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Upcoming events

18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018 12:00 am
$25.00

105.7 The Point Welcomes The Wombats With Blaenavon, courtship.

$25.00
18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018 - 02-17-2018 6:30 pm

The Bonsack Gallery at John Burroughs School will feature “Light + Dark (inside),” an exhibit of paintings by Sole Van Emden, from Friday, January 5, through Wednesday, February 7. All are invited to an opening reception from 5:30 to 7:30 pm on Friday, January 5.

Van Emden, who paints images from her surroundings, is specifically inspired by strong light raking across surfaces and through space. The artist says, “I am drawn to the drama and the sense of volume created by the stark contrast between light and dark, whether across a child’s face, a still life or an urban scene.”

The Bonsack Gallery is a not-for-profit educational gallery on the campus of John Burroughs School, 755 South Price Road, St. Louis, MO, 63124. Regular gallery hours are 8 am to 6:30 pm, weekdays. The exhibit is free to the public.

18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018 -7:00 pm
18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018 -8:00 pm

The Blues City Deli has started doing an acoustic series though the winter months.  This one will be really special, Nick will have various friends joining him for the first set and the second set will be an acoustic gospel group involving many St. Louis giants of the music scene!

18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018
$18.00

As part of The Art of Live Festival - Old Rock House

Doors 7pm, Show 8pm, $16 Advance, $18 Day of Show, Art of Live Wristbands $32, All Ages

Visit oldrockhouse.com for full lineup

$18.00
18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018
$15.00

Doors 7pm, Show 8pm, $12 Advance, $15 Day of Show, $32 Art of Live Wristbands, All Ages

Songwriter Rayland Baxter is a dreamer, a very fine one, as a matter of fact. He is one of a misty-eyed gentlefolk seeking prosperity in a soul, in the soul. He’s a wanderer of the highest regard, with hazy matter, loosely based on his waking hours, conditions, remarks and interactions, all that he finds suitable to chronicle in his ledger and diary. He made a record entitled “Feathers & Fishhooks,” three years ago and the men, or man, that he introduced us to were of the fluttery variety. They found that they were utterly consumed by their wanderings, by the ifs, the white noise and the unseen phantoms whispering it all breathy and hot into their ears. Baxter, who calls Nashville home, is a keen observer not just of a non-thing thing like the human condition, but more so an observer of how he reacts to that non-thing thing called the human condition and just how people relate to one another. He appreciates the nuances of those who fail one another, or those who mean to let each other down. He appreciates even more those who intend to be sweet, those who will remain, holding a hand warm or cold and falling into surreal rhythm together. “Imaginary Man,” his second long-player, is an exquisite new exploration of the disorienting qualities of real life and what they drive us to conjure in our sleep, when we’re lucky enough to get it, when we allow our days to be through. It’s a mellow current of open water, touching muddy banks, carving out a sensation of desire and great hunger. People must be more. He must be more, better and kinder. Love must touch more and be more visible. People need people and they need beauty and mercy in abundance. It all needs to be there and Baxter finds this tumbling course a fascinating one.

$15.00
18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018 -8:00 pm

Be entertained and help end hunger! Artists for a Cause invites you to help feed the hungry while enjoying an hour of exceptional dance.

Featuring: MADCO, MADCO 2, Ashleyliane Dance Company, Dance Concert Society of Kirkwood, Tour Dance, Grand Center Arts Academy

The price of admission is one bag of non-perishable food.
Preshow music begins at 6:30 p.m.

Made possible by the Monsanto Company Fund and Wells Fargo. In partnership with Operation Food Search and Food Outreach.

18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018 -8:00 pm

Artists for a Cause
“Dance for Food – St. Louis”
January 18 & 25, 2018
7pm – 8pm
Free admission w/ donation of unexpired, non-perishable food

18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018
$36.50

“By any standard, jazz or otherwise, it is moving, mighty music." - Rolling Stone

 

After 17 years together, and a decade-long tradition with Jazz St. Louis, The Bad Plus announced a major change in the band’s infrastructure last spring.  Longtime pianist Ethan Iverson will be leaving the group, with Philadelphia native Orrin Evans joining the band in 2018.  With Iverson’s final engagement set for December 2017, bassist Reid Anderson and drummer David King will debut the NEW version of The Bad Plus, with Evans, at the Bistro!  With the new lineup, the band continues their long-standing tradition of being a leaderless trio with a committed belief in what they’ve dubbed ‘avant-garde populism’ — the idea that serious music can be as engaging and accessible as it is forward-thinking and provocative.

 

Style: modern jazz

$36.50
18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018 -9:00 pm
$15.00

TODD MOSBY NEW HORIZONS ENSEMBLE IN A RARE SAINT LOUIS KICK-OFF TOUR AT SKY MUSIC LOUNGE BALWIN, MO. JANUARY 18, 2018

Saint Louis, MO - December 21, 2017 – Acclaimed guitarist Todd Mosby and his band New Horizons Ensemble will take to the stage Thursday, January 18, 2018 for one exclusive kick-off performance at Sky Music Lounge in Ballwin, MO. Be sure to catch the band performing songs from Mosby’s vast catalogue and new music from his upcoming album release Open Waters, produced with Grammy award-winner Will Ackerman.

This acclaimed guitarist is joined by a stellar cast of Grammy® Winning and Nominated artists on this tour. Listeners will hear the world's leading solo bassist Michael Manring (Michael Hedges, Will Ackerman), percussionist Jeff Haynes (Pat Metheny, Cassandra Wilson), Premik Russell Tubbs (Santana, Sting, James Taylor). The group is joined by two very special artists Bryan (guitar/vocals) and Lola (piano/vocals) Toben. Lola is an L.A. based spectacular rising-star vocalist whose beauty and sound defies words.

Tickets Available online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/todd-mosby-new-horizons-ensemble-tickets-41394569271 or at door $15.

$15.00
18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018
$18.00

Madrid-based garage rockers Hinds started as a duo of Carlotta Cosials and Ana García Perrote. Shortly before releasing their first single “Demo” in 2014 the duo became a four piece, with close friend, ex guitar player and singer Ade Martín on bass and one of their first fans, Amber Grimbergen on drums. During the rest of the year and throughout 2015 they embarked on their first world tour, playing everywhere from Thailand, Vietnam and Australia to the United States to the worldwide festival circuit, including SXSW (in which they played 16 concerts in just 4 days), Glastonbury and Burgerama. They have received very positive reviews in Pitchfork, Pigeons and Planes, Gorilla vs. Bear, Paste, SPIN, Entertainment Weekly and NME. Their debut album, Leave Me Alone, made its way into the world on Friday, January 8, 2016 via Mom + Pop Music. Fresh off their release, Hinds is receiving praise for their work. “This great garage-rock crew from Madrid folds decades of naïf-rock history into its craftily shambling tunes,” said Rolling Stone. Pitchfork suggests its “[Carlotta] Cosials and [Ana] Perrote’s shared vocal responsibilities, which fit perfectly together” that “truly set Hinds apart.” Entertainment Weekly calls Hinds “…the year’s buzziest indie breakout,” while SPIN asks “Whether seeing Hinds live, or listening to their debut album, Leave Me Alone, one question always comes to mind: Can I join?”

 

$18.00
18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018 -11:30 pm

Jeremy Segel-Moss and Leslie Sanazaro every Thursday night at Yaqui's on Cherokee from 8:30-11:30p

18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018
$36.50

“By any standard, jazz or otherwise, it is moving, mighty music." - Rolling Stone

 

After 17 years together, and a decade-long tradition with Jazz St. Louis, The Bad Plus announced a major change in the band’s infrastructure last spring.  Longtime pianist Ethan Iverson will be leaving the group, with Philadelphia native Orrin Evans joining the band in 2018.  With Iverson’s final engagement set for December 2017, bassist Reid Anderson and drummer David King will debut the NEW version of The Bad Plus, with Evans, at the Bistro!  With the new lineup, the band continues their long-standing tradition of being a leaderless trio with a committed belief in what they’ve dubbed ‘avant-garde populism’ — the idea that serious music can be as engaging and accessible as it is forward-thinking and provocative.

 

Style: modern jazz

$36.50
18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018 - 01-19-2018 12:30 am

THURSDAYS – The Thursday Night Revue at The Dark Room (9:30pm – 11:30pm)
Debuting St. Louis’ newest jazz ensembles, The Thursday Night Revue at The Dark Room hosts a rotating group on stage every Thursday night from 9:30pm-11:30pm.

All shows are free. Please see our events tab for detailed calendar.

12/28: Ben Reece’s Unity Quartet – RSVP
1/4: SpaceShip – RSVP
1/11: The Sextet – RSVP
1/18: Ben Reece‘s Unity Quartet – RSVP
1/25: Liberation Organ Trio – RSVP
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18
Jan
2018

01-18-2018 - 01-19-2018 2:30 am

St. Louis singing sensation Kim Massie performs every Thursday night.

19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018 - 02-18-2018 6:30 pm

The Bonsack Gallery at John Burroughs School will feature “Light + Dark (inside),” an exhibit of paintings by Sole Van Emden, from Friday, January 5, through Wednesday, February 7. All are invited to an opening reception from 5:30 to 7:30 pm on Friday, January 5.

Van Emden, who paints images from her surroundings, is specifically inspired by strong light raking across surfaces and through space. The artist says, “I am drawn to the drama and the sense of volume created by the stark contrast between light and dark, whether across a child’s face, a still life or an urban scene.”

The Bonsack Gallery is a not-for-profit educational gallery on the campus of John Burroughs School, 755 South Price Road, St. Louis, MO, 63124. Regular gallery hours are 8 am to 6:30 pm, weekdays. The exhibit is free to the public.

19
Jan
2018

Join us for a free screening of the award-winning 1961 film based on the landmark Broadway play by Lorraine Hansberry.

Friday, January 19, 2018
Olin Library, Room 142
3:00 PM

This showing of "A Raisin in the Sun" is in anticipation of the screening of Sighted Eyes | Feeling Heart, a new documentary about Lorraine Hansberry presented by African and African-American Studies and Washington University Libraries as part of the Henry Hampton Film Series on Jan. 25 at 4:00 PM in Whitaker Auditorium on the University’s Danforth Campus.

19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018 -7:30 pm

FRIDAYS – Ptah Williams Acoustic Trio (5:30pm – 7:30pm) /

Join the legendary Ptah Williams, Gary Sykes & Darrel Mixon every Friday, 5:30-7:30pm (unless otherwise noted) for an early evening set of acoustic jazz.

Performing from 5-7pm on 12/29 due to theatre performance.

Reservations Recommended

19
Jan
2018

$12.00

St. Louis Americana Music Festival

January 19th, 2018

ZACK SLOAN
Nick Gusman
Elliott Pearson & the Passing Lane
COLE BRIDGES
Les Gruff and the Billy Goat
Christy Hays
River Kittens
Cara Louise Band
The Sleepy Rubies
The Dock Ellis Band


$12 // 21+

Doors 6pm // Show 6:30pm

$12.00
19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018 -8:00 pm

The opening reception for a group show by Artists First STL.

Art unleashes the human spirit; it dissolves human made barriers and it unites all human kind. The We are Artists, First exhibit gives voice to those who have been labeled, to those who society has placed its own identity on, to those who rise above and dismantle divisions. The showcased artwork is a testament to resiliency, hope and a reminder that human beings are human beings. We are Artists, First invites the viewer to ponder what connects human kind rather than separate.

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