A block away from Off Broadway at sundown, you could see the glint of light on pearl snaps and smell the macaroni and cheese, bacon and apple butter melting on Texas toast. It was the final night of the first Open Highway Music Festival and the Cheese Shack food truck was cooking. Looking for jam ba ... More >>
David Perron, wicked handsome, wicked awesome. And no longer singing for the Eurythmics. David Perron, you magnificent bastard. Perron scored twice last night, helping the Blues to a 3-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators, who have suddenly gone from playoff contender to Tom Petty. (As in they ... More >>
REVIEW BY KATIE MOULTON Seven songs in, I was afraid I wouldn't make it out awake. Eight songs in, and the Amp energy garbage I had chugged to prevent just such an experience was crashing hard against Jakob Dylan and the Wallflowers' mellow vibes. Dylan emerged quietly last night, his thin frame ... More >>
Twangfest 13 closed out on Saturday, June 13 at the Duck Room, but you could consider the Pageant debut for Jenny Lewis (supported by indie twang-blues rockers Deer Tick and the droll and self-consciously eclectic Farmer Dave) an unofficial fifth night. And yet the vast majority of the capacity crow ... More >>
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Twenty-five years later, a filmmaker comes to grips with his Kids
A performer's diary charts the brilliant, the bawdy, the baked and the banal among St. Louis open mics
The 20th Ward delivers for the Democrats, then gets dumped
Willis Alan Ramsey recorded one classic record in 1972 and hasn't followed it up ... yet
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