Wood Chickens (Madison, WI) https://woodchickens.bandcamp.com/"Coming from the cow fields of Madison, WI, is the best, grungiest, most fun Cowpunk/Surf Punk band to come around for a long time... Seriously, this is what I want played at my funeral." - AudioFuzz.comBastard and the Crows (St. Louis)http://www.bastardandthecrows.com/9PM$5All Ages
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2The Provels w/ Zoofunkyou, and The GroovelinerDOORS 8PM // SHOW 9PM$10 // 21+The ProvelsThe Provels are a quartet from St. Louis, Missouri, featuring: Jim Peters on guitar and vocals, Philip “Spanky” Manaois on organ and vocals, Bill Newmann on bass, and Jonathan Taylor on drums. Soul, R&B, and funk-inflected . . . you will dance to songs you’ve never heard, and to ones you know, but not played like this before. Open your ears, and your mind will follow. For what comes after will make you move!ZoofunkyouZoofunkyou is a psychedelic stew featuring a Chicago based bluesy broth, sizzlin' with soul, chunks of funk, and meaningful melodic lyrics. The electric jams of Zoofü are guaranteed to tickle the soul, melt the face, and shake the booty!The GroovelinerThe Grooveliner is an original funk/rock/latin band made up of 6 St. Louis music veterans (3 from Big Brother Thunder and 3 from North of the Quarter). Featuring gang vocals, a 3 piece horn section and a solid rhythm section to back them up, they put on a high energy, put on your dancin' shoes show every time. Their first album, Toby's Basement, was released in January 2017 and album number 2 is in preproduction now.
Join us for The Chocolate Walk, our annual fundraiser in Downtown Sainte Genevieve. Tickets are limited and have sold out the past 4 years!The Chocolate Walk will start at Audubon's Grill and Bar (9 N. Main Street). You will receive a map of participating locations and a bag to carry all of your treats when you check in. What a better way to kick off the Valentine's Day season than by eating copious amounts of chocolate?!?Tickets are $10 per person in advance, and $15 the day of the event if any tickets are available.Tickets on sale now online and at the Welcome Center (66 N. Main Street).This event is proudly sponsored by Downtown Sainte Genevieve.
Sarah Jane and the Blue Notes perform horn infused, swingin hot jazz and blues from the 1920s to the 1940s. The band specializes in forgotten songs from the era and sprinkles in a dash of favorite standards as well, with a sound that seamlessly blends speakeasy, New Orleans Dixieland, Harlem night club, juke joint, big band swing and a touch of old time blues.
Folk School jams are a great way to spend a weekend afternoon. Musicians of all skill levels come together to play and enjoy music under the guidance of a Folk School instructor. Jams are free and open to the public. Participants take turns leading songs and choosing tunes. These informal gatherings are a great way to get back to the basics and simply enjoy playing. Join in!
Folk School Jams are made possible by
Leslie Markle, curator for public art; James Kolker, University architect & associate vice chancellor; and Eric Mumford, Rebecca and John Voyles Professor of Architecture, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, will discuss the exhibition Transformative Visions: Washington Universitys East End Then and Now, highlighting the four key historical plans that shaped Washington Universitys Danforth Campus through archival photographs, architectural drawings, and models.
The Intersect Arts Center celebrates the grand opening of it's newly renovated community arts space with an art exhibition Ebb//Flow by Dave Moore. Moore created a set of portraits trading cards for over 60 local artists that will be available at the exhibition as well as a showcase of the artists work. Come get to know the local scene and enjoy live dance and music performances, a USDAC story circle, food, drinks, and tours of the new space!
Join us on Saturday, Feb 3 at 6:00 pm for a potluck dinner featuring the cuisine of Venezuela. Bring a dish or a drink to share... and if you want to share a story, song or anecdote about Venezuela you are welcome to do so!
On Saturday, February 3, 2018, the Young Friends of the Missouri Historical Society present their 4th annual trivia night and silent auction at the Missouri History Museum hosted by Phil Donato of St. Louis Public Radio. Cash prizes will be awarded to the 1st-3rd place tables. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; trivia starts at 7:00 p.m. Cost is $300 for table of 10. Includes beer, water and soda; outside food welcome. Space is limited, so buy your table today. For more information, please visit http://mohistory.org/TriviaNight2018 or call (314) 361-9017. Sponsorships available! For information on sponsorship opportunities, e-mail Rebecca McBride at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many of you are familiar with ILLPHONiCS and their front man, Larry Morris. Last year, his mother, Ms. Haynes, was diagnosed with Cholangiocarcinoma, or Bile Duct cancer. The same rare cancer our dear friend Andrew ‘Drew’ Franklin was diagnosed with a few years ago.
In honor of Andrew’s legacy and loving spirit, We are calling on our friends, family and members of the music community of St. Louis to rally alongside Ms. Haynes and Larry. To offer our support as she continues her battle with cancer.
In times like these, we get by with a little help from our friends.
huht::The St. Louis, MO based trio of Ian Quattrocchi (18andCounting Only Ensemble, Broom, Hai Q), Todd Dillon (Broom) and Q (Thrak) come together as huht to create free-form, and improvisational-leaning music. Huht's sound focuses on a hypnotic simplicity that blends heavy percussion with a deeply moody atmosphere. The result is dark and rhythmic excursions with no self-imposed limits. The band flirts with Krautrock, Prog Rock, Noise and Jazz, and is always willing to challenge listeners in unexpected ways. Makossa:: DJ MAKossaFounding member of The Bump & Hustle STL | The Funky Rewind | Afreaka. With a mission to preserve true deejay culture, DJ Makossa lives for the funk. 16+ years, thousands of records and hundreds of gigs later, Makossa shows no signs of slowing down. Specializing in funk, soul, reggae, hip-hop and various types of world music, Makossa is constantly searching for that perfect groove. Whether it is founding the legendary rare psychedelic night AFREAKA! in San Francisco or bringing the funkiest crew of DJs on the West Coast together to form the weekly Funky Rewind party, Makossa is dedicated to enforcing quality control over the ever-growing want-to-be DJs the digital music age has spawned. In 2012, he moved from the West Coast back to his hometown of St. Louis and founded the Bump & Hustle STL. The monthly, all vinyl event has been called the best monthly party the city has ever seen and continues to draw huge numbers. The Bump&Hustle STL has hosted special guests such as Edan, Natasha Diggs, Ohmega Watts and Skeme Richards amongst many others. Additionally, he has played shows with Cut Chemist, Lee Fields, the Gaslamp Killer and a number of other groundbreaking artists as well as having deejayed legendary parties such as Chicago’s Soul Summit and Los Angeles’ Funky Sole. Any time Makossa takes the stage, expect to hear classic, sure shot selections across all genres while leaving out the latest trending artists that lack any real substance or soul.
“Peter Martin and Brian Owens: Jazz Concert at The Grandel”Benefiting Metro Theater CompanyFebruary 3, 20188:00pm$45 General Admission$180 Orchestra Box (Seats up to four)$270 Balcony Box (Seats up to six)With a special guest appearance from Terence Blanchard, composer of Bud, Not BuddyThis night of world-class jazz features international touring artist Peter Martin with vocalist Brian Owens + a guest appearance by jazz legend Terence Blanchard. Concert proceeds benefit Metro Theater Company productions and educational programs introducing young people to the arts.To learn more about Metro Theater Company’s production of Bud, Not Buddy, featuring an original score composed by Terence Blanchard, click HERE.And don’t miss a full night of the multiple Grammy winner when Blanchard returns to The Grandel on May 20, 2018 with his all-star band, The E-Collective – click HERE for tickets/more information.
John Higgins, Thayne Bradford, Bob Breidenbach, Charlie Pfeffer, and Vinve Corkery play old bluegrass, country, and whatever else they want with outstanding musicianship and perfect vocal harmonies.
The Provels w/ Zoofunkyou and The Grooveliner
DOORS 8PM // SHOW 9PM
$10 // 21+
The Provels are a quartet from St. Louis, Missouri, featuring: Jim Peters on guitar and vocals, Philip Spanky Manaois on organ and vocals, Bill Newmann on bass, and Jonathan Taylor on drums. Soul, R&B, and funk-inflected . . . you will dance to songs youve never heard, and to ones you know, but not played like this before. Open your ears, and your mind will follow. For what comes after will make you move!
Zoofunkyou is a psychedelic stew featuring a Chicago based bluesy broth, sizzlin' with soul, chunks of funk, and meaningful melodic lyrics. The electric jams of Zoofü are guaranteed to tickle the soul, melt the face, and shake the booty!
The Grooveliner is an original funk/rock/latin band made up of 6 St. Louis music veterans (3 from Big Brother Thunder and 3 from North of the Quarter). Featuring gang vocals, a 3 piece horn section and a solid rhythm section to back them up, they put on a high energy, put on your dancin' shoes show every time. Their first album, Toby's Basement, was released in January 2017 and album number 2 is in preproduction now.
Kuinkaw/ guests The Good DeedsSATURDAY FEBRUARY 3AT THE BOOTLEGDOORS 8PM // SHOW 9PM$10 ADV // $13 DAY OF // 21+Stream Kuinka's latest EP release "Stay Up Late" via Consequenceofsound.net:https://consequenceofsound.net/2017/05/kuinka-debut-vibrant-new-ep-stay-up-late-stream/KUINKA"An electronic jolt into modern folk and Americana, waltzing along the grooved edges of dream-pop, synth-pop, and Brooklyn’s mid-aughts guitar-rock revival." -Vanyaland"Joyous folk pop" -NPR Music"Seraphic vocals bookended by ukulele, cello & heavy percussion will leave you feeling giddy & glad to be alive." -The Stranger
Dracla releases their new album Saturday February 3rd, 2018 at Off Broadway with special guests Mom. And it’s FREE thanks to our friends at Urban Chestnut Brewing Company. Doors 8pm Show 9pm
CaveofswordS (STL Dream Wave) https://www.facebook.com/caveofswords/ Sorry, Scout (STL Indie) https://www.facebook.com/sorryscout/ $7 for venue side, free to get in the bar side.
Bob Case w/his Wild Accusations band will be entertaining at the Soulard Beggin' Pet Parade across the street from Nadine's Gin Joint.The music starts at 10:00 a.m. during registration and continues as the parade steps off at 1:00 p.m. until 2:00.
"Join a rotating cast of some of St. Louis finest musicians for The Dark Room Brunch Sessions. Two sets of tunes from 11am-1:30pm is paired with our brand new brunch menu, served 10am-3pm. More info: http://www.thedarkroomstl.com/
The Bonbon Plot blends bossa nova, Latin jazz, modern French jazz, new takes on American songbook favorites, and original compositions with an indie twist to produce a fresh sound. Join them for a tasty jazz Sunday brunch!
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