Preparing for her trip from Baltimore, experimental musician Susan Alcorn spoke to Jeremy Kannapell in advance of her double-bill with Chicago-based percussionist Frank Rosaly at Joe's Cafe, Friday, January 22
The Touhill Performing Arts Center on the campus of University of Missouri St. Louis recently hosted a performance by The Improv Shop troupe. The Improv Shop is a “St. Louis-based improvisational comedy theater and school.”
Greg Ward draws on various musical styles with his individual approach to the saxophone, offering an innovative take on modern jazz with "Phonic Juggernaut."
Collaborating with big names from Jeff Beck to Kid Rock, Trombone Shorty creates cross-genre appeal with his seventh full-length album, "For True."
After releasing and recording music for over four decades, Wadada Leo Smith has drawn inspiration from several varieties of jazz to form a diverse collection of work for his latest album, "Heart's Reflections."
Syna So Pro loops and layers synths, guitar, bass, violin and vocals into something otherworldly and dreamlike on her debut album Make Two People Happy. Hear her perform live on the Space Parlour as part of the Live in St. Louis Series.
Eschewing traditional verse-chorus-verse structures to maintain a single musical phrase for entire songs, Cave creates tracks that are like blank canvases on which an onslaught of psychedelic improvisation is painted.