How to find us and listen to us

There is a well-lighted parking lot and easy access for all patrons. Seating is at tables and although you may bring your own munchies, we ask that you purchase your soda, beer and wine at the bar.

We encourage you to sing and we project the song lyrics on the wall just like the old “Shakey” days.

The Fourth Thursday of June, July, August, September and October you will find us at the Elk’s Club on 6330 Heege (near Mackenzie Road. See the Calendar.

We will be at the Elk’s Club on the Second Thursday of November and December.


SLBC on Public Television

In 2005, the St. Louis Banjo Club was featured aboard the Robert E. Lee Riverboat in Kimmswick, Missouri.

Channel 9 (KETC) features unique St. Louis stories and great entertainment. After you watch us, visit: for more great musical treats.


The St. Louis Banjo Club has produced FOUR wonderful CDs that have received accolades in national banjo publications. They are priced at $15 each + $3.00 shipping and handling for the total order. If you want to order one, two, three or four, send payment to us and we will ship them promptly. Check payable to: St. Louis Banjo Club, 57 Grantwood Lane, St. Louis, MO  63123.

“SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY” - Sentimental Journey, Calliope Rag, Tishimingo Blues, Charleston, My Little Bimbo, Banjo Picker’s Ball, Runnin’ Wild, Louisiana Fairytale/Home medley and 18 others.

“SONGS REMEMBERED” - Cabaret, San Antonio Rose, Baby Face, Spanish Eyes, Coney Island Washboard, Charley My Boy, Redwing, Side By Side, Tavern in the Town and 17 others.

“STILL LIVING IN THE PAST” - Nobody’s Sweetheart, Waitin’ for the Robert E. Lee, Lida Rose, Just Because, Ida, Chinatown, Beer Barrel Polka and 10 others.

“ONE MORE TIME” - Avalon, Five Foot Two, Whispering, Old Green River, Radio, Sin to Tell A Lie, A Patriotic Medley, Bei Mir Bist Du Schon and 12 others.

Listen to the St. Louis Banjo Club play a song from our newest CD titled “Sentimental Journey” featuring 20 banjo players and a tuba.

Banjo Picker’s Ball BOY

Click on the YouTube link to the left. Part of interesting story of how the whole banjo craze became popular in the 1960s. From “Your Father’s Mustache”, “The Red Garter” and “Shakeys” came 100s of banjo players and 1000s of patrons, all wanting to sing the songs of the “Gay Nineties” and “The Roaring Twenties”. Enjoy this history of the banjo’s heyday!