Ian Moore at The Monocle • April 18

Photo credit: Todd Wolfson

Ian Moore has been rockin' for nearly 25 years. He hit the scene in 1993 with "Harlem" back in Capricorn Records' heyday (which included 311, Cake, Matthew Sweet, Wide Spread Panic & 2 Skinnee J's). The hit garnered respect from Ice Cube, who directed the video.

Nine albums later (highlighted by the 2000 release, And All the Colors...) all ranging from sounds of Americana, country and indie rock, the guitarist and singer-songwriter from Austin, Texas is back in St. Louis in support of his EP Toronto

Fresh off of two shows at the 2018 SXSW, being able to catch Moore at the epitome of intimate spaces: The Monocle. It's capacity is 150. So, to say this is a must catch show, even if it is a Wednesday night, is an understatement.


Doors: 7 PM • Thames: 8 PM • Ian Moore: 9:15 • Tickets $12 (in advance) $15 at Door

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