Slaughter Towne Morrison Trio, Friday April 9, 2021 6:30pm & 9:00pm Shows (Limited Seating)

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We are pleased to have our partners from the Marriott Hotel introduce a new menu of food options, see our menu page here on the website to review all the selections.  We’ve missed their support and are very happy they have returned!

Please review our new COVID-19 policies and procedures and limitations.

We will only allow 60 people per show to protect the customers, the staff, and the artists.

We hope to grow this slowly while keeping our customers 6 ft. from each other to practice social distancing

We’ve instituted a number of new measures to help insure the health and comfort of our guests.

These steps include but aren’t limited to:


Laminated/Protected Menus which are sanitized and wiped between uses
Sanitation stations at host stand and within the club
Fresh table linens between every set
Face masks for all employees
Limited seating and distance restrictions
Tables limited to parties of six
Accepting all sick requests from staff and performers
Enforcing self-quarantine for staff members who travel

Thank you for your patience and understanding, we want to bring you the full Jewell experience as quickly as possible but we know it’s critical to act slowly and deliberately.

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$5.00 credit towards final bill for College Students, must show student I.D. when you arrive

6:30pm Show  | 65-75 minute performance | Doors open at 5:00pm |

$15.00 tickets (due to limited seating to create social distancing)

Beverage and Food service available


9:00pm Show | 65-75 minute performance | Doors open at 8:30pm |

$15.00 tickets (due to limited seating to create social distancing)

Beverage and Food Service (New menu)

**All orders must be placed by 9:45pm, kitchen closes at 10pm**

No Valet

Discount parking located on 12th st and Capitol under Marriott Parking garage (get validation ticket at Jewell as you leave)

A $5.00 credit will be applied to the students bill (towards music, food & beverages), students must show I.D.








Eric Slaughter was born into a musical family in St Louis, Mo. He attended the Berklee College of Music where, in classes and in performances in and around the Boston, Mass. area, he was exposed to music and musicians from around the globe. After college he returned to the St Louis area where he began recording and performing with saxophonists Oliver Sain and Willie Akins, and jazz vocalist and multi instrumentalist Hugh “Peanuts” Whalum. An opportunity
to tour the country with blues vocalist and producer Willie Clayton took him away from St Louis and in between tours he began working as a studio session musician for Ace records in Jackson, Mississippi. Later, his desire to get closer to the roots of jazz and a chance meeting with vocalist/trumpeter Jeremy Davenport prompted him to move to New Orleans, La. where, in concerts with Davenport’s group and with the help and mentorship of trumpeter Wendell Brunious, saxophonist Donald Harrison, drummer Shannon Powell, and many others, he was able to immerse himself in the music and history of this vibrant and diverse musical culture. Eric has had the opportunity to share the stage with Ronnie Burrage, David Sanborn, Houston Person, Russel Gunn, Eric Roberson, Johnny O’neal, Phil Perry, Mary Stallings and many others. His prolific and eclectic musical career has afforded him the opportunity to record and share the stage with artists from all over the musical map.


Mitch Towne is a keyboardist and touring musician, and is widely considered as the “go-to” Hammond organist in the Midwest. His ability to move seamlessly between diverse styles has made him a sought-after side-man with artists as varied as jazz/R&B artist and Grammy-winning producer Terrace Martin, jazz heavyweights Ryan Kisor, Dave Stryker and Adam Larson, blues artists Eric Gales and Ben Poole, and multi-platinum artist Aloe Blacc. In 2015, Towne played organ on the track “Push” for the album “Velvet Portraits” by Terrace Martin, which was nominated for a 2016 Grammy for “Best R&B” album.


Marty Morrison is currently on the Jazz Studies faculty at Missouri State University in Springfield, MO. Having been exposed to music at a very young age through his father, his journey has included collaborations with countless jazz luminaries, most notably on the east coast. He performs extensively in Kansas City and St. Louis and holds degrees from Southern Illinois University.

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