Live Music in St. Louis – Hear This Week: March 25 – 30

Monday March 25, 2019

Here’s a special edition of our blog for foodies. It’s a tribute to the great restaurants where you can enjoy dinner at a reasonable hour (not bar food at 10 pm) and great live music. We say show up hungry for these Bands of Note:

Live Music in St. Louis

Tuesday, March 26 – Evangeline’s is an upscale restaurant that is always hosting great local and touring bands. Tonight from Nashville is the Cosmic Collective, an ensemble of jazz musicians that create an unforgettable experience. 7 pm, no cover.

Wednesday, March 27 – At Sasha’s Wine Bar and Café, pretty much every Wednesday the Jim Manley Duo plays to patrons enjoying international-inspired (Greek, Italian, French) food. 8 pm, no cover.

Thursday, March 28 – Sure, Pat Connolly’s is an Irish pub, but every Thursday night they serve up local jazz talent with their fish and chips. Tonight Stephen Haake and friends take the stage. 8 pm, no cover.

Friday, March 29 – Odds Lane returns to Hwy 61 Roadhouse. This original blues duo goes perfectly with the New Orleans–inspired menu (Guy Fieri even did an episode of his show in this kitchen a while back). 7 pm, no cover.

Friday and Saturday, March 29–30 – An hour southwest of St. Louis is Wildwood Spring Lodge. Located in Steelville, it’s been a beloved family resort for generations. They host a concert series of pretty special acts, and few are as special as local heroes Head East. You’ll want to go early for dinner, but the concert starts around 8 pm. $130–$510.

Saturday, March 30 – With this restaurant, it’s in the name: BB’s Jazz, Blues and Soups. In addition to a great menu of Cajun-influenced delights, they have music seven nights a week starting at 7 pm or 8 pm during the week, and as early as 4 pm on the weekend. Tonight local piano great Ethan Leinwand and his friends start playing at 7 pm. $10.

What the Locals Know: The Shaved Duck has live solo and duo acts four to five nights a week. The local talent plays on Sundays at 4 pm, Mondays at 5:30 pm, Tuesday through Thursday at 6:30 pm, and Saturdays at 1 pm. So enjoy award-winning BBQ and Southern specialties at this Tower Grove delight.

Music Note of Note: We don’t normally send the presumed music-lovers who read this blog to the Science Center, but until April 14th there’s a pretty special exhibit—Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked the World. It covers the history and impact of the six-string and features plenty of options to do some strumming yourself.

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.



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