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Jazz St. Louis schedules Rich McDonnell tribute concert

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A memorial concert for Rich McDonnell will take place May 25 at Jazz at the Bistro.

The event is at 7 p.m.

McDonnell was the founder of MAXJAZZ Records and was on the board of Jazz St. Louis.

This concert will feature headlining performances by MAXJAZZ artists Terell Stafford, Bruce Barth, Tim Warfield, and Carla Cook, joined by St. Louis’ Montez Coleman and Bob DeBoo.

Jazz St. Louis executive director Gene Dobbs Bradford said: “Rich was always such a big supporter of Jazz St. Louis, and of jazz music in general. We’re honored to be able to celebrate his life with great music and the support of the artists on his label, as well as musicians from the St. Louis scene that he knew and loved."

Many St. Louis-based artists including Good 4 the Soul, Jesse Gannon, Cheryl Brown, Funky Butt Brass Band, the Gene Dobbs Bradford Blues Experience, the Phil Dunlap Quintet and more will be performing throughout the day, beginning at 1 p.m.

The concerts are general admission, free, and open to the public. A suggested donation of $25 can be made at the door to Jazz St. Louis in honor of Rich McDonnell.

Get more information at jazzstlouis.org.

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