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Starring the legendary Marilyn Maye, Tony winner Faith Prince, New York Cabaret stars Jeff Harnar and Jim Caruso, and LA’s dynamic Peisha McPhee. Hosted by Broadway star and ”Lady of 1000 Voices” Christine Pedi!
All proceeds support the performances and training programs of The Cabaret Project of St. Louis. Cocktails and heavy appetizers provided.
Thursday July 18, 2019
6:30pm Cocktails & Hors d'oeuvres 7:30pm Performance
$175 Per Person, includes Performance, Cocktails, Heavy Appetizers and Valet Parking
Table assignments are made after purchase. Jazz St. Louis’ floor plan is made up mostly of tables of 4. If your party of 4 or less, we will place you at the same table. If you party of 4 or more, you will be placed at tables next to each other. Contact Tim Schall at 314-359-0786 with questions.
Long before George Benson became a household name with hits like “Give Me the Night” and “Turn Your Love Around” he was admired as one of the premier guitarists in jazz. This salute to Benson’s iconic career reaches back to include everything from the classic grooves he laid down with his early organ-based quartet that featured Dr. Lonnie Smith to his breakthrough album Breezin’ and onward to the contemporary sounds that garnered him Grammy Awards in not just jazz but R&B and pop as well. Montez Coleman (drums) leads an all-star group of St. Louis’s finest including Eric Slaughter & Matt Sewell (guitars), Adaron “Pops” Jackson (keyboards), and Bob DeBoo (bass).
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This explosive four-piece outfit—led by John King on bass, with James Jackson on drums, Shaun Robinson on guitar, and Adaron “Pops” Jacksonon keys—draws upon jazz, funk, fusion, gospel, and R&B repertoires to deliver a powerful and unapologetic sound that excites and thrills audiences. When this band hits the stage, there are no boundaries. The only guarantee is a night of world-class music that is Good 4 the Soul.
style: soul jazz
Ticket prices subject to change without notice.
Brothers Lazaroff will release their eighth full-length album "Sisters And Brothers" with a weekend of performances at the illustrious Jazz STL/Jazz at the Bistro August 2nd and 3rd. Their first release in two and half years, Brothers Lazaroff teamed up with frequent collaborators and bandmates Sam Golden and Andrew Warsheur (DJ Boogieman) in producing this new collection. This will the fourth year Brothers Lazaroff has taken to the Jazz STL stage, reinterpreting parts of their original Americana and Roots catalog, as well as pulling from their more jazz-centric material. "Sisters And Brothers" is heavily influenced by these performances at Jazz STL, as what began as an experiment dubbed "Laz Jazz" has lead the band towards a more dynamic, Jazz-inspired sound in all of their performances. With the rhythm section of Grover Stewart on drums and Teddy Brookins on bass for the past thirteen years, Sam Golden on keys and Mark Hochberg on violin, Brothers Lazaroff looked to their extended musical family to flush out this new set of ten songs; Chris Hansen on percussion, Adam Hucke on trumpet, and Ben Reece on sax and flute, as well as Anita Jackson on background vocals.
It's impossible not to have a good time when you're in the presence of the Funky Butt Brass Band. This musical juggernaut brings funk, soul, rhythm & blues, rock, pop, jazz, and anything else they might find under the kitchen sink together to give audiences a truly memorable experience each time they step on stage. Inspired by the brass band tradition of New Orleans, Funky Butt puts their own St. Louis stamp on everything they do...and we wouldn't have them do it any other way!
“How did St. Louis exist so long without a true, bonafide New Orleans-style brass band? Since Funky Butt Brass Band came on the scene, it’s been impossible to miss the six-headed beast. At parades, at barbecues, at community radio festivals and especially at a certain oyster bar on Broadway, Funky Butt is a steady-gigging presence that references its Crescent City inspiration, but infuses plenty of 314-specific funkiness as well. Credit the oft-theatrical vocalizations of members Tim Halpin, Adam Hucke and Aaron Chandler for the band’s never-the-same-set-twice bravado, but recognize that “brass” is in the band name for a reason: These cats can blow.”
– The Riverfront Times
Come celebrate Ignite Theatre Company's 4th Birthday with a swingin’ New Orleans jazz party!
The band starts playing Saturday, September 21st, 2019.
At 6pm cocktails will start flowing and at 7pm we light the fuse on this annual Fund and FUN raiser!
Enjoy a sit down dinner in an intimate jazz club setting with electric performers from Ignite Elite Performance Team, cast members from Peter Pan, and surprise guests!
For those cool cats wanting the true king experience, VIP tickets get you an open bar (sure to keep the night burnin’) additional auction bidding time and front row seats. $150
General admission gets you to into the hottest party in town with a cash bar and plenty close to the action. $80
Grab a table and bring your friends!
Balcony seats for performance only are just $25 with access to the cash bar.
Don’t worry about your ride, valet parking is included in the ticket price.
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