The Wine Press will be closed this Friday evening. We will be open Saturday, November 1st 5-12. Join us for an evening of music, The Cary Coleman Jazz Quartet goes on at 8:00. Drink specials all night! For reservations email firstname.lastname@example.org
A versatile jazz vocalist and saxophonist, Cary Colman has a voice with an impressive range and warm quality suited to sultry ballads, bossa novas, her own originals and jazz standards. Add the exciting visceral energy of her sax improvisation and you’ll find yourself drawn into the genuine emotion of heartfelt performance.
Backed by pianist, Debora Summers, bassist, Joe Miller and drummer, Kaitlin McCandless, the Cary Colman Jazz Quartet delivers an evening of great music and good times that will keep you swingin’ and jumpin’ and coming back for more!
Tuesday nights are a blast with Pat at the Piano, and who knows who will join him in song, and perhaps on our 2nd piano! Lots of Piano Jazz and Classics; often our customers get up and sing a song or two! Many know Pat because he is a charter member of several musical groups, plays regularly at the Sheldon, the St. Louis Jazz Club, and many other venues. His piano artistry is legendary, and inspires and showcases his playful wit and humor. An evening with Pat leaves one smiling, relaxed, and hurrying to make sure his next performance is on the calendar. Come hear Pat Joyce at the Wine Press on Tuesday nights from 7:00 until 10:00 PM.
Straightforward and unassuming style, a sound that is stripped down to its core, and songs that come straight from within, Salt of the Earth formed early in the spring of 2003. The members are Lynne Reif on lead vocals, rhythm guitar, and occasional harmonica, Mike Schrand on bass, baritone guitar and vocals, Jake Brookman ..o and Jim Hieger on lead acoustic guitar, banjo, and vocals. Both Lynne and Mike have a history playing and singing in the St. Louis-based Roots-Rock band Belle Starr (1996-2002). Jake is a classically trained cellist who has played in groups ranging from symphony orchestras to punk bands, and Jim is a self-taught all-natural lead player with performance roots in the “jam band” circle. Salt of the Earth features Lynne’s songwriting, which aims to chew on life in a heartfelt way, and spans the genres of pop, folk and blues. The band puts down rhythmic instrumentals complemented by rich melody and harmony lines. Sit back and enjoy-