured with Robert Plant as part of his Band of Joy.

Published in Music News
Tuesday, 27 September 2011 21:34

Richard Buckner 9/27/11

Welcome back, Richard Buckner. Fans of enigmatic, incandescent songwriting have missed you.

Published in Live Performances
Thursday, 18 August 2011 20:03

David Olney 8/18/11

Like a bottle of scotch, age is a good thing in a singer-songwriter. The songs of David Olney are more than enough proof.

Published in Live Performances

John Hiatt
"Dirty Jeans and Mudslide Hymns"
New West

John Hiatt makes it look so easy. Just write a few great songs and then release a new record every couple of years. No problem. Except it's not always that easy.

Published in Reviews

Last night at Off Broadway, if you leaned over to the next person to ask the traditional St. Louis get-to-know-you question -- "Where did you go to high school?" -- the overwhelming response would have been "Collinsville."

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