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Mo E's LNG

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Late Night Grooves is a weekly music series developed by pianist and composer Maurice Mo Egeston as a part of his inaugural class residency with Kranzberg Arts Foundation.   The night features musicians who are influenced by jazz but also embrace a groove based approach to composition and arranging.  Artists that blend styles such as nujazz, hiphop, soul, drum and bass, electronica, funk, Latin, house and more.


Weekly featured artists include vocalists and instrumentalists from the #STL soul, jazz and #groove scene with an emphasis on musicians from the Foundation's Music Artist in Residence program.

Saturdays 10P The Dark Room

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Mo E Collective showcases the instrumental side of the Late Night Grooves roster, featuring drummers, keyboard players and horn players from the STL jazz, soul & groove scene. 


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Brady Lewis is a trumpet player from East Saint Louis, IL. Inspired by the prestigious lineage of trumpet players from his hometown, he has been a student of jazz and classical music since the 7th grade. He was a member of various high school and college jazz combos and big bands as well as programs such as Jazz St. Louis’ JazzU All Stars. His natural appetite for musical knowledge led him to find work with groups performing styles as disparate as blues, hip-hop, Motown-era soul, indie rock, and even bluegrass. He melds all of these lessons into his own style as a jazz artist, leading the Brady Lewis trio and Brady Lewis Sextet on top of his work as an in-demand sideman, and still finds time to collaborate with independent artists such as PRYR and Looprat. Through the Music Artist-In-Residence program, he hopes to gain a better understanding of marketing to help him promote all of his various projects.