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To complement their lists of top 10 albums, some of our DJs weighed in with their picks for favorite songs and shows of the first half of 2015.

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The Urge, St. Louis' very own power rock band, played to a hot and sweaty crowd at Ballpark Village on Friday night.

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This July 10 singer Amy Black will join Americana rocker Sarah Borges and a full band on The Stage at KDHX. Together, they'll summon the sounds of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The show brings their voices to songs of classics like Etta James, Wilson Pickett and Aretha Franklin.

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Friday, 19 June 2015 12:00

Greyhounds 6/19/15

Self-describing their sound as "Hall and Oates meet ZZ Top" is a fitting way to introduce Texas-based duo Greyhounds.

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Rock, soul and country music collided at the Demo on Saturday night as St. Louis welcomed Banditos from Birmingham, Alabama, a band recently signed to Bloodshot Records.

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Here's a set of 10 great records. I've created this list as a more personal introduction than an academic one, and so I'm using the phrase "essential soul jazz" to describe the list very loosely. I recommend each with my heart and soul; meaning I've spent time getting to know them, and think you'll enjoy the experience of meeting them too.

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The unlikely pairing of two sax players and a drummer make up the trio Moon Hooch, who brought their mix of dance, jazz, soul and rock music to 2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center on Wednesday night.

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Always uplifting, Florida-based JJ Grey & Mofro returned to the Pageant on Saturday night with their special blend of swampy Southern blues-rock. Against a backdrop depicting the cover art from the band's new album, "Ol' Glory," -- a silhouette of two deer beneath the twisting branches of a tree -- the band put forth an energetic two-plus-hour set featuring both new material and old favorites, beginning with the funky-slow drawl of "Mississippi."

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Growing up in the Dakotas didn't offer many outlets for entertainment. But for East Side Slim the summer was when he could get his musical fix. AM radio stations would provide the music that would later propel him into a career of DJing.

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Last year was a busy one in regards to American music, and who could be expected to hear all the fine releases let loose late in the year?

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