Via poet, mixologist and man-about-town Brett Underwood, StLJN has learned that musician Cooper-Moore, who plays original jazz- and blues-influenced music on both conventional and self-built instruments, is coming to St. Louis on Saturday, October 25 to perform at Joe's Cafe.
Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 on the day of show, and can be purchased at Subterranean Books and Marbles Yoga Studio; by emailing Josh Weinstein at email@example.com; or calling 314-664-6998. The concert begins at 8:00 p.m. at Joe's Cafe, which also is the studio of artist Bill Christman and is located at 6014 Kingsbury (just west of Des Peres) in St. Louis.
You can read more about Cooper-Moore here, here and here, and Weinstein also will be playing some of Moore's recordings on upcoming editions of his radio show "All Soul, No Borders," which airs at 10:30 p.m. Sundays on KDHX (FM 88.1). UPDATE - 9/23/08: Weinstein emailed to say that Cooper-Moore also will perform live in the KDHX studio on the Sunday, October 26 edition of "All Soul, No Borders."
(Edited 9/23/08 to correct the date and add info on where tickets can be purchased.)
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