Uncle Bo's Upcoming Events

Upcoming | Archive: 2014 2013 2012
  • Fri
    22
    Aug
    2014

    Eddie Turner

    7:30pm

    Uncle Bo's Live Bar

    "Otherworldly", "scorching", "polyrhythmic" and "chilling" have all been used to describe Eddie Turner's guitar playing. His ethereal style is an amalgam of the Afro-Cuban rhythms of his heritage and the music that influenced him as a teenager: Chicago blues, jazz, r&b and psychedelic rock. The Cuban-born singer/guitarist cut his teeth in several rock bands contributing what Slate magazine describes as "spacey-yet-resounding solos." 

     

    $10 Cover Charge

  • Sat
    23
    Aug
    2014

    Jeremiah Johnson

    7:30pm

    Uncle Bo's Live Bar

    After spending 10 years in Houston TX and becoming the 1st place finalist of the 2004, 2005, and 2006 Houston TX Regional Blues Challenges (sponsored by The Houston Blues Society), Jeremiah Johnsonmoved back to his home in St Louis in the beginning of 2009. He had a guitar, a fist full of original songs and a ton of ambition. 
    You can almost taste the Texas in his guitar style. Johnson has put together some of St Louis' best talents in this world class band. Jeremiah Johnson is the new face of Mississippi River blues.
     
    $10 Cover Charge
  • Fri
    29
    Aug
    2014

    Plaitinum Express (TWHS Class of '69 reunion weekend)

    7:30pm

    Uncle Bo's Live Bar

    *Cover Charge $10 
     The Platinum Express Band features four out front vocalists, the five piece Full Steam Horns, and the Wrong Side of the Tracks Rhythm Section, knocking out the finest Rhythm and Blues, Hot-Buttered Soul, Motown, and Sophisticated Funk in the straight-ahead, vibrant "Kansas City Tradition."

     

  • Sat
    30
    Aug
    2014

    The Cate Brothers

    7:30pm

    Uncle Bo's Live Bar

     

    Arkansas-based Earl and Ernie Cate were prolific songwriters and singers who blended the blues with elements of rock & roll, country and rockabilly. Pianist/vocalistErnie and guitarist/vocalist Earl signed to Asylum Records in 1975; their self-titled debut, issued shortly after, included appearances by Donald "Duck" DunnSteve Cropper, former Band drummer Levon Helm, and former Eagle and Poco member Timothy B. Schmidt. They followed up their debut in 1976 with In One Eye and Out the Other, trailed in 1977 by The Cate Brothers Band. Spurred by the success of the single "Union Man," 1979's Fire on the Tracks reached number 24on the album rock charts in 1976.

  • Fri
    19
    Sep
    2014

    Josh Garrett

    7:30 p.m.

    Details Coming Soon...

  • Wed
    24
    Sep
    2014

    24th Street Wailers

    7:30 p.m.

    Details Coming Soon...