All Musicians Welcome
Open Mic / Singer Songwriters Night
Every Monday 7pm -11pm
1/2 off all cocktails and beers for musicians
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.
Music, Mimosas, Bloody Marys and brunch = an awesome way to start your Saturday!
Join musicians and music lovers around the world in celebration of Make Music Day! We are glad to host some of St. Louis' finest musicians on both the indoor stage as well as on the patio.
- 4pm: Amy Hawkins (piano/boogie/blues/jazz/classical)
- 5pm: Leslie Sanazaro (piano/pop/singer/songwriter)
- 6pm: The St. Louis Jazz Troubadours (jazz standards)
- 7pm: The Wise Brothers (original blues)
- 8pm: Joe Metzka Duo (jazz & blues)
- 9pm: Al Holiday (rock 'n' roll piano)
- 4:30pm: Paul Niehaus IV of Blue Lotus Records (guitarist/singer/songwriter)
- 5:30pm: Ethan Leinwand (barrelhouse blues piano & boogie woogie)
- 6:30pm: Vendors of Substance featuring members of The Sidemen (jazz & blues)
- 7:30pm: Joe Park Jazz Trio (swingin' Gypsy jazz)
- 8:30pm: Sarah Jane & the Blue Notes (1920s-50s swingin' hot jazz & blues)
- 9:30pm: Feyza Eren (jazz/R&B/Latin)
Blues, funk, soul...and bootigrabbin'!
"Laurel’s uninhibited vocal arrangements remind me of a young Iris Dement, a pure and honest voice in a town whose scene is known for the opposite. Add some banjos, classic harmonies and bleeding heart lyrics and you’ve got yourself a blue ribbon combo. Fans of Shovels and Rope and Mandolin Orange will find plenty to love here." --slyvinyl.com
Hot Jazz, Rhythm & Blues from the 1920's-1950's
Say what? My self-portrait...in a pancake?? Amazing pancake art by world-renowned Dr. Dan the Pancake Man of DANCAKES.
All your brunch favorites accompanied by the sweet Jazz sounds from one of St. Louis's finest Jazz musicians, Jim Manley.
Photo by KTYarbrough Photography