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Late Night Grooves- 2/17 Phonzeito!

Greetings,  Hope your 2018 is off to a great start!

I'm very excited to continue my residency with Kranzberg Arts Foundation which means Late Night Grooves will continue through 2018.  This series allows me to feature guest vocalists and instrumentalists in trio and quartet settings.  Every week we explore a range of jazz influenced music that leans heavily on the rhythms and styles of modern soul, Latin, house, nujazz, funk and more.  Which is perfect for me, since I roam in between the defined lines of genre and I enjoy featuring artists who do the same.
This weekend- 2/17 I welcome back my old friend and fellow keyboard player Alphonso "Phonzeito" Harried.  Al is a producer, DJ, photographer and music director and he rocks a mean vocoder as well!  
If that wasn't enough...we'll be joined by Jason "Dirty Lynt" Moore on drums.  Lynt is the anchor for STL favorites the Dirty Muggs so you know he's going to bring it. Rounding out the quartet will be my weekly partner in crime Eric "Snoopy" Tyler on bass.
10P 2 Sets. Never a cover courtesy of Kranzberg Arts Foundation.  Join us won't you?
Alphonso Phonzeito Harried- Keyboards and Vocoder  Jason Moore- Drums
Eric Snoopy Tyler- Bass  Mo Egeston- Keyboards & Vocoder
Up Next
2/24- Mo E All-Stars Full Band- this is the night where we play our originals and favorite reworks.  Featuring Grover Stewart, Duane Williams and Eric Snoopy Tyler
Coming Soon:
3/3- Mo E & Friends featuring Montez Coleman (Drums)
3/10- Mo E 3 & Paige Alyssa
3/17- Mo E All-Stars
3/24- Mo E 3 & Cheri Evans
3/31- Mo E 3 with Kyle Honeycutt on Drums and Guest TBA
Now go get that new Mo E All-Stars CD! 
Limited physical copies available in person and through CD Baby.
Download at Bandcamp and most retailers including Amazon, iTunes & Google Play Music.
CD Baby
and can stream it just about everywhere!
And- stay tuned for a new chamber ensemble that plays the works of Astor Piazolla, Gypsy Jazz and more.  Featuring members of the SLSO and Wash U Music Dept.
Thanks for your support! 
Mo Egeston