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

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Music Monday

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

Monday

  • University of Missouri Wind Ensemble 7:30 PM at Missouri Theatre, $5: “The University Wind Ensemble incorporates the finest woodwind, brass and percussion performers on campus. This select ensemble offers one-per-part playing in a flexible setting and performs the highest quality wind band literature.”

Tuesday

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Sunday

  • “We Always Swing” Jazz Series presents Eric Alexander, Harold Mabern Quartet 3:30 and 7 PM at Murry’s, $20-42: “What a cracker-jack way to celebrate Chicago’s rich jazz history! This quartet, though New York-based, knows a thing or two about the Windy City’s sound.”

 

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

Monday

Tuesday

  • Dopapod, Tauk 9 PM at Mojo’s, $10: progressive rock and dance, heavy instrumental rock fusion

Wednesday

Thursday

  • Philharmonia Quartett Berlin 7 PM at Missouri Theatre, $12-19: “Hailed as “four of the best” by the British press after their debut at Wingmore Hall in London, the Philharmonia Quartett Berlin has established itself among the world’s premiere string quartets, thrilling audiences throughout the world. They bring their amazing talent to the Missouri Theatre stage for one of only a handful of United States performances this year.”
  • Ninth Street Summerfest with Kip Moore, Charlie Worsham, Sam Hunt 7 PM outside The Blue Note, $25: country
  • Zane Williams, Murphy’s Ford 10:30 PM at Mojo’s, free: country

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

  • Willie Nelson and Friends 7 PM at Missouri Theatre, sold out: “With a six-decade career and more than 200 albums, this iconic Texan is the creative genius behind the historic recordings of Crazy, Red Headed Stranger and Stardust.”
  • Aaron Carter 8 PM at The Blue Note, $15: pop

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Music Monday

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

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

  • “We Always Swing” Jazz Series presents Conrad Herwig’s Latin All-Stars with Joe Lovano and Chucho Valdes 7 PM at Missouri Theatre, $18-45: “Imaginative projects like [Conrad Herwig’s Latin Side efforts] give double pleasure: We can enjoy the fresh approach while appreciating the elasticity of the original material.”
  • Ben Rector, Jon McLaughlin 8 PM at The Blue Note, $20: pop, pop rock
  • Henhouse Prowlers 9 PM at Mojo’s, $8: bluegrass

Friday

Saturday

  • The Blackwood Brothers Quartet 7 PM at Calvary Baptist Church: gospel quartet
  • of Montreal, Pillar Point 9:30 PM at The Blue Note, $18: “thin/primitive,” indie
  • Good Vibes 3 with DJ Merf, Shea, Jesse James, Landalin, TK, Bentley, Lindsey Alderman, Evi, Apollo 10 PM at Mojo’s, $5: “The perfect night to let all your problems fade away, grab your homegirls and your homeboys & come out to GOOD VIBES 3. We have a Dope lineup this year and what better way to relax than with Como’s finest.”

Sunday

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Music Monday

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

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Don’t forget – Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival is this weekend! We will have a blog post up soon about who will be performing!

 

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Music Monday

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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

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

Monday

  • Clairy Browne and the Bangin’ Rackettes with Soul Glo, 8 PM at The Blue Note; $15 – “The Clairy Browne experience is like a vivid flashback to the sixties, one that transports you straight onto the set of Shindig but with a darker undercurrent, with shades of David Lynch or Federico Fellini piercing through.”

Tuesday

  • The Mowgli’s, Tidal Volume, 8 PM at The Blue Note; $15 – “Inspired by the magnetism of San Francisco, the grind of Los Angeles and the serenity of the Big Sur Coast, (The Mowgli’s) songs are a joyous revival of rock n’ roll, a twisting indie-folk dance and a heartfelt protest ballad.”
  • Full Moon Extravaganza, 8 PM at The Bridge; $5 – featured artists include Go Hard Or Sit Tight, Abe Froman, Mr. Wilsawn, and Jacob Jork (dubstep, hip-hop, and bass music)

Wednesday

  • Dough for Mo benefit with The Late Night Benedictions and Rae Fitzgerald, 6 PM at The Blue Note – A silent auction and raffle drawing for Mo Louis, battling Stage 4 throat cancer.
  • Lydia Loveless, Preston Turley Band, 9:30 PM at Mojo’s; $8-10 – what Rolling Stone has to say about Lydia Loveless: “Sounds Like: Loretta Lynn and Patti Smith slamming shots at a Midwestern dive bar while cowboys and punks brawl out back”

Thursday

  • Enemy Airship, The Kickstand Band, Please Feed the Animals, 8 PM at The Bridge – self described as “clownstep,” “FUN,” and “blues alternative rock amazingness” respectively
  • Randy Rogers Band, Courtney Cole, 8:30 PM at The Blue Note; $16 – country music
  • Hillbilly Casino, Calamity Cubes, James Hunnicutt, 9:30 PM at Mojo’s; $6 – Hillbilly Casino is a blend of honkytonk, rockabilly, psychobilly, and rock ‘n roll” while Calamity Cubes describes themselves as “thrashicana”

Friday

  • The Matchsellers, Sunshine Mamas, Grandma’s Soup, 8 PM at The Bridge; $5 – folk and bluegrass
  • Nikki Hill, Jessey Johnsen and Caiman Soul, 8 PM at Mojo’s; $10 – “Hill and her band (who Nikki deems ‘The Pirate Crew) are climbing to the top of the roots music scene step by step and leaving jaws on the floor along the way.”

Saturday

  • Pipes and Keys Family Concert, 5 PM at First Presbyterian Church – “For this set we have chosen light pieces the whole family will enjoy–so pack up the kids and join us for a relaxing and fun evening of music! It will be the perfect place to wind down after a scorching afternoon at Faurot Field. Looking forward to seeing you there!”
  • Taj Weekes and Adowa, The Austin Kolb Band, 8 PM at The Bridge – reggae/afro folk and reggae pop
  • The Schwag, 9 PM at The Blue Note; $10 – “The Schwag is a band dedicated to carrying on the music and the vibe of the legendary Grateful Dead.”

Sunday

  • Blues Jam, 1-5:30 PM at Jake’s Bar and Grill
  • Kidz Bop Kids: Dream Big, Sing Loud!, 6:30 PM at Missouri Theatre; $25-45 – “KIDZ BOP records kid-friendly versions of today’s biggest pop music hits sung by kids, for kids. Over the past 12 years, KIDZ BOP has created the #1 music brand for kids, selling more than 14,000,000 albums. Since 2001, families have welcomed KIDZ BOP into their homes and cars, making KIDZ BOP a fun and safe part of their daily lives. KIDZ BOP is proud to be a part of kids’ music “firsts.” For millions of kids each year, KIDZ BOP is their first introduction to pop music, and for tens of thousands of kids, the KIDZ BOP Kids Live Tour is their first concert experience.”
  • Rachel Kate, Whiskey Dick, 7 PM at Mojo’s; $7 – Rachel Kate is “sweet feisty soul folk” while WhiskeyDick is a “two piece acoustic rebel-neck country machine from Fort Worth, Texas”

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Music Monday

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

Tuesday

  • Brohemian Impulse Jam, 8 PM at The Bridge, free: “We’ll have seven Open Mic slots open from 8 to 10:20, then we’ll close down the night with open jams. All artists are welcome to participate! Musicians can rotate in individually or as bands. It’ll be a laid-back, fun night to play with different people in town. Grab an instrument and stop in.”

Wednesday

  • Walt Wilkins, Molly Trull, 8:30 PM at Mojo’s, $8: country and folk rock

Thursday

  • Nellie Pearl, 8 PM at The Bridge: roots
  • Josh Abbott Band, Stoney LaRue, Murphy’s Ford, 8:30 PM at The Blue Note, $16: country and country rock
  • No Coast Battles, Farout, Tim “Heez On Fire” Hanson, 9 PM at Mojo’s, $5: hip hop and rap battle music

Friday

  • The Mojo Roots, 8 PM at Rocheport General Store: blues
  • The Bends, Monte Carlos, Casey Benefield and Trent Dickerson, 8 PM at The Bridge, $5: garage rock
  • Billy McDow, 9 PM at Midway Lounge, $3: country and southern rock
  • Johnny Henry, 9 PM at Nash Vegas: country
  • Pageantry, Devices for Survival, 9:30  PM at Mojo’s, $5: pop and post-rock instrumental

Saturday

  • The BoCoMo Ramble III, 6 PM at Mojo’s, free: featuring The Kay Brothers, The Missouri Monsters, Long Day Healey, John Galbraith & the Broken Promises, Dave & Dyno and the Roadkill Orchestra – stompgrass, Americana, and folk music
  • Crowd Surf America Tour: blessthefall, Capture The Crown, 6:30 PM at The Blue Note, $16: metalcore
  • Megan Boyer Band, 8 PM at Rocheport General Store: soul and R&B
  • Off to the Moon, Integrow, Downside Up, 8 PM at The Bridge, $5: rock, blues, and indie
  • Grindstone, 9 PM at Midway Lounge, $3: rock
  • Johnny Henry Band, 9 PM at Nash Vegas: country

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Music Monday

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Here’s a quick guide to this week’s live music in Columbia!

Tuesday

  • For lovers of 60’s pop rock and indie rock, The Real Hands and Red Blue One Two will be playing at Mojo’s at 9 PM, $5.

Wednesday

  • “Rock with a dash of funk and soul” describes Jelly Bread. See for yourself at The Bridge at 8 PM, $5.
  • If you like folk and bluegrass, check out Mountain Sprout and Dave and Dyno and the Roadkill Orchestra at Mojo’s at 9:30 PM, $10.

Thursday

  • Fans of folk rock and roots, you should see Dan Tedesco and Them Travelin’ Birds at The Bridge at 8 PM, $5.
  • Head to the Columbia Public Library for some Appalachian music from Steve and Ruth Smith, 7-8 PM. This event is free but only open to ages 13+.

Friday

  • For good ol’ folkgrass and country on the river, check out the Sunshine Mamas and Schuyler Prenger and the Dirtroad Junkies at Cooper’s Landing starting at 6 PM.
  • Acoustic performer, Lyal Strickland, will be at Unity of Columbia at 7 PM, $15.
  • Fan of crunch funk? Maybe just curious to know what “crunch funk” is? Check out Collegiate Shag Brass Band and Hazard to Ya Booty at The Blue Note 9:30 PM, $5.
  • If modern folk is more your style, head to The Bridge to see Sterling Witt, The Woodsmiths at 8 PM, $5.

Saturday

  • Jenny Teator and the Fevers (rock pop) and The Mojo Roots (“soul soaked blues”) will be at Mojo’s at 9:30 PM, $5.
  • To hear Americana and alternative rock, check out Mike Maimone, Beth Bombara, and Ruth Acuff at The Bridge 8 PM, $5.
  • For a good time and country music, Nash Vegas is the place to be. At 9 PM, Kevin Cook & Silver Bullet Band will perform.

Sunday

  • Indie rock and blues rock artists, Desert Noises and Don’t Mind Dying, will perform starting at 8 PM at Mojo’s, $8.
  • Check out psychedelic folk band Bliss Hippy at Cooper’s Landing, 6 PM.

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For at least a decade now, there’s new research every two or three years that comes to the same conclusion: experiences, not things, make us happy.

Based on that data, it’s pretty safe to say that travel makes us happy. Because really, what better way to pick up new experiences than through travel?

It’s important to note how vital travel and tourism is to our economy, but the impact it has on our connections, health and happiness is just as valuable to highlight.

How does travel actually accomplish that? Take a look:

Bye Bye Burnout

Relationships

Family BondingSo if you asked what the Travel Effect means to me, those facts are just a few things I’d have to say. But like it says above, travel is really about experiences. So take some time off, take it on the road and get back to your own Travel Effect. Because the experiences and the memories we gain with travel last a lifetime. 

This week, we’re celebrating the 31st annual National Travel and Tourism week. Find out more about the Travel Effect by following us on opens in a new windowFacebook, opens in a new windowTwitter and opens in a new windowInstagram. And tell us in the comments about what travel means to you!

 

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