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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.

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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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With two legendary songwriters on a bill expectations can run pretty high, but Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt easily exceeded those expectations with an evening of acoustic music Tuesday night at the Fabulous Fox Theatre.

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Last night, Sara Swenson and Katie Herzig proved that there is no difference between a solo singer-songwriter and one backed by a band if the artist is performing from the heart.

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Wednesday, 15 June 2011 09:26

Sondre Lerche 6/15/11

Norwegian singer-songwriter Sondre Lerche draws upon an array of influences -- pop, jazz and psychedelia -- to create songs that speak to experiences that we've all shared at one time or another.

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On a night short on soliloquies from the stage, Jessica Lea Mayfield and her band let their mix of country rock music do the storytelling for them. The set mesmerized the Off Broadway audience with a mix of hauntingly gorgeous vocals and feedback-laden guitar wizardry.

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Friday, 13 May 2011 09:55

Jessica Lea Mayfield 5/13/11

At times seductive and at times witty, Jessica Lea Mayfield's deep drawl never obscures the dark ache and heartbreak of her lyrics.

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Jessica Lea Mayfield
Tell Me
Nonesuch

Jessica Lea Mayfield's sound is like a silk negligé: soft with an innocent facade yet sultry, seductive and maybe a little dangerous.

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Wednesday, 04 May 2011 12:38

Colin Hay 5/4/11

Colin Hay is famous as the lead singer for '80s Aussie hitmakers Men at Work, but he’s set aside the skinny ties and quirky videos to allow his stellar songwriting and vocals to take center stage.

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Consider Our Blood Richard Buckner's Chinese Democracy. His last album, Meadow, was released in 2006, and since then he's been touring, mostly, with regular stops in St. Louis.

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