Live Music in St. Louis – Hear This Week: March 9 – 15

Monday March 9, 2020

It’s not just about the amount of live music in this town; it’s the diversity. You can find it all here, especially with these Bands of Note:

Live Music in St. Louis

Tuesday, March 10 – Over at the Pageant, the Revivalists headline a show that also includes Tank and the Bangas. This New Orleans–based septet is out celebrating their 10th anniversary. Guided by dynamic percussion and punchy horns, the music features contagious rhythms that have resonated with fans across all different genres. 8 pm, $40–$100.

Wednesday, March 11 – Heavy metal band the Origin takes the stage at the Red Flag. Beneath the Massacre and Defeated Sanity share the bill with them. 5:30 pm, $20.

Thursday, March 12 – You can once again find the Adam Maness Trio at the always delightful Thurman’s in Shaw tonight. These guys play jazz that is always accessible and fun. If you’ve never been, treat yourself. 8 pm, no cover.

Saturday, March 14 – St. Patrick’s Day is on a Tuesday this year, so some local Irish pubs are getting the party started today. Down at the Llywelyn’s in Soulard, the family trio the Clan Shenanigans kick off a day of music starting at 11 am. No cover.

Sunday, March 15 – An up-and-coming artist, Anna Burch, comes to the Duck Room at Blueberry Hill. She’s out on her own after playing with a few other bands and has been touring since she was 18. Her songs of emotional struggle have been compared to Fiona Apple. 8 pm, $12.

What the Locals Know: For the immediate future, Miss Jubilee and her band of low-down blues/hot jazz players take up a residency at Schlafly Bottleworks every Wednesday. 7 pm, no cover.

Music Note of Note: Did you know Pollstar, the concert trade magazine, considers our own Pageant to be one of the top 200 club venues in the country? As in … number four? Numbers one and three are in Washington, DC, and number two is in Boston. Artists have always loved to play at the Pageant – now more than ever as they updated their sound system in the last two years.

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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