The St. Louis Jazz Club has set its concert schedule for fall 2008, beginning (as described in the previous post) with this Sunday's annual picnic at Concord Farmer's Hall. The Club's season continues on Sunday, September 21 with a performance by the St. Louis-based jazz and swing band Cornet Chop Suey (pictured) at Bel-Air Bowl, 200 South Belt West in Belleville.
Then on Sunday, October 12, the SLJC will present the traditional jazz sounds of Peoria, Illinois' Dixie Daredevils at the Moolah Shrine Center, 12545 Fee Fee Rd. in Maryland Heights, followed on Sunday, November 16 by Connecticut-based Ivory and Gold, featuring pianist Jeff Barnhart and flutist Anne Barnhart, also at the Moolah. The fall season wraps up with a show on Sunday, December 7 by the St. Louis Rivermen at the Moolah Shrine Center.
Doors open for all concerts at 1:15, with music from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.. Admission to each concert is $10 for St. Louis Jazz Club members, $15 for non-members, and students get in free.
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