Old Webster Jazz and Blues Festival

      Japanese Festival Experience

Webster - Kirkwood Times had the opportunity to bring the community together by unifying families and friends through music. It was originated by a group of individuals who love the music of art.

Radio 63119 Live broadcast the festival that celebrated their annual 17th year in downtown Old Webster, from the Webster University Stage with six performers performing.  To learn more about the festival go to

Video Credt: Jumani - James Radio 63119 Live


If you are an art lover and have not yet experienced the gallery of McCaughen & Burr Fine Arts then you are absolutely missing out. They specialize in fine art created by local Missourian artist who work in a variety of mediums and art styles. Not only do they house beautiful collections of work, but they also have an extensive framing gallery. Take some time to stop by the gallery located in: 


Old Webster on

111 West Lockwood Avenue

Webster Groves, Mo 63119

314 961-7786

 Radio 63119 LIVE spent Labor Day Weekend at the Japanese Festival at the  Botanical Gardens.


This event commemorated the 41st festival and the Radio 63119 LIVE helped carry the portable Shrine - The Omikoshi - to the opening ceremony. The Saturday and Sunday nights at the festival are ended with a big performance at Cohen Amphitheater  by the St.Louis Osuwa Taiko Band.





Video credit: Jumani - James Radio 63119 LIVE. Learn more about the St. Louis Osuwa Taiko band and taiko drumming at

Video Credit: Mari Askew-Roberts

McCaughen and Burr Fine Arts