Big Mike Aguirre and The Blu City All Stars have become one of the premier soul and blues bands in St. Louis. They are known for playing music of the Mississippi River: St. Louis Blues, Memphis Soul, New Orleans Funk, and everything in between.
With a repertoire that encompasses blues, R&B, jazz, pop classics and the great American songbook, vocalist Marsha Evans has earned her place among the most in-demand entertainers in the Midwest as well as her title, the River City Show Stopper.
Ted McCready has a soulful voice with an R&B groove -oriented music style. His influences come from Luther Vandross, Paul Carrack, Michael McDonald, Paul Rodgers, George Michael, Seal, Prince, and Stevie Wonder.
In 2010 Mo Egeston is returning to his roots as a pianist fronting his own group, the Mo E Trio. Styles referenced include soul, jazz, bossa, r & b, organic house grooves and drum and bass; however no genre is considered off limits!
Led by Walter and Wagner Caldas – charismatic twin brothers from Rio de Janiero, the Brazilian 2wins pull aspects from pop, rock, funk, fusion, hip hop and Latin and weave them into catchy renditions of crowd favorites.
Steven Woolley is an award winning singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist out the St. Louis MO area. His eclectic blend of R&B, soul, and blues cascade over subtle hints of rock, country, and jazz make for a hit with any crowd no matter how diverse.
With 25 years experience and more than 7,500 performances, the Ralph Butler Band is still one of the most sought after bands in the country. Always fresh and exciting, the Ralph Butler Band seamlessly blends traditional Motown sound to the most popular songs of today.