Crimson Calamity (Nashville, TN)
Feb
24
7:00 PM19:00

Crimson Calamity (Nashville, TN)

Song-sirens Lauren Harding and Mallory Trunnell were veterans of intricate song-crafting and the bright lights of the stage on their own, but together, they discovered a shared talent for firecracker lyrics and glistening harmonies that became irresistible. The ladies penned a tune while participating in a songwriting challenge that sparked the notion to forge a Badass, Harmony-Laced, Roots/Rock driven, Outlaw Americana Lady Duo. Thus: Crimson Calamity was born.  With inspiration from artists like Brandi Carlile, The Civil Wars and Grace Potter, Crimson Calamity infused their influences into the release of their debut EP, “All in the Cards.” The music Crimson Calamity is devoted to creating embodies both sultry rock and traditional country aspects. Fans of both genres will hear these attributes in every song the gals concoct.  The fiery twosome is currently preparing to release their new EP ‘Gypsy Heart.’ This sophomore record showcases the evolution of the pair’s artistry that is seasoned and re-energized, while still offering their signature sound. Be sure to check out Crimson Calamity’s first single off 'Gypsy Heart' - 'Fool's Gold' available January 26th, 2018.

https://www.crimsoncalamitymusic.com

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Hot Swing Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers
Feb
25
11:30 AM11:30

Hot Swing Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers

Brunch 11am - 3pm   Reservations 314-367-3644

Guaranteed to make you want to dance, shimmy, shake, or at the very least tap your feet!!

Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences in St. Louis and beyond since 2007.  Led by powerhouse vocalist Valerie Kirchhoff, Miss Jubilee plays an energetic blend of Hot Jazz, Hokum, and Low-Down Blues from the 1920s and 30s. Their one-of-kind repertoire draws heavily from the bluesy and swingin’ sounds of St. Louis and Chicago’s south side. Fueled by a hard driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages.  Since it’s formation, Miss Jubilee’s reputation has grown to make her one of the most sought after and recognizable singers in St. Louis and the greater region. The band has performed throughout the country, and are a fixture at local festivals and summer concert series.

www.miss-jubilee.com

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Jim Manley Duo
Feb
27
7:00 PM19:00

Jim Manley Duo

figures he had spent around  7,500 plus nights playing his trumpet around town in his hometown of St. Louis since the 70's

 “I think I’ve played almost every place in town under one circumstance or another”

His recordings have gathered critical acclaim as well and have traveled all over the world.

Jim’s forays into the stratosphere are musically exciting and unbelievable to his peers.

 “Jim can make his trumpet soar, pop, sizzle and purr –he can do it all!”

ROSS GENTILE –WSIE 88.7

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Brian Vaccaro Duo (St. Louis, MO)
Feb
28
7:00 PM19:00

Brian Vaccaro Duo (St. Louis, MO)

Brian Vaccaro graduated from Webster University in St. Louis in 1996 with a Bachelor's Degree in Music with an emphasis in Jazz Studies. He continued his education at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville where he earned a Master's Degree in Music in Jazz Guitar Performance in 2000. Since completing his studies, Brian has been active as an educator as well as a performer. He has taught a variety of jazz and general music courses, including such titles as Jazz History, Jazz Ensemble, Rock History, and numerous others, at Southwestern Illinois College, St. Louis Community College, and St. Charles Community College. He has also performed and recorded with many of the top jazz musicians in the St. Louis area.

https://www.reverbnation.com/brianvaccarojazztrio

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NUTRIA (New Orleans, LA)
Mar
3
7:00 PM19:00

NUTRIA (New Orleans, LA)

NEW SOUNDS FROM NEW ORLEANS

Named after the infamous South Louisiana swamp rat, NUTRIA is an instrumental trio that performs original compositions with an emphasis on collective improvisation. Their music explores jazz, chamber music, and traditional music of the African diaspora and Eastern Europe, while staying true to New Orleans jazz and groove traditions.  

http://www.nutriamusic.com

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Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers / Hot Swing Jazz Brunch
Mar
4
11:30 AM11:30

Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers / Hot Swing Jazz Brunch

Brunch Served: 11am - 3pm

Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences in St. Louis and beyond since 2007.  Led by powerhouse vocalist Valerie Kirchhoff, Miss Jubilee plays an energetic blend of Hot Jazz, Hokum, and Low-Down Blues from the 1920s and 30s. Their one-of-kind repertoire draws heavily from the bluesy and swingin’ sounds of St. Louis and Chicago’s south side. Fueled by a hard driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages.  Since it’s formation, Miss Jubilee’s reputation has grown to make her one of the most sought after and recognizable singers in St. Louis and the greater region. The band has performed throughout the country, and are a fixture at local festivals and summer concert series.

http://miss-jubilee.com

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The Wildwoods (Omaha, NE)
Mar
4
6:00 PM18:00

The Wildwoods (Omaha, NE)

The Wildwoods, are an acoustic music group from Lincoln, Nebraska. Their music is rich in love, happiness and passion that will melt your heart and inspire your soul.

The Wildwoods bring a pioneering sound to Americana Roots Music. Nominated in 2016 by the Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards as one of the best Americana/Folk bands in the area. Their heartwarming lyrics and vocals are rich in love and happiness, wrapped in a style of music that is like no other with influences from old time country masters and today’s Indie/Folk sound. People of all ages are drawn to their music. Mallory Gruben, from HC Media Online reported, “The Wildwoods seemed to face no obstacle in gaining the full attention of the audience, receiving a standing ovation by the end of their second set.” Andrew Stellman managing editor from Hear Nebraska wrote “There are perhaps few Nebraska acts that represent a merger of past and present quite like The Wildwoods, and if it’s taken you this long to notice, take the opening track of its new album Sweet Nostalgia. The young songwriting tandem of Chloe Pinkman and Noah Gose harmonize like something out of the Depression Era, fitted with a certain weight yet warmly and triumphantly capable of lifting hearts regardless.”

http://www.thewildwoodsband.com

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D.B. Rouse (Milwaukee, WI)
Mar
6
7:00 PM19:00

D.B. Rouse (Milwaukee, WI)

A migrant Americana musician, D.B. and his guitar, ‘Meal-Ticket’, have worked as a lounge singer on a cruise ship, a singing ranch hand near Austin, TX, and as a hobo musician for the Grand Canyon Railway, all the while writing and refining his original songs and performances. He is an entertainer, a poet, and a published novelist. He is currently sponsored by Kazoobie Kazoos.

http://dbrouse.com

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Angela Perley & the Howlin' Moons (Columbus, Ohio)
Mar
7
8:00 PM20:00

Angela Perley & the Howlin' Moons (Columbus, Ohio)

Armed with electric guitars, swooning vocals, and songs that split the difference between rock & roll and dreamy psychedelia, Angela Perley & the Howlin’ Moons pack the biggest punch of their career with Homemade Vision. 

Like the band’s debut, Hey Kid — an album whose kickoff track, “Athens,” earned Perley an International Songwriting Award in 2014 — Homemade Vision was recorded in the Howlin’ Moons’ hometown of Columbus, Ohio. Many of the songs were dreamt up somewhere along the highways and backroads that crisscross America, though, coaxed into life by a group of roots-rock road warriors who regularly play more than 100 shows a year. As a result, Homemade Vision is the sort of wide-ranging record that creates its own geography, building an imaginary place where the influences of David Gilmour, Tom Petty, Led Zeppelin, and Nebula all intersect. 

It’s also the work of a genuine band. Chris Connor’s guitar playing — a flurry of fuzz, crunch, twang and bang — occupies just as large a role as Perley’s voice, while Billy Zehnal’s bass — coupled with cymbal crashes and snare hits from an arsenal of heavy-hitting drummers — glues the mix together. Inspired by love, heartbreak, and everything in between, Homemade Vision is a battle cry from a band that’s spent years fighting the good fight, carving out their own brand of atmospheric, aggressive Americana along the way.

http://www.angelaperley.com

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RANDY ERWIN
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

RANDY ERWIN

"Randy Erwin... has one of the most versatile, far-ranging voices this side of Bobby McFerrin."  Don Heckman - Los Angeles Times

Four nationally distributed and critically acclaimed CD's, music for several film scores , internationally distributed television commercials and television shows including the yodeling for Walt Disney's "Home on the Range."

performances on the BBC Radio and Television, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the ABC Radio Network, and National Public Radio

performances at The Library of Congress, Carnegie Hall , Queen Elizabeth Hall , Wembley Arena, The Strawberry Music Festival, The Live Oak Music Festival, The Kerrville Folk Festival, The New Orleans Jazz Festival, The Seattle International Children's Festival, The Ravinia Festival, as The Artist in Residence at Grand Canyon, and at night clubs and folk festivals all over South Korea, Great Britain, Canada, and the United States
A winner of the Dallas Observer's best vocalist, best country and western, best world beat, best jazz, best avant garde, and best classical music awards

"His tone is pure and clear and his voice is unpretentious but endearing, whether singing or yodeling."
Bob Clayptool - Houston Post

"Sliding into his upper registers, he turns vocal toe loops with dizzying clarity, precision and speed."
Holly Gleason - Musician Magazine

"Erwin has a clear and facile voice that's really quite amazing..."
Barry Tarlton - Austin Chronicle
 
"What's intriguing about Erwin is his ability to fluidly slide his country croon through a plethora of local and non-local musical hybrids."
Cathy Ragland - Option Magazine
 
"...one of the most distinctive voices being recorded today."
Matt Weitz - The Dallas Morning News
 
"Erwin has a wonderful virtuostic technique..."
Bart Becker - Seattle Weekly
 
"...that wild voice, sounding like a combination of Tarzan, a trickling brook and Comanche war yelp, will knock your socks off."
Cammy Blackstone - San Francisco Weekly
 
"...singing and yodeling with all the smoothness of a stretch of open road at dawn."
Cliff Radel - Cincinnati Enquirer
 
"It's difficult to fully describe how unlikely an experience listening to Randy Erwin's seamlessly yodeled renditions of faded-made-fresh melodies is, how unlikely an experience Randy Erwin is, and how unlikely is the depth and resonance of satisfaction yielded by that experience."
Tom Maurstad - Dallas Observer
 
"We're smitten."
CMJ Music Report

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ROADHOUSE KINGS
Mar
9
7:00 PM19:00

ROADHOUSE KINGS

The Roadhouse Kings have been playing in a number of configurations for many years. This version was assembled for the love of playing all of our favorite classic country songs, and to have a great time playing them!

https://www.facebook.com/pg/twangtime

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The Cary Colman Trio (St. Louis, MO)
Mar
10
7:00 PM19:00

The Cary Colman Trio (St. Louis, MO)

As a versatile jazz vocalist and saxophonist, Cary has a voice with an impressive range and warm quality suited to sultry French ballads, bossa novas, her own originals and jazz standards. Add the exciting visceral energy of her sax improvisation and you'll find yourself drawn into the genuine emotion of heartfelt performance.

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Hot Swing Jazz Brunch with Miss Jubilee & The Humdingers
Mar
11
11:30 AM11:30

Hot Swing Jazz Brunch with Miss Jubilee & The Humdingers

Brunch:  11am - 3pm

Guaranteed to make you want to dance, shimmy, shake, or at the very least tap your feet!!

Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences in St. Louis and beyond since 2007.  Led by powerhouse vocalist Valerie Kirchhoff, Miss Jubilee plays an energetic blend of Hot Jazz, Hokum, and Low-Down Blues from the 1920s and 30s. Their one-of-kind repertoire draws heavily from the bluesy and swingin’ sounds of St. Louis and Chicago’s south side. Fueled by a hard driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages.  Since it’s formation, Miss Jubilee’s reputation has grown to make her one of the most sought after and recognizable singers in St. Louis and the greater region. The band has performed throughout the country, and are a fixture at local festivals and summer concert series.

http://miss-jubilee.com

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John Ford (Blues / Cincinnati, Ohio)
Mar
11
6:30 PM18:30

John Ford (Blues / Cincinnati, Ohio)

It’s pre war blues, old school country, southern gospel and the history behind the music. John Ford assimilates the blues of the 1920’s and 30’s, the blues of Robert Johnson and Son House, a bit of 1940's country and a pinch of gospel rhythm, and comes up with his own brand of the roots experience.
John recently released his newest album in September of 2016. Titled "The John Ford Blues Society", his first full length album, comprised of 10 tracks, it has some of the best musicians in Cincinnati playing along.
John recorded the 2014 EP "Songs From Room 414" at The Gunter Hotel in San Antonio Texas – the hallowed ground where Robert Johnson recorded 16 out of his 27 songs in November of 1936. His first EP, “Injection of the Blues” was released in 2011. In 2015, John was nominated for a CEA (Cincinnati Entertainment Award).

https://johnfordblues.com
 

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Kyle Lacy & the Harlem River Noise (New York City)
Mar
12
7:30 PM19:30

Kyle Lacy & the Harlem River Noise (New York City)

Kyle Lacy & the Harlem River Noise conjure a potion that stirs the soul, bringing you home to the roots of 50’s rock’n’roll and blues.  If a young Ray Charles met a fresh-faced Gene Vincent in 2017 and they formed a duo, they would surely collaborate with KL & HRN. They might even join the band…… Or are they in the band already?

“Currents”, the debut full-length record, is inspired by traditional rock'n'roll and swing coupled with a pulsing energy. By recording live to tape, the album captures snapshots of a frenetic 2-day recording spree. Thematically, it plays as a soundtrack to the flow of subtle changes in life; be it lover, friend, or foe; the lyrics tease, tempt, and mourn while the groove shakes the blues away.

Kyle Lacy, Vocals & Guitar
Cody Gibson, Upright Bass & Vocals
Boyce Griffith, Tenor Saxophone & Organ
Steve Renko, Drumset

https://www.harlemrivernoise.com

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Sharon Hazel & Emmanuel Peake
Mar
13
7:00 PM19:00

Sharon Hazel & Emmanuel Peake

Known for her multifaceted songwriting and honest lyrics about a Northern California kid embracing adulthood in Chicago, Sharon Hazel enjoyed a successful solo career prior to forming Sharon Hazel Township. The former member of Chicago's Second City Songwriters has appeared in national and local media including Performer Magazine, Indie Music Television Show, and UCLA Radio. Shortly after her move from Chicago (where she attended DePaul University) to San Diego, Sharon Hazel Township was born. The acoustic based band plays mostly original music influenced by folk, rock, jazz, and funk. Known to stray from verse and jam during a set, SHT was named one of southern California's premiere bands by Nug Magazine.

https://www.reverbnation.com/sharonhazel

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SUTHERLIN (Portland, Oregon)
Mar
14
7:00 PM19:00

SUTHERLIN (Portland, Oregon)

Portland master musician Thomas Dietzel has two new releases coming out simultaneously, one under his own name and one under the moniker of Sutherlin. The former, the short album Quadrants, is an existentially frenetic collection of keyboard-driven rock songs that chronicle love and despair in the big city, while the self-titled Sutherlin debut is a uniquely Pacific Northwest take on modern country music, produced by Chet Lyster (The Eels, Lucinda Williams, The Jayhawks).

http://sutherlinband.com

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THE LOVERS (Nashville, TN) with KATE BARNETTE (Atlanta, GA)
Mar
15
7:00 PM19:00

THE LOVERS (Nashville, TN) with KATE BARNETTE (Atlanta, GA)

Originally from Dayton, Ohio, Amanda June made her way down to Nashville to focus on her career as a singer, songwriter and develop her artistry. Amanda has been singing since she could talk and picked up the acoustic guitar around the age of 14. Influenced by Alison Krauss, Dixie Chicks and Sheryl Crow, she knew Nashville was where she needed to be and at 18 years young she took the leap. Amanda started playing as many shows and writers rounds around town as she made herself a familiar face. "Her music stands out among most contemporary country music in the sense that it's music with passion, soul and written from personal experience. With a down-to-earth sensibility and a smooth, sweet voice, Amanda's style blends perfectly with that of Cole Vosbury, a fellow artist who also heard Nashville calling his name."

     You may recognize Cole from Season 5 of NBC's The Voice in 2013. Cole, a Louisiana native, has been staying busy since then, playing shows frequently and collaborating with other artists, such as Amanda June. Cole has been playing music most of his life. He has been perfecting his craft of guitar for 12 years and playing music for a living since age 17. Cole's style stands out among others, his soulful, intriguing and gravelly voice compliments his blues, rock, country influenced playing on guitar. 

http://www.theloversmusic.com

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Kate Barnette (Atlanta, Georgia) with The LOVERS (Nashville, TN)
Mar
15
7:00 PM19:00

Kate Barnette (Atlanta, Georgia) with The LOVERS (Nashville, TN)

Raised in a small north-Georgia town, Kate began singing in church at the age of three. She soon discovered a passion for performing and did it everywhere she could - musicals, piano recitals, school talent shows, on her grandmother's fireplace, etc. She experimented with learning several different instruments over the years including piano, trumpet, drums, banjo, and bass, but recalls picking up her dad's acoustic guitar for the first time in middle school and falling in love. She began teaching herself and using it primarily as a tool for songwriting - one of her dearest passions. By the age of 18 Kate had written close to 100 songs, dropped out of school, and moved to Nashville to pursue writing. She now is 22 and living back home in Atlanta, where she plays music full-time. Her self-titled, debut album is scheduled to release FALL 2017, which include a collection of songs she has written and co-produced.

https://www.reverbnation.com/katebarnette

Originally from Dayton, Ohio, Amanda June made her way down to Nashville to focus on her career as a singer, songwriter and develop her artistry. Amanda has been singing since she could talk and picked up the acoustic guitar around the age of 14. Influenced by Alison Krauss, Dixie Chicks and Sheryl Crow, she knew Nashville was where she needed to be and at 18 years young she took the leap. Amanda started playing as many shows and writers rounds around town as she made herself a familiar face. "Her music stands out among most contemporary country music in the sense that it's music with passion, soul and written from personal experience. With a down-to-earth sensibility and a smooth, sweet voice, Amanda's style blends perfectly with that of Cole Vosbury, a fellow artist who also heard Nashville calling his name."

     You may recognize Cole from Season 5 of NBC's The Voice in 2013. Cole, a Louisiana native, has been staying busy since then, playing shows frequently and collaborating with other artists, such as Amanda June. Cole has been playing music most of his life. He has been perfecting his craft of guitar for 12 years and playing music for a living since age 17. Cole's style stands out among others, his soulful, intriguing and gravelly voice compliments his blues, rock, country influenced playing on guitar. 

http://www.theloversmusic.com

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ilyAIMY (Baltimore, Maryland)
Mar
16
7:00 PM19:00

ilyAIMY (Baltimore, Maryland)

For over a decade, rob Hinkal and Heather Aubrey Lloyd have crisscrossed the nation as ilyAIMY.  They have played everything from bait shops to biker weeks to clothing-optional resorts. Collectively their energetic brand of new-folk has garnered honors from Kerrville Folk Festivalthe Falcon Ridge Folk FestivalWashington Area Music AwardsRocky Mountain Folks FestTelluride Bluegrass FestivalNational Association for Campus Activitiesthe Northeast Regional Folk Alliance and more. Most recently, they are celebrating a third win as the Washington Area Music Association Winners for Best Contemporary Folk Group. They combine award-winning songwriting, tight male/female harmonies, signature intricate slap-style guitar work, ukulele, djembe and an eclectically humorous stage show into an exquisite package. 

http://www.ilyaimy.com

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ST. PATRICKS DAY PARTY with BOOGIEFOOT
Mar
17
7:00 PM19:00

ST. PATRICKS DAY PARTY with BOOGIEFOOT

ST PATRICKS DAY PARTY !  Specials all Day & Night!

Reservations: 314-367-3644

BoogieFoot is an amalgamation of its members’ diverse musical influences and experiences. We all bring a little something different to the table to serve up a smörgåsbord of scrumptious songs. All musical appetites will be satisfied with members from a varying array of current and past St. Louis bands that have entertained throughout the midwest US. 

https://www.boogiefoot.net

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Hot Swing Brunch with ROYA & the HIGHTIMERS !
Mar
18
11:30 AM11:30

Hot Swing Brunch with ROYA & the HIGHTIMERS !

Brunch: 11am - 3pm every Saturday & Sunday 

The Incredible Dr Bob's "Be Nice or Leave" Bloody Mary Bar Every Sunday

Roya & The High Timers is a jazz ensemble based in St. Louis, playing classic jazz from the 1920s and 1930s. Led by recent St. Louis transplant Roya Jamshidpour (vocals) and long time St. Louis resident Dan Conner (drums & washboard), the band aims to realize a period-authentic sound while also providing an experience that is both danceable and sophisticated. Because revitalizing obscure and underplayed jazz music is a goal of the band, Roya & The High Timers set their focus on interpreting the ‘diamond-in-the-rough’ tunes of the jazz age. Freshly founded in 2017, Roya & The High Timers is hot off the press and presents a distinctive vintage sound for all types of listeners!

https://www.facebook.com/RoyasHighTimers

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Jackson Howard with guest Lia Menaker
Mar
21
7:00 PM19:00

Jackson Howard with guest Lia Menaker

Jackson Howard’s neo-folk weaves Paul Simon’s lyrics over Tommy Emmanuel’s fingerpicking. Jackson has toured the US, Canada, Iceland, Germany, Belgium and Netherlands, sharing bills with Nicholas David and Moushimi (The Voice), and Nick Jameson of Foghat among others. His latest release, Just for the Mystery recorded at Dark Horse Studios, has been played on over 100 radio stations in the US and Europe and has been licensed by MTV, E!, Discovery, and Netflix among other TV networks for use in their programming.  Having earned a PhD and worked in research prior to his music career, many of Jackson’s songs deal with change and our eternal search for self. After juggling a job at Washington University in St. Louis with an ever growing performance schedule, Howard ultimately left academia in 2015 to focus his energies on his music full time. Introspective yet generalizable, his lyrics touch regret, hope, self-deception, and love – both vacuous and real.

http://jacksonhowardmusic.com

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The Grooveliner
Mar
23
8:00 PM20:00

The Grooveliner

The Grooveliner was formed in February 2015 with the idea of keeping all the avenues of creativity open by not labeling themselves as a genre-specific group. Instead, The Grooveliner brings everything to the table with one consistent theme, IT MUST GROOVE! With their current focus on Funk/Latin/Rock/Soul, The Grooveliner is comprised of six seasoned (funky/salty/sweet) St. Louis musicians with different personal and musical backgrounds. Their goal is to be as musically diverse as the people that make up the great city of St. Louis. So give them your ear and let The Grooveliner take you on a musical journey unlike any other.

https://www.facebook.com/TheGrooveliner

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The Joe Bozzi Band
Mar
24
7:00 PM19:00

The Joe Bozzi Band

Joe Bozzi is best known for wowing crowds at the St. Louis Playboy Club at Vandeventer and Lindell Boulevard.  During the club's heyday in the 1960s, Bozzi backed up musical icons like trumpet player Dizzy Gillespie and saxophonist Cannonball Adderly.  Popular entertainers such as Johnny Carson and Bill Cosby appeared regularly during his tenure at the Playboy Club.  Now a St. Louis legend and considered the "Godfather of St. Louis Music", Joe's music is a blend of traditional and modern jazz.  However, if the occasion calls for pop, rock or top 40 music, Joe and the band provide the best in these genres as well, with Joe on the trumpet as well as his beloved vibes.

http://www.joebozziband.com

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Miss Jubilee & The Humdingers Hot Swing Brunch !
Mar
25
11:30 AM11:30

Miss Jubilee & The Humdingers Hot Swing Brunch !

Brunch Served:  11am - 3pm

Guaranteed to make you want to dance, shimmy, shake, or at the very least tap your feet!!Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences in St. Louis and beyond since 2007.  Led by powerhouse vocalist Valerie Kirchhoff, Miss Jubilee plays an energetic blend of Hot Jazz, Hokum, and Low-Down Blues from the 1920s and 30s. Their one-of-kind repertoire draws heavily from the bluesy and swingin’ sounds of St. Louis and Chicago’s south side. Fueled by a hard driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages.  Since it’s formation, Miss Jubilee’s reputation has grown to make her one of the most sought after and recognizable singers in St. Louis and the greater region. The band has performed throughout the country, and are a fixture at local festivals and summer concert series.

http://miss-jubilee.com

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Jordan Kirk (Columbus, Ohio)
Mar
27
7:00 PM19:00

Jordan Kirk (Columbus, Ohio)

An experimental singer-songwriter from Ohio, Jordan Kirk has been touring in the U.S. since the release of his debut album "Abundant Sunshine" in 2014. 

"Abundant Sunshine" is an experimental blend of blues, folk, soul and psychedelia within the singer-songwriter genre. Although self-produced by the artist in a series of bedrooms, and farmhouses, "Abundant Sunshine" is exceptionally accurate at mirroring the feelings elicited by the lyrics with the movements of the music. 

https://jordankirkmusic.com

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Josh Waddell (Memphis, TN)
Mar
29
7:00 PM19:00

Josh Waddell (Memphis, TN)

The longing for simplicity in a complex world: this is the heart behind Josh Waddell’s songwriting and his soulful, folky sound.  Josh desires to share stories of fear, love, rejection, and ultimately hope in an oftentimes confusing world.  Growing up in North Alabama and transplanting to Memphis, Waddell has always stuck close to his soul and rock roots; his songs emphasize place and the importance of finding home.  He hopes listeners find his songs relatable and a motivator to live inspired lives.  Josh releases his debut EP Something Good in January 2018.  

https://www.joshwaddellmusic.com

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Sarah Jane & the Blue Notes
Mar
30
7:00 PM19:00

Sarah Jane & the Blue Notes

Sarah Jane steps from St Louis ,with her lush sultry voice in the tradition of a “red hot mama”,  along with the Blue Notes to bring you horn infused swingin’ hot jazz and St Louis blues from the 1920s to the 40s. The band specializes in forgotten songs from the era and sprinkles in a dash of some of everyones favorite standards. Sarah Jane and The Blue Notes are one of the most festive dance bands in St. Louis. It's a sound that seamlessly blends speakeasy, New Orleans dixieland,  Harlem night club,  juke joint,  big band swing with a touch of old time blues.

https://www.sarahjanebluenotes.com

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Hot Swing Jazz Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers
Apr
1
11:30 AM11:30

Hot Swing Jazz Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers

Brunch served: 11am - 3pm.  Reservations 314-367-3644

Guaranteed to make you want to dance, shimmy, shake, or at the very least tap your feet!!

Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences in St. Louis and beyond since 2007.  Led by powerhouse vocalist Valerie Kirchhoff, Miss Jubilee plays an energetic blend of Hot Jazz, Hokum, and Low-Down Blues from the 1920s and 30s. Their one-of-kind repertoire draws heavily from the bluesy and swingin’ sounds of St. Louis and Chicago’s south side. Fueled by a hard driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages.  Since it’s formation, Miss Jubilee’s reputation has grown to make her one of the most sought after and recognizable singers in St. Louis and the greater region. The band has performed throughout the country, and are a fixture at local festivals and summer concert series.

www.miss-jubilee.com

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Bottoms Up Blues Gang
Apr
6
7:00 PM19:00

Bottoms Up Blues Gang

The Bottoms Up Blues Gang features vocalist Kari Liston and guitarist Jeremy Segel-Moss with a gang of outstanding St. Louis musicians.  For almost 15 years, The BUBG has toured the country performing a wide range of originals and covers in the styles of acoustic blues, soul, and jazz.  Born and raised in St. Louis, The BUBG was heavily influenced by many of the St. Louis musical legends and continue to try and carry on that tradition.  The live shows are upbeat, fun and full of the idea that we are all here to have a good time.

https://www.bottomsupblues.com

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Brent Stewart  (CD RELEASE SHOWCASE)
Apr
7
7:00 PM19:00

Brent Stewart (CD RELEASE SHOWCASE)

Growing up in the small town of Murphysboro, Ill, not too far from where the Ohio and Mississippi rivers meet, Brent Stewart was always a fan of songwriters. His first cassettes as a kid were Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly. When he was twelve, he bought his first Bob Dylan album. That’s when things changed. He’s been writing and performing his own songs ever since.  Brent began playing his first shows alone with acoustic guitar and harmonica at 15. At 16, he recorded his first album, a cassette-only release. At 17, he formed his first band, The Sympathizers, with whom he recorded four out of print records, the best of which is featured on a recently released compilation, Songs You Never Heard.  Through the years, Brent has been a journalist and writer, but has never strayed too far from his songs. Now living in St. Louis, he’s still writing and performing his original music regularly. In 2017 he released two new albums, The Restlessness, recorded with The Sympathizers and Haze, an acoustic album recorded with guitarist Daniel Tejada.

https://www.facebook.com/BrentStewartMusic

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Hot Swing Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers
Apr
8
11:30 AM11:30

Hot Swing Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers

Brunch served: 11am - 3pm   Reservations 314-367-3644

Guaranteed to make you want to dance, shimmy, shake, or at the very least tap your feet!!

Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences in St. Louis and beyond since 2007.  Led by powerhouse vocalist Valerie Kirchhoff, Miss Jubilee plays an energetic blend of Hot Jazz, Hokum, and Low-Down Blues from the 1920s and 30s. Their one-of-kind repertoire draws heavily from the bluesy and swingin’ sounds of St. Louis and Chicago’s south side. Fueled by a hard driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages.  Since it’s formation, Miss Jubilee’s reputation has grown to make her one of the most sought after and recognizable singers in St. Louis and the greater region. The band has performed throughout the country, and are a fixture at local festivals and summer concert series.

www.miss-jubilee.com

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an Evening with JIM MANLEY
Apr
10
7:00 PM19:00

an Evening with JIM MANLEY

figures he had spent around  7,500 plus nights playing his trumpet around town in his hometown of St. Louis since the 70's

 “I think I’ve played almost every place in town under one circumstance or another”

His recordings have gathered critical acclaim as well and have traveled all over the world.

Jim’s forays into the stratosphere are musically exciting and unbelievable to his peers.

 “Jim can make his trumpet soar, pop, sizzle and purr –he can do it all!”

ROSS GENTILE –WSIE 88.7

http://www.jimmanleymusic.com

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Hot Swing Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers
Apr
15
11:30 AM11:30

Hot Swing Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers

Brunch served: 11am - 3pm   Reservations 314-367-3644

Guaranteed to make you want to dance, shimmy, shake, or at the very least tap your feet!!

Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences in St. Louis and beyond since 2007.  Led by powerhouse vocalist Valerie Kirchhoff, Miss Jubilee plays an energetic blend of Hot Jazz, Hokum, and Low-Down Blues from the 1920s and 30s. Their one-of-kind repertoire draws heavily from the bluesy and swingin’ sounds of St. Louis and Chicago’s south side. Fueled by a hard driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages.  Since it’s formation, Miss Jubilee’s reputation has grown to make her one of the most sought after and recognizable singers in St. Louis and the greater region. The band has performed throughout the country, and are a fixture at local festivals and summer concert series.

www.miss-jubilee.com

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Honeywise featuring Sophia Landis (Cedar Falls, Iowa)
Apr
16
7:00 PM19:00

Honeywise featuring Sophia Landis (Cedar Falls, Iowa)

Honeywise is a folk group from Cedar Falls, IA, comprised of Sophia Landis and Jason Surratt. Their music blends Jason's outlaw country influences with Sophia's piano, mandolin, and Native American flute. Honeywise combines this with the richness of their voices for some truly fun and unique music. The group lyrically tackles social issues, but also sings of fellowship and merriment for those moments when one needs to escape the woes of the world.

https://www.honeywise.us

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Mitchel Evan (Louisville, Colorado)
Apr
17
7:00 PM19:00

Mitchel Evan (Louisville, Colorado)

Mitchel Evan is a singer-songwriter based out of the Colorado front range that is dedicated to keeping authentic music and honest storytelling alive. His journey from struggling with drug addiction in his hometown of Richmond, Virginia, to full time, sober artist in Colorado has resulted in two EP's and a full length album with his band, Mitchel Evan & The Mangrove. Evan continues to perform, record and write at a prolific rate with national and regional tours each year and a debut solo album coming this Spring.

http://www.mitchelevanmusic.com

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Wes Williams (New Orleans, LA)
Apr
19
7:00 PM19:00

Wes Williams (New Orleans, LA)

Wes Williams has headlined tours around the nation, gaining popularity in the southwest and southeast. Most notably, he has developed strong followings in the nations music capitals, including New Orleans and Austin. He is known for his amazing, crowd oriented live shows, pitch perfect harmonies, and charming ability to make audiences fall in love night after night. HIs sound stands alone. Wes Williams has created a blend of soul, southern rock, acoustic roots, and blues, topped off with the flavor of new orleans, for one of the most original sounds in recent memory.

https://www.facebook.com/weswilliamsband

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Tough Old Bird (Rochester, NY)
Apr
21
9:00 PM21:00

Tough Old Bird (Rochester, NY)

Time for this performance is To Be Announced.

For more info on show time for this date please call: 314-367-3644

Formed in the small community of Fillmore, New York by songwriting brothers Matthew and Nathan Corrigan, Tough Old Bird plays modern folk music that reflects the landscape it comes from, a place where the last train just pulled out and the carnival is always on its way to the next town.  Since its formation in 2013, Tough Old Bird has taken its music to bars, festivals, coffee shops, music clubs and radio stations all over the Eastern United States. Tough Old Bird's new EP "Where The Great Beasts Are Buried," is a new collection of 6 sparse home recordings done between June and December 2016.  The core of Tough Old Bird’s sound comes from Matthew Corrigan’s intricate acoustic guitar work, and from the voice and nimble harmonica playing of Nathan Corrigan, who holds a degree in literature and brings a poetic sensibility to the duo’s lyrics. Accents of accordion and waves of electric guitar give Tough Old Bird a sound that is at once modern and ancient.

http://www.tougholdbirdmusic.com

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Hot Swing Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers
Apr
22
11:30 AM11:30

Hot Swing Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers

Brunch served: 11am - 3pm   Reservations 314-367-3644

Guaranteed to make you want to dance, shimmy, shake, or at the very least tap your feet!!

Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences in St. Louis and beyond since 2007.  Led by powerhouse vocalist Valerie Kirchhoff, Miss Jubilee plays an energetic blend of Hot Jazz, Hokum, and Low-Down Blues from the 1920s and 30s. Their one-of-kind repertoire draws heavily from the bluesy and swingin’ sounds of St. Louis and Chicago’s south side. Fueled by a hard driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages.  Since it’s formation, Miss Jubilee’s reputation has grown to make her one of the most sought after and recognizable singers in St. Louis and the greater region. The band has performed throughout the country, and are a fixture at local festivals and summer concert series.

www.miss-jubilee.com

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HOT SWING Brunch with MISS JUBILEE & the HUMDINGERS
Apr
29
11:30 AM11:30

HOT SWING Brunch with MISS JUBILEE & the HUMDINGERS

Brunch served: 11am - 3pm   Reservations 314-367-3644

Guaranteed to make you want to dance, shimmy, shake, or at the very least tap your feet!!

Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences in St. Louis and beyond since 2007.  Led by powerhouse vocalist Valerie Kirchhoff, Miss Jubilee plays an energetic blend of Hot Jazz, Hokum, and Low-Down Blues from the 1920s and 30s. Their one-of-kind repertoire draws heavily from the bluesy and swingin’ sounds of St. Louis and Chicago’s south side. Fueled by a hard driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages.  Since it’s formation, Miss Jubilee’s reputation has grown to make her one of the most sought after and recognizable singers in St. Louis and the greater region. The band has performed throughout the country, and are a fixture at local festivals and summer concert series.

www.miss-jubilee.com

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These Fine Moments (Austin, Texas)
May
1
7:00 PM19:00

These Fine Moments (Austin, Texas)

These Fine Moments, the Austin, Texas-based duo of Hilary Kaufmann and Robert Watts, delivers an honest blend of folk, pop and depression that borrows from ’70’s pop/rock (a la Fleetwood Mac, The Hollies, The Beatles) and American Indie (The Jayhawks, Decemberists, Shovels & Rope) with strong co-vocals and parallel harmonies.  The songs are catchy but evocative, with lyrics and story lines that sometimes go to dark places while coated with a shiny, pop veneer.  Formed in 2011, These Fine Moments  recently released their fifth cd, Break It, Bought It (independent), and perform regularly as a duo or with their full band in the Austin and Seattle areas. 

https://www.thesefinemoments.com

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Sundae and Mr. Goessl (Seattle, Washington)
May
2
7:00 PM19:00

Sundae and Mr. Goessl (Seattle, Washington)

"Overall, Sundae + Mr. Goessl is more than a vintage duo, their authenticity and commitment to the genre rings true, and the genuineness shines through in their renditions of these classic gems. The duo takes you through delightfully fun romps, to late night after hours sounds. Like listening to Billie Holiday, you feel you are taking two friends along with you on your day – it has that instantaneous likeability."

-- H. Allen Williams - JazzTimes

Sundae + Mr. Goessl are Seattle's premier Vintage Jazz Duo featuring Earshot Magazine's Vocalist of the Year, Kate Voss, and Seattle's busiest freelance guitarist, Jason Goessl. Together, this dreamy duo delivers a show packed with wit, charm, nostalgia and serious chops! The celebrated newly-wed couple has been providing entertainment to music-lovers since 2014 and has left quite an impression -- from the casual listener to critics alike. With 4 albums, 6 national tours, 2 sponsorships and over 500 shows, this industrious duo has a new album coming in 2018 coupled with extensive national touring.

http://sundaeandmrgoessl.com

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"SWAMP RATS" with guests "The Andeeks Roadshow" (Heartland, Florida)
May
8
7:00 PM19:00

"SWAMP RATS" with guests "The Andeeks Roadshow" (Heartland, Florida)

SWAMP RATS

A unique mix of blues, bluegrass, punk, folk and metal infused in a folk esq style of music. Folk with an edge is what most people say about Florida's "Phantom" folk band Swamp Rats.

City Newspaper, Rochester, New York-
"One genre couldn't even begin to describe Florida-based trio Swamp Rats. The style contains bits of modern train-hopping punk yet is heavily influenced by traditional bluegrass with folk underpinnings — uniquely blended with metal riffs and mucky Southern blues. Each musician plays multiple instruments, so you'll hear specks of acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin, stomp box, washboard, and despondent lyrics of life experience and the road."

https://www.reverbnation.com/swampratsmusic

THE ANDEEKS ROADSHOW

An ever evolving solo project with roots in many genres of music, ranging from folk and rock to blues and old country. Really, you should be the judge.

https://www.facebook.com/theandeeksroadshow

 

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KING TAYLOR PROJECT (San Diego, California)
May
16
7:00 PM19:00

KING TAYLOR PROJECT (San Diego, California)

Sandi King and Joshua Taylor formed soul-blues band King Taylor Project in 2016 in San Diego, California.  Sandi and Josh are joined by core members David Ryan “davyrockett” Norgren, Josh Weinstein, Jay Chu, and Eric Strickler, and supported by an extended family of incredible collaborators.  KTP performs frequently around Southern California in multiple formats ranging from an electric trio to their full lineup.  They tour and record independently, provide studio and live backing support for other artists, and host and produce The About!... Podcast, a comedic arts/entertainment show primarily featuring guests from the music industry.

http://www.kingtaylorproject.com

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Bottoms Up Blues Gang
May
18
7:00 PM19:00

Bottoms Up Blues Gang

The Bottoms Up Blues Gang features vocalist Kari Liston and guitarist Jeremy Segel-Moss with a gang of outstanding St. Louis musicians.  For almost 15 years, The BUBG has toured the country performing a wide range of originals and covers in the styles of acoustic blues, soul, and jazz.  Born and raised in St. Louis, The BUBG was heavily influenced by many of the St. Louis musical legends and continue to try and carry on that tradition.  The live shows are upbeat, fun and full of the idea that we are all here to have a good time.

https://www.bottomsupblues.com

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"Ragtime" Jack Radcliffe (Raynham, Massachusetts)
May
22
7:00 PM19:00

"Ragtime" Jack Radcliffe (Raynham, Massachusetts)

Ragtime' Jack has been performing for more than 30 years. He is a master of traditional country blues and ragtime & stride piano, and a powerful singer/songwriter, as well as songs from the "Great American songbook." He also accompanies himself on the guitar and fiddle.

Jack was inducted into the Old-Time Music Association Hall of Fame in 2014.

Jack's performances always include a lot of uplifting wit, historical anecdotes and connections with local lore, wherever he performs. His background in journalism amplifies a lifelong quest for the cultural framework of his music and the places he performs.

He was a fixture on the coffeehouse circuit in the late 60s and early 70s. His band 'The New Viper Revue' pushed the genre envelopes of blues, folk, country, rock 'n' roll and jazz from 1972 to 1976. Jack resumed his solo career in 1977, then teamed up with reed player Al Oliveira in 1983. He retired from the music business, except for occasional local engagements, in 1987 to raise his sons and work as a newspaper editor. Now he's back to his music fulltime, directing Wepecket Island Records, touring, and recording his own music, producing other artists' recordings and touring nationally.

http://www.wepecket.com/radcliffe.htm

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Russell James (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
May
26
9:30 PM21:30

Russell James (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

Beaten but not broken. A fighter and a survivor. Russell James is a songwriter who looks to the hope of the future while reflecting on the pain of his past.

Russell has been playing music his whole life, makng a career out of it over the past few years. Following a decade-long stint working in the world of mental health, Russ was burned out and decided to follow his authentic passion in 2015. Since then he has released an LP, RISE, and a subsequent EP, SEASONS. In 2016 he was selected by the National Parks Arts Foundation as an artist-in-residence and completed his residency at Big Bend National Park. He now crisscrosses the country, playing uplifting shows, camping and fishing along the way as he lives out of his converted 2005 Honda Element, nicknamed The Gray Haven.

Russell’s music has been compared to Sturgill Simpsons, U2, Jason Isbell, and The Cure. His trademark vibrato rasp sings out songs of triumph, of torture, the natural world, and of course hope. Russell is concerned a great deal with mental health and his lyrical themes often reflect this. The traditional singer-songwriter tropes are abandoned as Russell introduces an ethereal, ambient, and dreamy touch to accompany these lyrics of hope and uplift, triumph and tragedy.

https://www.russelljamesmusic.net

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Worldwide "MAKE MUSIC DAY"
Jun
21
11:00 AM11:00

Worldwide "MAKE MUSIC DAY"

Last year, over 800 cities around the world threw citywide music celebrations on June 21.

> Evangeline's is now booking independent bands, solo artists, duos and trios of all genres for Make Music Day,  email: evangelinesbooking@gmail.com  for a possible time slot. <. Support independent music always. <

It all started 35 years ago in France.

In 1982, France’s Ministry of Culture dreamed up an idea for a new kind of musical holiday. They imagined a day where free, live music would be everywhere: street corners and parks, rooftops and gardens, store fronts and mountaintops.

And, unlike a typical music festival, anyone and everyone would be invited to join and play music, or host performances. The event would take place on the summer solstice, June 21, and would be called Fête De La Musique. (In French, the name means both “festival of music” and “make music!”)

Amazingly enough, this dream has come true. The Fête has turned into a true national holiday: France shuts down on the summer solstice and musicians take over. Almost 8% of the country (5 million people) have played an instrument or sung in public for the Fête de la Musique.

Three decades later, the holiday has spread throughout the world and is now celebrated in more than 120 countries. In the U.S., the presenting sponsor is the NAMM Foundation.

http://www.makemusicday.org

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Bottoms Up Blues Gang
Jun
22
7:00 PM19:00

Bottoms Up Blues Gang

The Bottoms Up Blues Gang features vocalist Kari Liston and guitarist Jeremy Segel-Moss with a gang of outstanding St. Louis musicians.  For almost 15 years, The BUBG has toured the country performing a wide range of originals and covers in the styles of acoustic blues, soul, and jazz.  Born and raised in St. Louis, The BUBG was heavily influenced by many of the St. Louis musical legends and continue to try and carry on that tradition.  The live shows are upbeat, fun and full of the idea that we are all here to have a good time.

https://www.bottomsupblues.com

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Ed Masuga (Berkeley, California)
Jun
25
7:00 PM19:00

Ed Masuga (Berkeley, California)

Ed Masuga is an American singer, musician, and songwriter from Big Bear Lake, California, currently based in Berkeley, California.

Ed Masuga's music is characterized by acoustic guitar fingerpicking and a strong yet mellifluous vocal style. Although best known for his intricate guitar work, Masuga also accompanies himself on pianobanjoukulelemandolin, and harmonica. He has released four independent albums; a self-titled debut album "Ed Masuga", "Lonely Dog", "Let Me Tune My Heartstrings", and "Old Moon."

http://edmasuga.com

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Johnny O'Brien (Minneapolis, MN)
Jun
29
8:15 PM20:15

Johnny O'Brien (Minneapolis, MN)

Johnny O'Brien, aka John Wills, is a Singer/Songwriter from and currently residing in Minneapolis, Minnesota. John Wills released three records ("Sleepwalks and Criminals" 02', "Washington" 07', and "Rose" 2010) O'Brien did a 6 song release in 2016. He is currently writing songs for an album to be recorded in the fall of 2017 in New Orleans.

https://www.reverbnation.com/johnnyobrien

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Megan Flechaus (Austin, Texas)
Aug
25
8:15 PM20:15

Megan Flechaus (Austin, Texas)

Megan is a jazz, blues, and folk-influenced singer-songwriter. She began writing and playing music when she was 15 years old. She expresses thought provoking lyric through soulful tone and eccentric chord voicings. Her song, Moon Mansion, off an early EP appeared in the Indie Film, King’s Faith, filmed in her home city of Rochester, NY. She released her first full-length album, New, in October 2014.

http://meganflechaus.com

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Sarah Jane & the Blue Notes
Feb
23
7:00 PM19:00

Sarah Jane & the Blue Notes

Sarah Jane steps from St Louis ,with her lush sultry voice in the tradition of a “red hot mama”,  along with the Blue Notes to bring you horn infused swingin’ hot jazz and St Louis blues from the 1920s to the 40s. The band specializes in forgotten songs from the era and sprinkles in a dash of some of everyones favorite standards. Sarah Jane and The Blue Notes are one of the most festive dance bands in St. Louis. It's a sound that seamlessly blends speakeasy, New Orleans dixieland,  Harlem night club,  juke joint,  big band swing with a touch of old time blues.

https://www.sarahjanebluenotes.com

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POCKET VINYL  (New London, CT)
Feb
19
7:00 PM19:00

POCKET VINYL (New London, CT)

Pocket Vinyl's music is all about being uncomfortable.  It's about taking uncomfortable feelings and topics (death, fear, sex, theology, to name a few) and staring them in the face, trying to understand.  It's not meant to be sad or depressing, but rather full of wonder, curiosity, joy, fearlessness, and love.  Based mostly on the life principle that when you're uncomfortable, you are often learning, growing, and becoming a better person. Their unique live show consists of Eric Stevenson slamming the piano while Elizabeth Jancewicz creates a painting on stage, which is then auctioned off to the highest bidder at every show.  Every painting is 100% unique..  They've made 5 albums, 3 EPs, a bunch of singles, the world's first MP (for "Mini-Play"), and even a full length feature documentary about small touring bands called "Drive. Play. Sleep." which is being released in the fall of 2017.  And that's all on top of the 700+ live concerts they've performed since forming in 2010.  Long story short: they remain a very active pair of artists.

http://www.pocketvinyl.com

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BoogieFoot
Feb
17
7:00 PM19:00

BoogieFoot

BoogieFoot is an amalgamation of its members’ diverse musical influences and experiences. We all bring a little something different to the table to serve up a smörgåsbord of scrumptious songs. All musical appetites will be satisfied with members from a varying array of current and past local bands that have entertained throughout the area in any and all types of venues.

https://www.boogiefoot.net

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Amanda Raye
Feb
16
7:00 PM19:00

Amanda Raye

Amanda Raye’s music is a rich blend of soul and country seasoned with sassy jazz influences. We feel her living, learning, questioning, speculating, wishing and wanting. The lyrics she writes are poetry in motion, encouraging optimism and a special kind of love, a love that radiates from within. She reveals intimate details about the twists and turns encountered on her path and delivers them with a playful, knowing nod and wink, teasing and inspiring; simultaneously thought provoking and comforting.

http://www.amandarayemusic.com

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Sweetheart VALENTINE'S Dinner with Joe Bozzi Band
Feb
14
7:00 PM19:00

Sweetheart VALENTINE'S Dinner with Joe Bozzi Band

Reservations 314-367-3644

Joe Bozzi is best known for wowing crowds at the St. Louis Playboy Club at Vandeventer and Lindell Boulevard.  During the club's heyday in the 1960s, Bozzi backed up musical icons like trumpet player Dizzy Gillespie and saxophonist Cannonball Adderly.  Popular entertainers such as Johnny Carson and Bill Cosby appeared regularly during his tenure at the Playboy Club.  Now a St. Louis legend and considered the "Godfather of St. Louis Music", Joe's music is a blend of traditional and modern jazz.  However, if the occasion calls for pop, rock or top 40 music, Joe and the band provide the best in these genres as well, with Joe on the trumpet as well as his beloved vibes.

http://www.joebozziband.com

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Caroline Cotter & Michael Howard
Feb
13
7:00 PM19:00

Caroline Cotter & Michael Howard

Caroline Cotter grew up in Providence, Rhode Island, and attended college in Maine before setting off on what has become a global quest for adventure and education set to music and she’s not slowing down anytime soon. Cotter will tour the United States throughout 2018 in support of the release of "Home on the River". She will also return to Europe where her fresh, organic sound has enchanted audiences in the Netherlands, France, Spain, Belgium, and Germany.

Michael Howard - At first glance, the word association of “Alaska” and “punk rock” might seem like something out of a cunning psychological method, but for singer-songwriter Michael Howard, they represent elemental forces that have helped form his creative voice. “I grew up playing in punk bands around Anchorage, putting on shows at rec centers and such,” he says. In many ways, he fits in among a generation of ex-punk rockers and now happens to be a songwriter. As such, Howard is, in a way, an outsider. Born and raised amid the long winter nights and extended summer days of the Last Frontier, Howard knows what it is to be removed, living on the edge of civilization. Being formed as an adolescent by punk’s do-it-yourself ethic, he is an explorer and an inventor, creatively speaking. After many dark Alaskan winters touring the rest of the State and long Arctic summers as a community organizer and activist, Michael Howard’s unique perspective has come to fruition in his latest album, GASOLINE DREAM, a collection of poetic Americana born from life on the road.

https://www.mhowardmusic.com

http://www.carolinecotter.com

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Honeywise featuring Sophia Landis (Cedar Falls, IA)
Feb
12
7:00 PM19:00

Honeywise featuring Sophia Landis (Cedar Falls, IA)

Honeywise is a folk group from Cedar Falls, IA, comprised of Sophia Landis and Jason Surratt. Their music blends Jason's outlaw country influences with Sophia's piano, mandolin, and Native American flutes. Honeywise combines this with the richness of their voices for some truly fun and unique music. The group lyrically tackles social issues, but also sings of fellowship and merriment for those moments when one needs to escape the woes of the world.  The vagrant duo has chosen to forgo the luxuries of steady income and fights the good fight in order to continue making music for their listeners. Honeywise released their debut album, The Grass is Green, in December 2016 through Wild Midwest Records. The album is also available on iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, and elsewhere online. Upon finishing their summer tour, Honeywise will head back into the studio to begin production of their second album: Apart to Wander.

https://www.honeywise.us

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Roanoke (Nashville, TN)
Feb
11
6:30 PM18:30

Roanoke (Nashville, TN)

Roanoke is a rising Folk/Americana band based out of Nashville, TN. Lead by Joey Beesley and Taylor Dupuis, the two come together to create rich harmonies and unforgettable songs of love, heartbreak, and exploration. Joined by band members Zach Nowak, Kyle Breese, and Jo Cleary. Roanoke uses their undeniable musical chemistry to create a unique and captivating sound full of cultural influences, roots instrumentation, and catchy, memorable melodies. Their self-titled debut album Roanoke is an invigoratingly classic Americana album filled with modern yet vintage tunes that make the audience sit and listen to a back-porch tale in true Americana fashion. Roanoke has struck a balance between the narrative songwriting of folk, the ear candy appeal of pop, and the roots authenticity of country music. With their growing fan base, and energetic live show, they are set to shake the alternative Americana Folk scene in no time.

http://www.roanokeband.com

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Hot Swing Brunch with ROYA & THE HIGH TIMERS
Feb
11
11:30 AM11:30

Hot Swing Brunch with ROYA & THE HIGH TIMERS

Brunch Served: 11am - 3pm

Roya & The High Timers is a jazz ensemble based in St. Louis, playing classic jazz from the 1920s and 1930s. Led by recent St. Louis transplant Roya Jamshidpour (vocals) and long time St. Louis resident Dan Conner (drums & washboard), the band aims to realize a period-authentic sound while also providing an experience that is both danceable and sophisticated. Because revitalizing obscure and underplayed jazz music is a goal of the band, Roya & The High Timers set their focus on interpreting the ‘diamond-in-the-rough’ tunes of the jazz age. Freshly founded in 2017, Roya & The High Timers is hot off the press and presents a distinctive vintage sound for all types of listeners!

https://www.facebook.com/RoyasHighTimers

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MARDI GRAS PARTY featuring "TORREY CASEY and the SOUTHSIDE HUSTLE"
Feb
10
7:30 PM19:30

MARDI GRAS PARTY featuring "TORREY CASEY and the SOUTHSIDE HUSTLE"

MARDI GRAS Drink Specials & Dinner Specials All Day and Evening.

KITCHEN OPEN TIL MIDNIGHT

BAR OPEN TIL 1:30AM

Torrey Casey & the Southside Hustle is a premiere funk, R&B, & blues band based in the St. Louis metro area.  

Torrey Casey's hometown is Festus, MO. He sings, plays guitar, & also performs solo & duo venues around town. He released his first CD in September 2016. https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/torreycaseythesouthsideh
https://www.facebook.com/torrey.casey

Teec'a Easby was born in Little Rock, AR and raised in St. Louis, MO. She sings & also sits in at various clubs in the area.
https://www.facebook.com/msteeca

Brad Waller, bass, is originally from St. Louis, MO. He has been part of various projects in St. Louis, Mid-Missouri, and Los Angeles since 1997.
https://www.facebook.com/brad.waller.961

Donnell Robinson, drums, is from south St. Louis.
https://www.facebook.com/drobinson808

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Analog Thief
Feb
9
7:00 PM19:00

Analog Thief

Analog Thief combines the genres of blues, soul, rock, and jazz-infused pop to create something unique for the St. Louis market. Composed of an all-star band of St. Louis's seasoned musicians, the group has collectively performed on a local and national level. The band's personnel includes the following:

Kyle Honeycutt-drums
Chrissy Renick-vocals/keyboard
Mark Wallace-bass
Brian Vaccaro-guitar

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Cary Colman Jazz Trio
Feb
8
7:00 PM19:00

Cary Colman Jazz Trio

As a versatile jazz vocalist and saxophonist, Cary has a voice with an impressive range and warm quality suited to sultry French ballads, bossa novas, her own originals and jazz standards. Add the exciting visceral energy of her sax improvisation and you'll find yourself drawn into the genuine emotion of heartfelt performance.

https://www.facebook.com/Cary-Colman-Music-241859362510830

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Hot Swing Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers
Feb
4
11:30 AM11:30

Hot Swing Brunch with Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers

Brunch served 11am - 3pm.  Reservations 314-367-3644

Guaranteed to make you want to dance, shimmy, shake, or at the very least tap your feet!!

Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences in St. Louis and beyond since 2007.  Led by powerhouse vocalist Valerie Kirchhoff, Miss Jubilee plays an energetic blend of Hot Jazz, Hokum, and Low-Down Blues from the 1920s and 30s. Their one-of-kind repertoire draws heavily from the bluesy and swingin’ sounds of St. Louis and Chicago’s south side. Fueled by a hard driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages.  Since it’s formation, Miss Jubilee’s reputation has grown to make her one of the most sought after and recognizable singers in St. Louis and the greater region. The band has performed throughout the country, and are a fixture at local festivals and summer concert series.

www.miss-jubilee.com

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Karen Choi
Feb
2
8:15 PM20:15

Karen Choi

Karen Choi is a singer/songwriter living in the American midwest. Karen’s sophomore album “Through Our Veins” is rooted in the Americana tradition and shaped by the places and people she has met along the way. This new collection of songs explores common human experience from a rich lyrical perspective and with soulful vocal clarity. Karen was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. She first picked up her dad’s old Martin guitar when she was 13. Since then, songwriting became a means of storytelling for Karen and an artistic channel for expressing the realities of every day life. Karen currently resides in St Louis with her husband and three sons.

https://karenchoimusic.com

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Jess Novak
Feb
2
7:00 PM19:00

Jess Novak

Jess Novak takes no prisoners. With a fiddle on fire, powerful vocals and a fierce band behind her, this pop, rock, soul-pumped group brings passion to every performance. Known for their energy, superb musicianship, engaging songwriting and ability to win any crowd, this is a band on the rise. Having touched audiences up and down the East Coast and throughout the Midwest – from Burlington, VT to Key West, FL to St. Louis, MO – and with Novak playing more than 250 dates annually, the sound gets tighter with each show.

http://www.jessrocknovak.com

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Dave Black
Jan
31
7:00 PM19:00

Dave Black

WINNER OF 'JAZZ ARTIST' CATEGORY IN THE 2011 RIVERFRONT TIMES MUSIC AWARDS Dave Black has worked with many artists from a wide range of musical genres including Jazz, Blues, Rock, Country, Bluegrass and Folk. He has worked with various notables including Richard 'Groove' Holmes, Bucky Pizzerelli, David Liebman, Fareed Haque, Little Anthony & The Imperials and The Drifters.

https://www.daveblackstl.com

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Sissy Brown (Byers, Texas)
Jan
30
7:00 PM19:00

Sissy Brown (Byers, Texas)

Sissy Brown is a sweet voiced, foul mouthed, country singer/songwriter influenced by honky tonk, outlaw, and solid country gold legends.  

Sissy is from Oklahoma, basically Oklahoma as Hell. 
She plays over 250 shows a year, nationwide, but home is a big ol' cattle ranch is Byers, TX. 
She has lived all over and played all over and ready for anything you've got.

https://www.reverbnation.com/sissybrown

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Blues City Swing
Jan
27
7:00 PM19:00

Blues City Swing

Blues City Swing is a St. Louis-based group who hail from Chicago, New York, Oklahoma and from right here "in the Lou".   The eclectic music they make blends their regional influences: gritty blues, swing-style jazz, R&B, and even a taste of Johnny Cash.  Like a fine gumbo, the various flavors come together for something that is truly tasty. 

http://bluescityswingband.com

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BoogieFoot
Jan
26
7:00 PM19:00

BoogieFoot

BoogieFoot is an amalgamation of its members’ diverse musical influences and experiences. We all bring a little something different to the table to serve up a smörgåsbord of scrumptious songs. All musical appetites will be satisfied with members from a varying array of current and past local bands that have entertained throughout the area in any and all types of venues.

https://www.boogiefoot.net

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