20 Years of the Point

The Point's necessary & indespensable collection of local music from St. Louis, circa late 1997 previous play pause next mute unmute Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin . $(document)...
Held on September 8, 1996, Pointfest 6 featured: 311 The Urge Soul Asylum Cheap Trick Descendents Stir The Nixons They Might Be Giants Dishwalla Nada Surf The Refreshments Reacharound I Mother Earth New World Spirits Primitive Radio Gods
The Point and Capitol Records teamed up in 1996 to put out this "Cool, new & cheap sampler". previous play pause next mute unmute Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin . $(document).ready...
Held on May 27, 1996, Pointfest 5 featured: Candlebox Gravity Kills Garbage Cracker No Doubt Jars of Clay Everclear Love & Rockets Seven Mary Three Luster God Lives Underwater Pulp Poe Triplefast Action Goldfinger
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This Pointfest was known as Pointfest 4, the first numbering of Pointfests, it was the second festival in 1995, held on August 19, 1995 Pointfest 4 featured: Ramones Everclear The Urge They Might Be Giants Big Audio Dynamite Matthew Sweet Better Than Ezra The Nixons Ben Folds...
Pointfest 3, originally known as Pointfest '95 , ended up being the first of two Pointfests in 1995. Pointfest 3 featured: Toad the Wet Sprocket Bush Faith No More Blues Traveler Sponge Collective Soul The Stone Roses
Pointfest 2, known then as Pointfest '94, was held on Saturday, August 20, 1994. Pointfest 2 featured: 311 The Urge Lisa Loeb MC 900 Ft. Jesus The Smithereens Material Issue They Might Be Giants Violent Femmes The SKoubies previous play pause next mute unmute Update Required To...
On February 17th, 1993 KPNT 105.7 The Point signed on to the St. Louis airwaves, replacing “The Fox”. Take a listen to the audio below to hear the launch on The Point including the 1st song ever played on the station – “Radio Song” by R.E.M. Thanks to former Point DJ Tommy T for...