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Herb Alpert, iconic trumpeter, composer, A&M Records co-founder, artist and philanthropist and his wife, the Grammy award-winning vocalist Lani Hall, are coming to The Grandel Theatre! Spend an evening with the couple while they perform an eclectic mix of American standards, Brazilian jazz, some Beatles, some classic Tijuana Brass & Brazil '66 songs and a number of other surprises. A selection of Herb Alpert’s sculptures & paintings, curated by Chip Tom of the Heather James Gallery will also be on display pre/post show in the Grand Hall of The Grandel Theatre.
In 2017 Herb released “Music Volume 1,” a showcase for his creativity and first-time collaboration with Jochem van der Saag (whose credits include Andrea Bocelli and Destiny’s Child) which reached the top spot on Billboard's Contemporary Jazz Album chart in its first week (Click here to listen to the Beatles cover Michelle from Music Vol. 1, and click here to the official video of What A Wonderful World).

Last year was a banner year for Alpert. His two recent albums, The Christmas Wish and Music Volume 1, both reached the top of the Contemporary Jazz charts, and in January 2017, Alpert was nominated for his tenth Grammy for his 2016 album "Human Nature.” In addition thirteen of Herb’s albums returned to the Billboard Top 50 Catalog Jazz albums chart. 11 of his titles are currently in the Top 100 Jazz albums on Amazon. Billboard also listed Herb at #7 on their Greatest Of All Time Billboard 200 Artists.


Two-time Grammy award-winning vocalist Lani Hall was the lead singer and “voice” of Sergio Mendes’ iconic group, Brasil ’66. She has the distinction of recording over 22 albums in 3 different languages: English, Portuguese, and Spanish. She is also known for her recording of the theme song to the 1983 James Bond film, Never Say Never Again. She penned many of the lyrics for the Brazilian songs she sang while with Brasil '66, as well as throughout her solo albums. She is also the author of Emotional Memoirs, a book of short stories, fiction and non-fiction with personal memoirs that lead the reader in to each story.

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Date Information

August 19, 2018 - 7:00 PM

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Pricing Info

$35.00 - Orchestra Center $5.25 + $1 facility fee $41.25
$35.00 - Balcony Center $5.25 + $1 facility fee $41.25
$28.00 - Orchestra Sides $4.25 + $1 facility fee $33.25
$28.00 - Balcony Sides $4.25 + $1 facility fee $33.25


Other Info

Phone/Internet: 3 hours prior to show
Fox Box Office: 1 hour prior to show

The Grandel box office opens 1 hour prior to show.

Venue Information


3610 Grandel Square , St. Louis, Missouri 63108

The Grandel Theatre is a 600-capacity, world-class performing arts venue operated by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation. Concerts, plays, musicals, dance performances, comedy shows, and much more find a home on The Grandel’s stage, activated by KAF resident organizations, independent producers, and local, national & internationally touring artists. Please visit www.thegrandel.com for a full event listing and more information.

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The Grandel is a fully handicap accessible and ADA compliant venue. Handicap reserved parking and entrance (via ramp) are located on the direct west side of the building. Entrance to the parking lot is accessible from the alleyway on the south side of the building, off of N. Grand Blvd. or N. Spring Ave. Handicap preferred seating is available in the theatre and at The Dark Room upon reservation / request. All three public floors of The Grandel are handicap accessible via elevator.