4 a.m. is the time for that defining phone call: the phone call that you can only make to a true friend. That phone call that is about something inside of you that has died, or that has come to life. That call you make when you feel you have driven off someone you love, or have been driven off. Or when you need to make bail.
The Magnetic Fields have amassed an army of loyal followers, and each one of us appreciates them for a different aspect of their eclectic catalogue.
Last night, halfway through his set, Todd Snider asked the audience to request songs. Loud calls rained down directed at the stage.
Callaway and Graae, whose careers are bespangled with Broadway credits, gave a bang-up opening Thursday to a series of evenings produced by the St. Louis Cabaret Conference—a training program which is largely responsible for the recent rapid rise in visibility of cabaret in St. Louis. Founder/producer Tim Schall can be justly proud of the conference and its products.