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On the first of May, St. Louis songsters and lovers young and old huddled in the Firebird, warm and sheltered from the rain, swigging Stella, awaiting a performance from Slow Runner and the iconic William Fitzsimmons.

Published in Reviews
Sunday, 01 May 2011 21:27

William Fitzsimmons 5/1/11

Folk singer-songwriter William Fitzsimmons' contemplative style warms listeners with hushed, confessional lyrics and dulcet multi-instrumental arrangements.

Published in Live Performances
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 17:51

Justin Townes Earle 4/27/11

What's in name? Big shoes to fill, perhaps, when your dad is an acclaimed singer-songwriter and you were named after his friend and biggest influence.

Published in Live Performances
Saturday, 23 April 2011 17:49

Matt Rowland 4/23/11

Matt Rowland, who usually fronts the eponymous Matt Rowland Band, laid it bare for this KDHX session, working with just his voice and guitar. It's more than enough.

Published in Live Performances

Taking the stage before an intimate crowd at Off Broadway, John Doe and Jill Sobule played an 80 minute set that seemed like you were watching two old pals jamming out in their living room.

Published in Music News

With the sky overcast, the ground damp and a slight chill in the air, the atmosphere in the Old Rock House was appropriately mellow.

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Who knows how I stumbled across boho, neo-folk, semi-popular singer-songwriter Cameron McGill. The song I first heard was "What You Wanted," from McGill's 2006 album Street Ballads & Murderesques.

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James McMurtry and the Bottle Rockets, double bill at the Pageant. All photos by Nate Burrell. See more at my Flickr stream.

Published in Music News
Saturday, 26 March 2011 14:22

James McMurtry 3/26/11

Woody Guthrie once said, "It's a folk singer's job to comfort disturbed people and to disturb comfortable people." James McMurtry gives that job description a whole new meaning.

Published in Live Performances

Lucinda Williams
Blessed
Lost Highway

She's 11 albums and 32 years into a career built on the things country and blues are made of: personal heartache, loss, betrayal. With the release of Blessed on March 1, 2011, country and blues singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams remains shroud in solemnity, but the inspiration behind the 3-time Grammy winner's songwriting no longer comes exclusively from within.

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