* Speaking of Euclid Records, as soon as the doors closed on RSD 2013, employees there began packing for the store's move to a new location about a mile west at 19 N. Gore in Webster Groves, where they're scheduled to reopen on May 1. You can see a photo album documenting the move here, and a video of the store's new sign going up here.
* The fourth part of Dennis Owsley's audio documentary about the history of St. Louis jazz is set to air on KWMU's Jazz Unlimited at 9:00 p.m. this Sunday. This installment covers the 1950s, and you can get a preview and see photos and other supplemental content here.
* Singer Bobby McFerrin was in town last night to perform at the Sheldon Concert Hall's annual benefit gala, and the Post-Dispatch's Kevin Johnson has a review of the show here. While he was here, McFerrin also was interviewed on KWMU. You can see a photo album of the Sheldon's preparations for the big fund-raiser here.
* Drummer and former St. Louisan Kim Thompson (pictured) has released a new album entitled Red Glory, now available for listening and downloading via her Bandcamp page. It's essentially a hip-hop and R&B release showcasing Thompson's production and writing, though the lone instrumental "Cairo Brazil" does provide a dash of South American-flavored funk. For more of Thompson, check out this video of her recent visit to LP Percussion, in which she tries out a new hybrid drum set/percussion rig.