Come join The Monocle for some of the most raw and original music that St. Louis has to offer. The Cree Rider Family Band will be kicking off the night with some boot stompin' back-to-the-roots sounds that can only be described as soul soothing. Cherokee Moon takes the stage right after, led by Nashville native, Hal Pascale and her out-of-the-box modal jams that itch the ear just right with sax, fiddle, piano, and jazz guitar. Last but not least, rising star Tonina will be closing out the night as The River Front Time's recently acclaimed "Rising Star that Will not be Pidgeon Holed." This is not a St. Louis night that any music-lover will want to miss.
Doors open at 8pm. Show at 9pm. $10