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Andy McAllister to perform July 8

Andy McAllister is returning this Saturday. It’s his first time performing at the farmers market this season.  We think that you will enjoy this talented young musician.

Andy’s Bio -Born and raised in St. Louis MO, my music background can be summed up in one genre; the blues. I fell in love with music at a very early age and began playing guitar at the age of 9. I started with the blues, but more specifically classic rock. In high school, I began listening more to acoustic music and expanding my musical horizon. I learned the mandolin and that opened my eyes to bluegrass and more folk inspired music. Today, I have expanded on my inspirations and love playing a variety of tunes.

It was also in high school that I began playing out in public. I started playing in coffee shops around town, even hosting an open mic night for a period of time. Since then, I’ve played instrumental, acoustic music for a number of wedding ceremonies, and provided outdoor entertainment for establishments locally as well as in Kansas City and Pennsylvania. I love to play for people who enjoy listening to good music.

You can find out more about Andy from his website and Facebook page

Wise Brothers this weekend

The Wise Brothers have been performing at the Wildwood Farmers Market for several years and they never fail to delight the crowds and we are excited to have them back.

The Wise Brothers are a three-piece R&B group from St. Louis with a clean sound. Performing both original music and unique cuts of classic blues, the brothers are a treat for the ears.


Konnor Sincox (Bass, Vocals)
Shamus McFerson (Guitar, Vocals)
Bill Kline (Drums, Vocals)
Contact Info:
Website http://www.reverbnation.com/thewisebrothers

Steve Perron to Provide the Entertainment This Saturday

Steve Perron is the producer of the investigative unit at News 4. He is also a local singer/songwriter and host of one of the most popular weekly open mics in St. Louis, held every Tuesday night at The Wolf in Ballwin.

Steve is multi-talented and very creative. He has been a very popular entertainer at the market and a favorite of the vendors and market-goers.

Steve had a brief period of fame with his parody ‘The Ballad of Stan Kroenke’.

Come out and lend an ear this weekend. It will surely put a smile on your face.