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736 S. Broadway, St. Louis, MISSOURI, 314-621-8811
Broadway Oyster Bar
THE MUSIC

•SEPTEMBER →OCTOBER
 WEDNESDAY     SEPTEMBER 28th 
Urban Chestnut Presents Voodoo Talking Heads 9:30P-1:30A / $7Broadway Oyster Bar
Broadway Oyster Bar
Sean Canan's Voodoo Players
St. Louis guitarist Sean Canan hosts a Wednesday night residency at the Broadway Oyster Bar.
The Voodoo Players perform a different theme or artist every week. The band is known for reinterpretting classic material in addition to note-for-note renditions of iconic songs.

Broadway Oyster Bar
 FRIDAY     SEPTEMBER 30th 
Red Elvises 10:00P-2:00A / $10Broadway Oyster Bar
Broadway Oyster Bar
Siberian Surf Rock
Red Elvises started as a Russian group, playing what they dubbed "Siberian Surf Rock". Since then the band has included musicians from all over the world including United States, Israel, Kazakhstan, Puerto Rico and Bulgaria - to name just a few. Everyone who performs with them for any length of time brings something different both energetically and musically. At various times shows have included keyboards, accordions, sax, clarinet, trumpet, flute, banjo, mandolin, tuba, ukulele and more. Old and new fans alike can expect to be surprised at shows again and again, however the roots of Red Elvises remain the same: Igor's unique brand of humor combined with guitar based rock'n'roll that makes audiences want to sing, dance, scream and shout.
German born Igor Yuzov grew up in the former Soviet Union, where folk music was the norm and rock'n'roll was illegal. A rebellious streak led him to seek out the forbidden records, which could be secretely traded in some places for those who knew where to look. As soon as it became possible, Igor left Russia for America with his folk band Limpopo. The "Crazy Russian Folk'n'Roll" group were personally greeted by Ronald Reagan and proceeded to win Ed McMahon's Star Search.
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