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On a chilly Wednesday night Cyrille Aimée took the stage at Jazz at the Bistro, enchanting the audience with her vocal acrobatics.

Published in Music News

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

Published in Music News
Thursday, 17 December 2015 12:00

Matt Wilson's Christmas Tree-O 12/17/15

Alongside woodwind player Jeff Lederer and bassist Paul Sikivie, drummer Matt Wilson leads this seasonally motivated jazz trio through a deep dive of the Christmas song canon, performing traditional carols, modern tunes and folk songs with equal parts wit, irreverence and inventiveness.

Published in Live Performances

An accomplished sax player like Eric Marienthal doesn’t mess around with sheet music very often. Even when he gigs with the St. Louis-based Bach to the Future, Marienthal feels at home with their classical-jazz alchemy.

Published in Music News

You only have to hear a few of Randy Newman songs before you realize he’s an eccentric songwriter—perhaps even a bit twisted—but certainly original.

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Funk and more were the order of the day For Funk Fest 10.

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Just before the Marquise Knox Blues Revue closed out the Fifteenth Old Webster Jazz and Blues Festival on Saturday, Webster Groves Mayor Gerri Welch shared a few impressive statistics.

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A few songs into their first set at Joe’s Café on Thursday night the trio of Curt Landes, Vince Martin and Alan Ox paused.

Published in Music News
Monday, 31 August 2015 00:00

Jack Bland: Mound City blue blower

Jack Bland was born in Sedalia but by the Roaring ’20s he was working in St. Louis, where he co-founded the Mound City Blue Blowers with Red McKenzie in 1924.

Published in St. Louis Music Notes
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