Live Music To See April 7-10
Looking for live music this weekend? Here’s what we have on our radars.
Percussion Play-Along Feat. Marie Schwarz, Obviously Offbeat @ America’s Tavern, 8:30pm, FREE
During this intimate singer-songwriter’s performance, the audience (you!) has the chance to pick up a number of supplied percussive instruments (or bring your own) and play along with the artist’s songs!
Kenny Barron Trio @ Jazz at the Bistro, 7:30 + 9:30pm, $35
Kenny Barron was named one of the top jazz pianists in the world by The Los Angeles Times. Enough said. Catch him on his final night of performances!
Foxing with o’brother, Tancred and Adjy @ The Luminary, 8pm, $11 in advance /$14 day of show.
STL’s own Foxing puts on a show with a stacked indie rock, post rock line-up. This is a show St. Louis music-lovers have been waiting for, so get out there and join in on supporting a hardworking, talented group of local musicians and their friends!
X Ambassadors @ Jesse Auditorium (Columbia, Missouri) 8pm, $22.50
A short two-hour drive takes you to Columbia where you can see up-and-coming alt rock band X Ambassadors perform their hit, “Renegade,” and other songs from their newest album.
Caroline Glaser @ Blueberry Hill’s Duck Room, 8pm, $13
Nashville singer-songwriter Caroline Glaser, comes to the Duck Room in promotion of her hot new single, “Drive.”
Tom Sauk with Doctor Delia @ The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy, 9pm, FREE
Singer-songwriter Cody Mitchell fronts Tom Sauk with his honest voice and lyrics.
Willie Nelson @ Peabody Opera House, 7:30pm, $56.50-$122.00
It’s not every day that one of the greats comes through St. Louis. This show is not to be missed!
Yonder Mountain String Band with Horseshoes and Hand Grenades @ The Pageant, 7:30pm, $25 in advance /$30 day of show.
YMSB has redefined bluegrass music over the past 17 years and every show seems to be better than the last—this one’s no exception.
Underoath with Caspian @ The Pageant, 7:30pm, $25 in advance /$29 day of show.
If you’re anything like me, this band brings you back. Go be nostalgic at The Pageant for the night with these Grammy-nominated sextet.