Here at RFT Music, we care about our readers. We want to bring you sunshine, not rain. Joy, not pain. That's why we sucked it up and watched the ridiculous 56th annual Grammy awards last night -- so you didn't have to. No need to thank us -- we were happy to sit through four hours of hell to earn y ... More >>
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Thursday, March 24; Bottleneck Blues Bar in the Ameristar Casio, 1260 South Main Street, St. Charles
All Night Radio transcribes the sun's music so you don't have to
The New Pornographers play the sounds of summer. Hawaiian shirts optional.
Jay Farrar calls Terroir Blues a "back to basics" album. It's not.
Goodbye, free smokes. Goodbye, free money. R.J. Reynolds quits the club scene.
Week of January 16, 2002
Driving Rain (Capitol)
One of the world's pre-eminent sitar players, Imrat Khan once taught the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Now he teaches at Washington University.
Willis Alan Ramsey recorded one classic record in 1972 and hasn't followed it up ... yet