Live Music in St. Louis – Hear This Week: September 23 – 29

Monday September 23, 2019

Fall means pleasant afternoons at the wineries, and more groups playing on patios (and Busch Stadium’s Ballpark Village) … here are just a few Bands of Note:

Live Music in St. Louis

Monday, September 23 – The Blueberry Hill Duck Room hosts rising star Ashe, who surely will play a bigger venue next time she comes through town, so catch her here. This California native has been offers up a balance of modern-day pop tunes matched with vocals that recall a distant, vintage time. Charlie Burg, Gavin Haley open. Doors open at 7 pm, $18.

Wednesday, September 25  – From Canada, Belle Plaine & Blake Berglund roll in with their “Denim Wedding” tour. They have Less Gruff & the Billy Goat opening and it all adds up to a night of country/alt country at the Heavy Anchor. 8:00 pm, $10.

Friday, September 27 – Talk about a worthy cause: Martinis at the Mansion is hosting a fundraiser for the restoration of Tower Park tonight. It’ll be outside in the beautiful stately park. The great gypsy jazz group Dizzy Atmosphere performs. 6 pm, $125.

Saturday, September 28 – Busch Stadium’s Ballpark Village features music of the country flavor, and tonight catch one of country’s next superstars live: Matt Rogers. 7 pm, free.

Sunday, September 29 – Out west at the Montelle Winery, the Encore Trio entertains with their blend of popular hits over the decades. 1 pm, no cover.

What the Locals Know – There’s live music every Sunday at the beautiful Villa Antonio Winery just south of South County in Hillsboro from 1 to 4 p, and this Sunday it’s Matt and Brooke. This duo is also a couple, and they play everything from Johnny Cash to The Bee Gees. No cover.

Music Note of Note: Speaking of Busch Stadium … in addition to being a Hall of Fame baseball legend, Stan Musial (1920–2013) was a pretty good harmonica player, too. He even performed on the TV show Hee Haw and sold his own Musical-labeled harmonicas and instruction book.

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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