Rondo Leewright, the St. Louis blues singer who captivated the city for years with his powerful voice, passed away yesterday of cardiac arrest. He was 65 years old. Rondo was the featured vocalist in the early '80s for the Soulard Blues Band. He rose to greater prominence in mid-decade, tho ... More >>
Jon ScorfinaAs major record labels have struggled to adjust to the new digital landscape, independent labels have thrived by sticking to the tried and true demand for vinyl. We caught up with Kate Eddens, a former employee of both Thrill Jockey records and Vintage Vinyl, at her south city hom ... More >>
photo by Jennifer SilverbergBlack Spade reminisces with Lillie Mischer, a former neighbor in Pine Lawn, his old 'hood. â€‹An apology is in order. This week's feature story profiling local rapper/producer/singer extraordinaire Black Spade contains a mix-up regarding where he grew up and got into hip- ... More >>
The Skeletons reunite, we gift some of St. Louis' best bands and remember Ike Turner.
Week of June 22, 2006
It might be the last dance for St. Louis' independent record stores.
The Executioner's Last Songs, Volumes 2 & 3 (Bloodshot)
Week of May 28, 2003
Week of May 14, 2003
Your verdict is in: Check out St. Louis’ favorite local musicians.
KDHX-FM's "Celebrity Barbecue" promises a smorgasbord of music
Saturday, May 27; Side Door
Locals who want to sell their used CDs to retailers in the city of St. Louis will be required to put their paws to the inkpad
Hip-hop's here. Deal with it. Check the local MCs and DJs moving up from the underground.