Sunday, July 29, 2018

Moon Hooch returning to perform
Sunday, September 30 at Old Rock House

Former buskers turned international touring attraction Moon Hooch are coming back to St. Louis to perform at 9:00 p.m. Friday, October 13 at the Old Rock House.

The saxophones-and-drums trio, who started playing for tips in the NYC subway, has enjoyed a major rise in their fortunes since they released their first album in 2013, playing major festivals and showcase venues all over the world and rapidly putting out new recordings.

Moon Hooch (pictured) last performed in St. Louis in October 2017, also at the Old Rock House, when they were touring in support of the three-CD/DVD package Live At The Cathedral issued in June of last year. Since then, they've put out an EP called Light It Up, and recently announced plans to release three songs from that EP on 7-inch, colored vinyl, with a new remix and live music video for each.

Tickets for Moon Hooch at the Old Rock House are $15 in advance, $17 day of show, and are on sale now via the ORH box office and all Metrotix outlets.

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