Historic Stovall’s Grove
Rockhorse Saloon and Dance Hall
18720 Stovall Lane (off Hwy 100 Six miles west of 109)
(636) 405-3024 www.stovallsgrove.com
Western Attire appreciated. Open Wednesday through Saturday at 6:00
Happy Labor Day to all workers. Enjoy a safe and fun filled weekend.
Stovall’s Grove is an old fashioned honky tonk, the beer is ice cold, music is hot and everyone is dancing, and whooping it up at the Grove. Absolutely delightful West County Classic !
Start booking your barbecues, block parties, reunions and get togethers at the Grove. Best place to have a party where we clean up your mess, and provide the very best in country and western entertainment in the Midwest.
Stovalls Grove Home of Country Music since 1935 !
Ya’ll come and see us when you can.
-Dennis, Liz, Steve, Dan, Marcedes, Norma, Angela, Angie, Janice, Kathy, and all our dandy musicians.
The Missouri Valley Boys - Shows – Friday, September 12th, and Saturday, September 20th - 8:30 PM to 12:30 AM ( Traditional country western, hillbilly and some Top 40)
Missouri Valley Boys have made Stovall’s Grove the “Home of country music since 1935” featuring Traditional Country Western and Hillbilly music. Musical talents of the Missouri Valley Boys showcase Allen Cully, on vocals and bass, Terry Miller on vocals and guitar, Donny Sloan on drums, Fred Williams, lead guitar and vocals, Mark Vaccaro on fiddle and Pat Heller on pedal steel guitar . Step back into genuine country music history with classic songs made famous by Ray Price, George Jones, Ernest Tubbs, Lefty Frizell, Merle Haggard, and Hank Williams. Ya’ll come.
Hillbilly Authority - Show -Friday, September 5th - 8:30 to 12:30 PM
(Traditional Country, New, Southern Rock, Variety, some Top 40)
With a repertoire consisting of everything from traditional to new country and from southern rock to original music, Hillbilly Authority delivers a high-energy stage show that appeals to music fans of all varieties. Greg Manis, vocals and guitar, Mike Hatfield, vocals and keyboards, Scottie Kemp, lead guitar, and vocals, Dan O’Neil, on drums, and Rick Steiling on Bass. A special treat for all.
Fred and the Rangers- Shows - Saturday, September 6th - 8:30 to 12:30 PM
(Classic and Traditional Country western, Rockabilly, and some Top Forty)
Ooh, Baby, is this band hot! Fred and his band have been long time friends and musicians at Stovalls for 25 years! Fred and the Rangers have played Nashville and have many cds available with their fabulous country style. Fred Ermmentrout, leads the fast pace on vocals and lead guitar, with Wally McCanless, on Bass, Ron Mecey, on pedal steel, and Clay on drums. Whether you are from Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, or Missouri – a delightful evening of plenty.
Whiskey Morning Band-Show –Saturday, September 13th - 8:30 to 12:30 PM
Traditional and Classic Country, Rock and Roll, Rockabilly,
Whiskey Morning is a country band with a classic country sound, killer harmonies and good, old -fashioned twang. Suzy Bacino, on guitar and vocals, Dave Hinson, guitar and vocals, Michael Eisenbeis, guitar, and vocals, Bob Briedenbach on pedal steel, Scott Engel on Drums and Tony Estrada on Bass. These talented folks bounce the house with a fresh country sound.
Colonel Ford and the Rough Riders – Show – Friday, September 19th- 8:30-12:30 AM
(Hillbilly, Honky Tonk, and Traditional Country)
Honky Tonk music at its finest .Gary Hunt leads the band in that county western high lonesome sound. Gary Hunt, guitar, fiddle, and vocals, Dade Farrar, Standup bass, and vocals, Jay Farrar, pedal steel, Johnny Horton, guitar, and Dan Kathriner, drums and vocals. Mighty fine music and a great big howdy of country. Country music just doesn’t get any better than this.
Diesel Island – Show – Friday, September 26th- 8:30 PM to 12:30 AM
(Classic Traditional country, Rockabilly, 70’s outlaw country, and Variety)
Voted best traditional country band by Riverfront Times this year. Groove to your favorite country classics, with 70’s outlaw, and even some rockabilly, with Brian Henneman, on lead guitar, Kip Loui, on rhythm guitar, Richard Tralles on Standup Bass, Carl Pandolfi on piano, and Spencer Marquart on percussion. It’s a hoot!
PREMIERE PERFORMANCE: The Rock Creek Country Boys Show – Saturday, September 27th - 8:30 PM to 12:30 AM
(Hillbilly, Honky Tonk, and Traditional Country)
Get ready for a country rodeo on the fretboards with Gary Hunt, on fiddle, guitar, and vocals, Bobby Regot on drums, Pat Heller, on pedal steel, and Wally Mccanless on bass and vocals. Mighty fine indeed.
Open Mike Wednesdays- Wednesdays, September 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th- 7:00 to ? PM
( Open Mike –Various country genres, Traditional country, Hillbilly, Top Forty, Southern Rock, Americana)
It’s Back- ya’ll come! Razzle, Dazzle with your talent at the time honored tradition of open mike at Stovalls. Various musicians gather to share their musical guitar, bass, fiddle, accordion and vocals with much impromptu harmonies, voicings, and great fun. Play, sing, or just enjoy watching the shows. All welcome. Any style related to country. Must be twenty one.
Dance Lessons - Thursdays , September 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th– - Starting at 7:00 P.M.Very robust and bustling evening at the Grove. Crazy good fun that gets everyone moving with a new level of fun, stylish moves, and great dances. Learn the latest country western dances, meet nice people, and get fit. From classic country western line dances -the boot scoot boogie, Diamond reggae, Black Velvet, Trouble, Tush Push, Electric Slide, Slap Leather, Cruisin, to country western couples dances- Stationery Cha Cha, San Antonio Stroll, Ridin’ Double, L.A Two Step, Cotton Mouth, you can learn them all. Beginner to Advanced with or without partners. Time to get slapping, and scootin. $3.00 per person. Advanced dancers should inquire about the competition teams.