The 18th annual Baby Blues Showcase features some of St. Louis’ most talented young artists at BB’s Jazz, Blues & Soups Thanksgiving weekend.
Tickets: $15 or $10 with 5 cans of food
Blues Off Grand at the Grandel Theatre in St.Louis
Sat Nov 09 2019 at 07:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Little Dylan Blues Band - 7:45-8:30
MARCIA GRIFFITHS LIVE-ST.LOUIS Date And Time: Fri, Nov 15, 2019, 9:00 PM – Sat, Nov 16, 2019, 1:30 AM
In 1983, she released her re-recording of the Bunny Wailer song "Electric Boogie", originally recorded and released by Wailer in 1976.
About This Event:
Born in West Kingston, Jamaica, Griffiths started her career in 1964, performing on stage with Byron Lee and the Dragonaires at the behest of Phillip James of The Blues Busters, who had heard her singing in her home neighbourhood.Her performance was sufficiently impressive that the following day Ronnie Nasralla and Clement Dodd both offered her recording contracts.She chose to record for Dodd's Studio One label, where she recorded a series of duets with male singers such as Tony Gregory ("You're Mine"), Bob Marley ("Oh My Darling"), Jeff Dixon ("Words"), and Bob Andy ("Always Together"), with whom she would have a relationship lasting several years.In 1968 she had her first success as a solo artist, with "Feel Like Jumping", which like her other early Studio One solo hits (including "Truly" and "Melody Life"), were written by Andy.
Janice Fyffe, better known as Lady G, is a female dancehall and reggae deejay. She is best known for her song "Man a Bad Man" from the film Third World Cop. Lady G's other songs include "Nuff Respect", "Round Table Talk", "Certain Friends", "Breeze Off" and "Girls Like Us" as a featured artist
Hit Mi With Music - Reggae Concert in st.Louis
Sat, Nov 9, 2019, 9:00 PM – Sun, Nov 10, 2019, 1:30 AM
Midwest Reggae brings you another one for the books, Grab you Redstripe or Rum Punch and enjoy the sounds of Reggae Music.
Mega Banton (born Garth Williams, 1974) is a Jamaican dancehall deejay who came to prominence in the early 1990s. Inspired by the likes Buju Banton, and with a similar gruff style of delivery, he achieved international success in the early 1990s with singles such as "First Position", "Decision", "No Ninja, No Buju", and "Sound Boy Killing", working with the Black Scorpio team.Navardo Graham (born 24 September 1982, St Mary, Jamaica), better known as Tydal Kamau, is a Jamaican reggae artist. His musical influences derived greatly from reggae icons, Buju Banton, Sizzla Kalonji, reggae legends Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.
Church Of God In Christ( COGIC) International Music Department presents
"10/70 CELEBRATION LATE NIGHT MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA"
featuring Grammy, Stellar and Dove Award winning artist
Thursday, November 7, 2019
America's Center Convention Complex
Halls 4 and 5
701 Convention Plaza
St. Louis, Missouri 63101
General Registration - $25.00
Preferred Seating Registration - $40.00
For more information, including registration purchase and full performing artist roster, connect with us on Facebook or visit www.cogic.org/imd.