Live Music in St. Louis – Hear This Week: November 11-16

Monday November 11, 2019

You hear a lot about other towns (looking at you, Chicago, Nashville, Austin) who boast about a lot of music – none of them can touch St. Louis, or even these Bands of Notes:

Live Music in St. Louis

Monday, November 11 – Over at Pop’s Blue Moon it’s another edition of “Keep It Grassy Mondays” where local musicians and friends play great bluegrass music. If you have your fiddle or mandolin, they will probably let you sit in. 8 pm, no cover.

Wednesday, November 13 – One of our top three singer-songstresses, Anita Rosamond, brings her brilliant interpretations of jazz/blues/R&B tunes to the Parkside Grille out in Wildwood. 6 pm, no cover.

Thursday, November 14 – At the Stifel (previously the Peabody) beloved American rock band Incubus celebrates the 20th anniversary of their platinum-selling album Make Yourself. This band is only doing 39 of these shows so catch it here. 8 pm, $36–$127.

Friday, November 15 – The Hard Bop Messengers play the Last Hotel on Washington Ave. 6:30 pm, no cover.

Saturday, November 16 – St. Pat’s seems like it is far away because … well it is. But at the Pat Connolly Tavern there’s a “Can’t Wait for St. Pat’s!” celebration so come spend the afternoon with the Clan Shenanigans plus special guests. 1 pm, no cover.

What the Locals Know:  Long time local musician singer/songwriter Gary Schoenberger has been creating great music for decades. He and his wife did the local music-loving community a favor when they bought the Webster Groves Garden Café, making it a live music mecca. Gary is his taking his own stage Friday, November 15, from 7 to 9 pm to play a few covers, but mostly from his own marvelous song catalog.

Music Note of Note: The Focal Point began as a coffee house in 1975. It was founded by Bill and Janet Boyer, who at the time owned the popular local music store Music Folk. Both musicians and fans of traditional American folk music, they were dedicated to supporting local and national artists of the genre. In 2000, they moved to a 1920s vintage building in Maplewood, and today it’s one of St. Louis’s finest listening rooms.

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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