Nelly, Tef Poe, Nick Menn and JGE Retro Featured in Budweiser "Made in America" Video

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Tef shows an interviewer around Vintage Vinyl.
Budweiser and Vice Noisey have teamed up to create the "Made in America" series, a project that sees Budweiser/Vice travelling all across the country and showcasing homegrown talents in the cities throughout. The entire affair is a run-up to Jay-Z's big Made in America Festival, slated for August 30 in LA and Philadelphia.

See also: Budweiser's "Made in America" Concert at the Pageant Was Kinda Epic

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Kristeen Young Performs With Dave Grohl and Pat Smear on Late Late Show

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Native St. Louisan Kristeen Young, well-known for recently giving Morrissey a simply dreadful case of the common cold which caused Moz to cancel his entire tour (still an unbelievably flimsy excuse, brah), made her television debut this week -- and boy, was it a doozy.

Young performed on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, backed by no less than Dave Grohl and Pat Smear, of Foo Fighters fame.

See also: Morrissey Gets the Sniffles From STL Ex-Pat, Cancels Entire Tour Over It

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Video: St. Louis' Hibdon Hardwood, Importers of Exotic Wood For Musical Instruments

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Hibdon Hardwood's employees sort through newly acquired wood.
Bill Hibdon founded Hibdon Hardwood Incorporated in 1978, initially as a distributor of domestic woods, but after a trip to Central America the company began to import more exotic woods such as mahogany, rosewood and cocobolo, favorites for the construction of musical instruments (especially acoustic guitars). Over the years Hibdon has peddled its wood to manufacturers big and small, including well-known companies like Martin, Collings, Taylor and Gibson, as well as smaller builders all across the country.

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Watch Theresa Payne Perform Her New Single "Bye Fear" on Fox 2 News

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R&B songstress Theresa Payne, whom this publication named the best R&B singer of 2013, will release her newest single "Bye Fear" this Sunday at the Gramophone. The cover charge is $10 and the show starts at 8 p.m.

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Lumpy & the Dumpers' New Music Video for "Sex Pit" is the Most Awesome Thing

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Lumpy himself, covered in slime.

Lumpy & the Dumpers, St. Louis' premier purveyors of slime-covered, dirty punk rock, just released a music video yesterday, and boy is it a doozy.

See Also: Lumpy & the Dumpers: Slime Addicts On The Prowl


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'90s Cover Band the VCRs on the Found Footage Festival, Coming to St. Louis

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The Found Footage Festival teaches us about so many topics.

Think the videocassette is dead? Think again.

On Wednesday, November 6, the Found Footage Festival makes its way to the Mad Art Gallery (2727 S. 12th Street). Hosts Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher have scavenged the country's thrift shops and garage sales for the best -- and worst -- of VHS culture, and they excitedly share their finds with the masses year after year. Bizarre celebrity exercise fads, training montages, dating videos and "stranger danger" prevention tips all are screened "Mystery Science Theatre 3000" style, giving audiences a hilarious multi-sensory blast from the past.


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Arsenio Hall Performing "Country Grammar" in an Ozzie Smith Uniform: But Where's the Backflip?

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Arsenio Hall performing "Country Grammar" in an Ozzie Smith uniform, NOT doing backflips.

Last night, Nelly returned to the Arsenio Hall Show to collect on the bet he and Hall made on Tuesday of last week. The wager was over whether the Dodgers or the Cardinals would triumph in the recent series for the pennant: If the former, Nelly would perform his breakout hit "Country Grammar" wearing a Dodgers uniform; if the latter, Hall would perform the song, dressed in Ozzie Smith's duds.

Arsenio Hall proved himself a man of his word...well, mostly.

See Also: Nelly Wins Baseball Bet With Arsenio Hall; Hall Must Perform "Country Grammar" in Cardinals Jersey

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This Awesome Video Beautifully Captures the Spirit of South St. Louis

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Recently, the prolific Bill Streeter, he of the Lo-Fi St. Louis video series and Hydraulic Pictures fame, was commissioned by the Cherokee Street Business Association to create a video that would serve to promote Cherokee as a destination street in the city of St. Louis.

See Also: Bill Streeter Unleashes Lo-Fi Cherokee: Fourteen Bands, Fourteen Videos, One Day

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St. Louis Rapper Prince Ea Punks the Internet With Awesome Video Series

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St. Louis Rapper Prince Ea is no stranger to viral-video marketing. His "Backwards Rapper" video from 2011 has nearly 1 million views on YouTube, setting the Internet on fire when it was released. Last year's "Smoking Weed with the President" took off in a similar way when it came out, and it presently sits just shy of the 400,000 mark.

But his latest, highly ambitious endeavor just may be the best yet.

See Also: Prince Ea's Video For "Backwards Rappers" Turns a Gimmick Into a Symbol And Goes Viral

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Premiere: Bob Schneider's "Please Ask For Help" Music Video

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Bob Schneider's latest album, Burden of Proof, comes with a rather ambitious video plan: Schneider will film and release a music video for each song on the tracklist. Various media outlets have been given these videos to premiere over the months since the album was released, and thanks to our long and storied history of Schneider fandom, now it is RFT Music's turn.

See Also: Bob Schneider Will Sing Softly into Your Ear -- So Shut the Fuck Up!

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