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When Lou Edward Thimes spoke on the radio and intoned "Fatha, Fatha, Fatha," it was an adult thing: women listeners approved, and the male ones would nod in agreement: they knew when listening to Fatha Thimes, the music would be top-notch soul/rhythm and blues, selected and voiced by one of the most identifiable talents on St. Louis airwaves.

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Twangfest 18 kicked off at Plush Wednesday night with a small but engaged crowd, delighting in soul-replenishing performances from three bands and leaving show-goers rejoicing late into the night.

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Cody ChesnuTT, the soldier of soul himself, returned to St. Louis to kick off the 18th installment of Twangfest at Plush. And what a show it was.

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Cody ChesnuTT hasn’t had a typical music career. His debut, self-recorded double album "The Headphone Masterpiece" came out in 2002 and received a lot of love and recognition, both from rock critics and neo-soul and hip-hop listeners. But aside from an EP and a few single tracks, he didn’t put out a new album until 2012.

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On Wednesday, June 4, 2014, Twangfest 18 kicks off at Plush in St. Louis with a night of soul and funk featuring Cody ChesnuTT, DeRobert & the Half-Truths and St. Louis' own Theresa Payne. Considered one of the most powerful singers on the St. Louis neo-soul scene, Payne recently released the single "Bye Fear," her boldest, most confident recording to date.

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No American city is immune from street crime, but post-Katrina New Orleans has been devastated by so much senseless violence. Written by Carl Gustafson, "Another Murder in New Orleans" looks the facts square in the eye and expresses the human scale of the tragedy through the kind of performance that only Bobby Rush and Dr. John can summon.

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A visit to New Orleans is a sensory treat, but the 2014 version of the French Quarter Festival takes your senses to a whole new level.

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Off Broadway was packed on Friday, with eager music fans coming out to see William Elliot Whitmore and Austin Lucas on their Midwest tour.

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Miracles are best left to the saints. Those with a calling and a talent. Higher beliefs and a hatful of hope. At Off Broadway on Friday night, two bands delivered two very different sermons; if not quite miraculous, the music came very close.

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