The Lee Boys is a family band on a mission to bring sacred steel to the masses.
Veteran guitarist Walter Trout's résumé reads like a "Who's Who" of modern blues.
Rolling traditional ideas together with a progressive ethos, the Hatrick pushes the boundaries of bluegrass and folk with a carefree attitude.
If you form a group with a name like the Lightnin' Bottle Band, you'd better have some chops and grit. This St. Louis blues 'n' roots rock outfit lives up to its billing.
Of all the cover bands in St. Louis, Jake's Leg is surely among the most faithful. They're as close to the Dead as you'll get without a time machine.
There's nothing like honey from the Louisiana bayou. Inspired to rebuild after Katrina, the Honey Island Swamp Band has pieced together a sweet, new sound from treasured memories.
Steeped in heavy guitar blues and greasy Southern funk, the Scandaleros are so much more than just another jam band.
In the anatomy of roots music, the lipbone must be connected to the groove bone. That certainly seems to be true in regards to the sound of Lipbone Redding.
The ukulele has been making a comeback, and the Whole Earth Nuclear Ukulele Orchestra is doing its part. Swap your lei for some tie-dye as Dave Spangler and Thom Pallozola give the songs of the Grateful Dead (and more) a plucky acoustic spin.
If Beirut blends European folk with pop, and Gogol Bordello blends gypsy with punk, then Yard Dogs Road Show completes this triumvirate straddling old and new worlds with its perfect marriage of wild-west burlesque and 21st century indie rock. A mouthful, indeed! Yet "mouthful" is perhaps fitting for this collective that swallows swords, eats fire and ebulliates with hobo poetry. Experience the live session on the Other One.