After more than 40 years in the music business, one might think that saxophonist David Sanborn has done it all. From playing at Woodstock with the Butterfield Blues Band, to performing on dozens of hit records with artists ranging from Stevie Wonder to David Bowie, to a successful solo career ... More >>
Photo by Jon ScorfinaMany artists have used the album cover as a vehicle for greater mass exposure. Robert Crumb transitioned from the obscurity of underground comics to mainstream consciousness with his cover of Big Brother and the Holding Company's Cheap Thrills. Derek Riggs made his mark o ... More >>
Jon ScorfinaAs more music listeners turn to free Internet radio and blogs to discover new music, building an audience for a new terrestrial radio show is increasingly difficult. DJ Bobby Analog took on an even greater challenge this year when he launched his new show on KDHX by choosing to pl ... More >>
Last night at the Pageant, Dweezil Zappa Plays Zappa performed Frank Zappa's seminal album Apostrophe (') "in its unmitigated entirety." (Seriously: That's how the venue billed the album.) A to Z's reviewer was unfortunately sick and couldn't make the show, but Todd Owyoung was there and snagged som ... More >>
A lust for the grotesque and a thirst for the jugular: the mad mind of printmaker Tom Huck
You came, you saw, you voted: the winners of the 2005 Riverfront Times Music Awards
We chat with a fresh-faced John Oates, pick the brain behind M.O.T.O. and play a scary game with Burnt by the Sun
Dr. William J. Catalona built an unrivaled repository of blood and tissue samples. Washington University wants to keep it. Now a judge will decide: Who owns the prostates?
He can turn bricks into gold, junk into antiques, disasters into opportunities. But Pete Rothschild just can't transform his reputation.
Yet another barn-burner from the magical Opera Theatre of St. Louis
Twenty-seven years ago, Shuggie Otis released one amazing record. Maybe now it'll get its due.
William S. Burroughs
Vote for Gore, vote for Bush -- what's the difference?
Four new releases don't tell all of the Captain Beefheart story