Under the stage name Le’Ponds, electro-folk singer-songwriter Lisa Houdei creates a sound unlike anything you’ve ever heard before, right here in St. Louis.
Emerging acts are performing shows at top-secret venues, and music fans are demanding even more. Sofar St. Louis organizers are happy to oblige.
Combining a little honky tonk, punk attitude and classic country vocals, Lydia Loveless has a massive underground following to match her massive talent.
This Saturday, the queen arrives in St. Louis. That means it's time to break the bank for this once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the top pop and R&B star in the world.
From the time that Emily Wallace and Ali Ruby were teenagers, they knew what they wanted to—or “had to” do, as they put it. “We’ve tried doing anything, everything else,” Wallace says.
As the summer is winding down, St. Louisans and surrounding area music-lovers will gather for one of the most anticipated local music festivals of the year, The Whiskey War Festival.
The artist releases "Highway Bound" accompanied by a Missouri tour
And the release show on Aug. 11 is going to be a party.
Presenting their newest album "Astoria"