Jan
19
9:30 PM21:30

The Foggy Memory Boys

The Foggy Memory Boys are a group of musicians from the St. Louis area. Started by Jason Scroggins and Dustin Greer in 2008, they bring together a group of good ole boys that love bluegrass in its truest form. The lineup changes from time to time and is always a treat. Recent additions include Mark Raborn on banjo and Cecil Tinnon on mandolin, guitar and vocals.

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Feb
2
9:30 PM21:30

One Way Traffic

One Way Traffic is a St. Louis based Americana/Grassroots band. Producing a sound thats influenced by Bluegrass, Americana, Folk and Blues, One Way Traffic is unique in its approach and honest in its delivery. The group is composed of local musicians: Leah Osborne (vocals/baritone ukulele/washboard), Drew Lance (percussion/ vocals) Taylor Perkins (bass), Sam Avery (Guitar/vocals) and Sam Aubuchon (mandolin). All members are songwriters aiming to keep it fresh and share experiences with the listeners. One Way Traffic is made up of seasoned musicians that are hungry, young, and genuinely enjoy working together--and it shows in the live performance.

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Feb
9
9:30 PM21:30

The Dustcovers

"St. Louis based acoustic quartet specializing in traditional old time, early blues, and roots music. The Dust Covers play songs you don't know by dead guys you've never heard of!" The Dust Covers are a St. Louis based four-piece string band filtering obscure songs from the 20s and 30s. Bending, blending and defending the lines between traditional American music, they bring a sound that is both fresh and familiar!

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Feb
15
9:30 PM21:30

Miss Jubilee

Hot Jazz, Hokum & Low-Down Blues! • Spanning the 1920's & 30's and guaranteed to make you wanna' Dance, Shimmy, Shake or at the very least tap your feet! Fronted by the powerhouse vocals of Valerie Kirchhoff, and fueled by a hard-driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee draws its bluesy sound from the rich traditions of St. Louis and Chicago's South Side. Presented with authenticity and an infectious energy, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages!

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Feb
16
9:30 PM21:30

Lonesome Pines

A bluegrass group from the St. Louis area. Performing Americana traditional country and bluegrass for over 40 years to crowds large and small. All the musicians in the band are outstanding professional with accomplishments in the music field in groups such as the Road Apples, Vince Gill, Tim O’Brien, the Western Satellites, the Orbits, Son Volt, Bluegrass Alliance and much more. With a focus on authenticity and respect for the traditional sound, The Lonesome Pines are energetic, soulful and fun. The standards and classics are rendered in beautiful arrangements and improvisation with tight vocal harmonies. Thayne Bradford, Fiddle, Mandolin Bob Breidenbach, Dobro, Lap Steel Vince Corkery, Stand up Bass Gary Hunt, Guitar Bill Cross, banjo

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Feb
23
9:30 PM21:30

The Foggy Memory Boys

The Foggy Memory Boys are a group of musicians from the St. Louis area. Started by Jason Scroggins and Dustin Greer in 2008, they bring together a group of good ole boys that love bluegrass in its truest form. The lineup changes from time to time and is always a treat. Recent additions include Mark Raborn on banjo and Cecil Tinnon on mandolin, guitar and vocals.

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Jan
11
9:30 PM21:30

Missouri Breaks

Missouri Breaks is an exciting progressive bluegrass band featuring long-time Missouri musicians, Mike Aehle (banjo, vocals), Ray Cardwell (bass, vocals) Joel Ferber (Mandolin, vocals), Andy Ploof (guitar, vocals).

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Jan
5
9:30 PM21:30

Miss Jubilee

Hot Jazz, Hokum & Low-Down Blues! • Spanning the 1920's & 30's and guaranteed to make you wanna' Dance, Shimmy, Shake or at the very least tap your feet! Fronted by the powerhouse vocals of Valerie Kirchhoff, and fueled by a hard-driving rhythm section and gutbucket horns, Miss Jubilee draws its bluesy sound from the rich traditions of St. Louis and Chicago's South Side. Presented with authenticity and an infectious energy, Miss Jubilee is a favorite for fans of all ages!

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Dec
29
9:30 PM21:30

Clusterpluck

ClusterPluck, mixes bluegrass, folk, rock, and country into a hearty sonic stew. Throwing tradition aside, they utilize electric guitar, acoustic guitar, acoustic bass, dobro, mandolin, banjo, and three part vocal harmony. This three piece band from Southern Illinois produces an up-beat, grassy energy with a little country jam for listeners of all ages to enjoy.

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Dec
15
9:30 PM21:30

Missouri Breaks

Missouri Breaks is an exciting progressive bluegrass band featuring long-time Missouri musicians, Mike Aehle (banjo, vocals), Ray Cardwell (bass, vocals) Joel Ferber (Mandolin, vocals), Andy Ploof (guitar, vocals).

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Dec
14
9:30 PM21:30

The Dustcovers

“St. Louis based acoustic quartet specializing in traditional old time, early blues, and roots music. The Dust Covers play songs you don't know by dead guys you've never heard of!"

The Dust Covers are a St. Louis based four-piece string band filtering obscure songs from the 20s and 30s. Bending, blending and defending the lines between traditional America

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Nov
24
9:30 PM21:30

One Way Traffic

One Way Traffic is a St. Louis based Americana/Grassroots band. Producing a sound thats influenced by Bluegrass, Americana, Folk and Blues, One Way Traffic is unique in its approach and honest in its delivery. The group is composed of local musicians: Leah Osborne (vocals/baritone ukulele/washboard), Drew Lance (percussion/ vocals) Taylor Perkins (bass), Sam Avery (Guitar/vocals) and Sam Aubuchon (mandolin). All members are songwriters aiming to keep it fresh and share experiences with the listeners. One Way Traffic is made up of seasoned musicians that are hungry, young, and genuinely enjoy working together--and it shows in the live performance.

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Nov
17
9:30 PM21:30

Missouri Breaks

Missouri Breaks is an exciting progressive bluegrass band featuring long-time Missouri musicians, Mike Aehle (banjo, vocals), Ray Cardwell (bass, vocals) Joel Ferber (Mandolin, vocals), Andy Ploof (guitar, vocals).

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Oct
20
9:30 PM21:30

Clusterpluck

Mixes bluegrass, folk, rock, and country into a hearty sonic stew. Throwing tradition aside, they utilize electric guitar, acoustic guitar, acoustic bass, dobro, mandolin, banjo, and three part vocal harmony. This three piece band from Southern Illinois produces an up-beat, grassy energy with a little country jam for listeners of all ages to enjoy.

http://www.clusterpluck.org

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Oct
13
9:30 PM21:30

Dusty James + Abalone Pearl

"Folk, Classic Country, Roots, Singer-Songwriter, Americana"

Dusty James & Abalone Pearl Both Jim and Sherre began playing as teens in the iconic folk venues of the famed Gaslight Square where they honed their instrumental skills and the art of crafting tight vocal harmonies. Each possesses in-depth knowledge of the music that drove the ‘60s folk revival and can speak extemporaneously about each song they have carefully chosen for their repertoire. The musical styles are varied and include traditional folk, roots, singer-songwriter, classic country, blues, Americana and surprises. They invite the audience into the scene by conveying the joy that goes with performing tunes that hold special significance for them.

Dusty James (Jim: guitar, mandolin, harmonica, vocals) started playing and singing when he was very young, inspired first by his sister and cousins, and then by various musicians he met in coffee houses and other venues during the folk scene of the 1960s. His influences are endless, but early on included Leadbelly, Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Doc Watson, Mississippi John Hurt and Merle Travis. Over the years he has appeared with various bands and in numerous settings, both locally and nationally, including A Prairie Home Companion and CBS Radio; and he has had the privilege of performing on stage with the likes of Doc Watson and Roland White. He also continues to share his love of music through his long tenure as a guitar instructor at St. Louis Community College.

Abalone Pearl (Sherre: guitar, banjo, autoharp, vocals) started playing guitar at age 12 when she was inspired by Bob Dylan, Jean Ritchie, Mike Seeger, Memphis Minnie, The Carter Family and the folk movement of the 1960s. She became a professional musician at age 15, playing in the coffee houses of Gaslight Square and went on to be a member of numerous local rock groups. She has been a member of The Hot Flashes, an all-female rock group, since 2004. Her hobby is music history and she used it everyday for 26 years in her former business, The Disc-Connection, a CD/record store.

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