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Mo E All-Stars @ the Dark Room 12/8


Hard to believe we are winding down the year already!  This is an exciting week since we'll be doing our final Mo E All-Stars set of the year for Late Night Grooves. (12/8- Dark Room)
This is a special one because we will have Charlie Cerpa with us on sax making this Saturday the first time the All-Stars have featured a horn player ever.  I've been having fun writing parts and planning future collaborations with Charlie.  Stay tuned for more from that collaboration in 2019.
Saturday will also be special since my good friends Brothers Lazaroff will be on stage in the Grandel for their Hanukkah Hullabaloo.  This event is one of the many cool things I got to do with Bros Laz over the years (2008-2014) and I'm excited to see them on the Grandel stage.  Rumor has it I'll be dusting off my Bros Laz chops for the final Jam session.  
I've got a bunch of new music that I'm rolling out and we'll also be featuring selections from Mo E All-Stars debut release Groove Suites Vol. 1. which blends elements of soul, groove jazz, Latin and funk with the organic dance rhythms of drum & bass, house and downtempo. And yes...there just might be a holiday jam or two as well.  Definitely going to be a lot of great energy in the building on Saturday- join us if you can!
Late Night Grooves- Mo E All-Stars w/Charlie Cerpa
Saturday December 8 10P. No cover.
Maurice Mo Egeston -Keyboards, Piano
Grover Stewart Jr. - Drums 
Eric Snoopy Tyler Bass
Charlie Cerpa-Sax
Groove Suites Vol. 1 is available on CD at any Late Night Grooves show, on Bandcamp (download), CD Baby (CD & Download) as well as Amazon, Google Play, iTunes and most streaming locations including Tidal and Spotify. More info and links here:
I'm very honored to be among the 2018 STL 77 Honorees. This is the new version of being nominated for the old Riverfront Times Music Poll. Thanks to Roy Kasten for the kind words. Check it out Here.
Late Night Grooves is made possible by Kranzberg Arts Foundation
Thanks for your support!
Mo Egeston