Members Of Little Feat With Craig Fuller. A Benefit For Avery's Angels Foundation

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On Sat., May 23, 2015, members of the legendary band Little Feat, along with St. Louis’s Jake’s Leg, will perform in a concert to benefit Avery’s Angels Foundation (AAF). The concert will take place at The Pageant, 6161 Delmar Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63112 and begins at 8:00 P.M. (doors open for seating at 7:00 P.M.). The event is being sponsored in part by a generous donation from Edwards Carpet of St. Louis.

Three admission levels are available: $25 General Admission; $35 Reserved Seating; and $75 VIP, which includes a t-shirt and a meet-and-greet/autograph/photo session with the members of Little Feat prior to the concert (a limited number of VIP tickets are available). Tickets go on sale Feb. 27 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster as well as at The Pageant’s Box Office, Suite 100, or Halo Bar.

Paul Barerre, Sam Clayton, Gabe Ford, Kenny Gradney, and Fred Tackett will be performing at The Pageant, along with Craig Fuller, a past member of Little Feat and founding member of Pure Prairie League.

Jake’s Leg is a St. Louis-based cover band that has been playing and interpreting the music of the Grateful Dead for nearly 40 years. Started as a duo by Randy Furrer and Tim Fahy in the mid-1970s. Today the band members are Furrer, Dave Casper, Joe Trunko, Bill Noltkamper, and Ryan Wilhite.

AAF was founded in May 2014 with the goal of providing educational programs that empower high school students to recognize the signs and symptoms of suicide and take the necessary actions to stop the loss of life. In addition to various awareness efforts, AAF is currently working with Missouri State Sen. Jill Schupp, D-Creve Coeur, to push Senate Bill 328, which would require school districts to adopt a policy for youth suicide awareness and prevention. AAF has also established an annual college scholarship for high school seniors.

“According to, suicide is the second leading cause of death for those 15-24 years old,” said AAF President Rick Cantor. “Mental illness isn’t something people like to talk about, but it touches so many lives—as it has touched mine. Avery’s Angels Foundation was created in memory of my daughter with the goal of saving lives.” For more information, visit Avery’s Angels Foundation website at

For more information about The Pageant, including ticket info and directions, visit

Edwards Carpet is a floor covering dealer located in St Louis since 1937. Find it at
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