LouFest Music Festival 2017 was extremely successful and an amazing display of what St. Louis is all about. We’ve narrowed down our Top 5 highlights from the festival.
Photo Gallery: Phuzz, The Fade, & Orphan Welles. August 03, 2017 at The Firebird.
We headed 3 hours away to Three Sisters Park in Illinois to attend Summer Camp Music Festival, a favorite for many STL locals. The three day festival provided food, music, and art for all to enjoy on a lovely Memorial Day Weekend.
First Bloom is an annual celebration of women’s history month held at the Kranzberg Arts Center.
Oregon based Not A Part Of It headlined a night of Punk at San Loo featuring local acts Tracing Wires and Suburban Commandos.
Lightrider played their second show ever at Cicero’s headlining for pop singing Casper Webb and Odd Sould & the Sound.
Local talent rallied together to raise money for Nick Hogan and his medical expenses from defeating cancer.
Conscious Keys presents Jazz Side of the Moon with The People’s Key. A psychedelicS interpretation of the Pink Floyd classic album.
These are the top 10 music releases of January 2017 hand selected by the crew here at Sound of STL. You can follow our new music playlist for January 2017 on Spotify. Album: Bonobo – Migration Genre: Electronica/Acid Jazz Release Date: January 13, 2017 Migration is Bonobo’s sixth album, expanding his library of ambient electronica….
Hip Hop fusion group Illphonics played a session at Gaslight for the SofarSTL x TeamBackPack recording session and happy hour.
Local reggea/funk band Pebble took the stage at Cicero’s down on Delmar opening for Grateful Dead tribute band Jake’s Leg.