Jazz music has a history of drummers who have made their mark at a young age. In the 1960s, the late Tony Williams was barely old enough to qualify for a driver's license when he was hired to join Miles Davis' famous quintet. More recently, saxophonist Branford Marsalis tapped Justin Faulkner to joi ... More >>
Ravi ColtraneIt's shaping up to be a year of changes for saxophonist Ravi Coltrane. For starters, Coltrane, who opened yesterday and performs through Saturday at Jazz at the Bistro (3536 Washington Avenue, 314-534-3663), has put his long-running quartet, featuring pianist Luis Perdomo, bassis ... More >>
(New albums are typically released on Tuesdays, i.e., today. What can you spend your hard-earned pennies on this week? Find out below.) The Constellations' Southern Gothic*Chemical Brothers, Further The Brothers' seventh album is an elaborate audio/visual project, with "interactive" videos a ... More >>
Friday, August 6; Gateway Arch Stage on the St. Louis Riverfront
Kathryn Blume tries to change the world
Week of February 11, 2004
I Can't Stop (Blue Note)
Friday, Oct. 19; Pageant
Wednesday, July 25; Sheldon Concert Hall.
Saturday, May 26; Casino Queen, East St. Louis riverfront.
Wednesday-Saturday, March 1-4; Backstage Bistro
Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 12 and 13; Backstage Bistro
Jazz musicians Dave Stone and Eric Markowitz are cookin' at their weekly Cafe Mangia gigs