It can be easy for emotion to get lost among synths and circuit boards, but Robert DeLong approaches the genre as a singer-songwriter – one who also happens to be pretty good with a laptop.
If you haven’t seen The National live before, prepare to be blown away. Get a good spot when they play LouFest this September!
Space Capone is bringing his intergalactic mission to Forest Park in September in an effort to funkify St. Louis.
Whether you’re talking about his guitar abilities, powerful voice, or knack for writing complex melodies – there’s clearly something Jim James has that simply can’t be taught.
In addition to receiving honors such as the 2011 Tipperary Song of Peace Award, Andrea Davidson has taken her beautifully hopeful songs from taverns in her native Louisville, Kentucky to TED Talks and beyond.
Check out live clips, comedy shorts, and behind the scenes footage from Fitz and the Tantrums.
Alabama Shakes quickly has quickly become one of the most popular roots-rock bands in the past decade with three Grammy nominations, appearances on Saturday Night Live and Austin City Limits TV Show, an invitation to record and tour with Jack White, and more.
One of the most clever bands at LouFest this year, Jukebox The Ghost combines a wonderfully weird sense of humor with sharp pop sensibilities to create upbeat, piano-based toe-tappers…
Rowdy St. Louis locals Kentucky Knife Fight – who were just named the city’s best rock band by Riverfront Times – are definitely going to shake things up at their LouFest debut this year.