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Music Monday

Here is a quick guide to live music in Columbia this week:

Tuesday

  • Rosario Andino at Missouri Theatre 7 PM, $12-19: Often described as that rare package of a “pianist’s pianist” who’s also a crowd pleaser. Her expertise is undisputed, her repertoire formidable.
  • DRI, Painted in Blood at The Blue Note 8 PM, $15: hardcore punk/thrash metal, hard rock
  • Rose’s Pawn Shop, The Havana Honeys at Mojo’s 8:30 PM, $8: Appalachian/Americana, modern folk

Wednesday

  • “We Always Swing” Jazz Series presents Snarky Puppy at The Blue Note 8 PM, $20-35: Self-described as “A collective of musicians in Dallas and New York City playing an infectious mixture of jazz, funk, and world music,” Snarky Puppy wants to make “music to move the brain and booty.”

Thursday

Friday

  • Elizabeth Lyons at Whiskey Wild Saloon 8 PM: country/pop
  • St. Lucia, Rose Quartz, The Electric Sons at The Blue Note 9 PM, $5: pop, sultry synth, indie/electric pop
  • Pepperland at Mojo’s 9:30 PM, $6-8: “Pepperland’s purpose is to be your good gurus guide through the surreal songbook of John, Paul, George and Ringo. By performing Beatles and solo years with an off beat, updated twist, Pepperland looks to tune in and turn on the post sixties generations who didn’t hear the initial gong, but still feel the vibration.”

Saturday

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Music Monday

Here’s a quick guide to live music in CoMo this week:

Monday:

  • If eating good food with piano music in the background is your thing, stop by Murry’s for dinner where Tom Andes will be playing 7-10 PM Monday and Wednesday

Tuesday:

  • OMG Music Fest at The Blue Note will include multiple young pop artists and is sure to be a fun time; 7:30 PM $25-75
  • Moonshine Sorrow who classify themselves as “country-hell-billy Iowa folk rock” will be at Mojo’s, 9:30 PM $5

Wednesday 

  • Are you a fan of electronic, techno, or disco? Check out Bernard Jones and Kevin McGee at Mojo’s, 10 PM $5

Thursday

  • Artie’s Univibe will provide rock hits from the late 60’s and early 70’s to go with your Creole cuisine at Jazz, A Louisiana Kitchen, starting at 6:30 PM Thursday
  • If punk and rock is your style, see Get Busy Living and The Stonethrowers at The Bridge, 8 PM $5
  • For live outdoor music, check out the Unsigned Artists Showcase at the Stephens Lake Amphitheater, 7 PM

Friday

Saturday

  • If you’re a fan of Neil Diamond, you have to see The Black Diamond: A Neil Diamond Tribute at The Blue Note, 8:30 PM $12-30. Both he and The Norm Ruebling Band are native Columbians!
  • For lots of energy and funk, see Soul Glo, The Spread, and Richard Parker at Mojo’s, 9:30 PM $5
  • “Soultry and Western,” see The Late Night Benedictions with Brad Cunningham and Phylshawn Johnson at The Bridge, 8 PM

Sunday

  • Live music at the river! The Fairley Brothers at 2 PM and Rocket Kirchner at 6 PM, Cooper’s Landing
  • “Not for the faint of heart:” Mobile Deathcamp, Perceiving the Design, Non-Serviam, Legend at Roxy’s, 7 PM $5

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