Live Music in St. Louis – Hear This Week: Jan. 28 – Feb. 2
We are not surprised that Wallethub has ranked St. Louis in the top ten for most “fun city” in America – with all this great live music and diversity of venues, how could we not be? Here are this week’s Bands of Note.
Live Music in St. Louis
Monday, January 28 – In Kirkwood, at One 19 North Tapas & Wine Bar, Dean Christopher and friends perform the classics from the “Rat Pack” era. 9 pm, no cover.
Wednesday, January 30 – The always enchanting Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers performs at Schafly Bottleworks. 8 pm, no cover.
Friday, February 1 – The legendary Vince Gill comes to the Stifel Theatre. This guy has sold over 26 million albums and is touring on his latest, Down to My Last Bad Habit. He’s as of late been touring with the Eagles which is a bit of a headscratcher, but trust us – you want to catch him doing his own thing. 7:30 pm, $56–$72.
Saturday, February 2 – At Satchmo’s Grill, Boulevard Blues Band serves up some great music with their tasty menu. 8 pm, no cover.
Saturday, February 2 – Out in West County at the Sky Music Lounge, the Yard Darts take the stage. This interesting and endearing trio of multi-instrumentalist do takes on 70s and 80s pop tunes you’re not expecting and play some other songs you wish you heard more often. 6:00 pm, $10.
What the Locals Know: Not just a place to get a great finger-lickin’ pork sandwich (though it is that too), our Blues City Deli features locally grown live music every Saturday from 1 to 3 pm. No cover.
Music Note of Note: In South St. Louis there’s a special guitar shop celebrating its 25th year serving guitar fans from all over the country: Killer Vintage. This shop deals in vintage, rare, and especially beloved guitars and amps. For years they even had a special satellite shop behind the stage of what is now called Hollywood Casino Amphitheater. So yes, they serve rock’s elite, but they are happy to serve you too. Just stop by and gawk at all the rock stars on the wall who are their customers.
For more live music and entertainment happening in St. Louis visit our events calendar.
— Hear This Week is written by local writer, musician, and live music fan Kevin M. Mitchell.