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“So Much Positive Energy”

Got an amazing note from a St. Louis bride the Monday after playing the cocktail hour of a Saturday wedding … it went something like this: We LOVED having your jazz trio play during our cocktail hour! The minute Michael and I walked in, there was so much positive energy in the air that started […]

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Ensuring a Charity Event’s Success

It’ll be no surprise to anyone who has seen us (or even heard our recordings) that we absolutely love playing. We love the music, we love contributing to a good time, and we love the smiles it brings people. What could be even better? When we play your St. Louis charity event. It’s all of […]

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Five Tips to Find The Right Band for Your Holiday Party

A great classy fun jazz band - just what your corporate holiday party needs?

It’s an unusually cool August week in St. Louis, so that must have people thinking about Corporate Christmas parties because The Kevin Mitchell 4 is suddenly getting a lot queries to play in December. In my 10+ years as a professional musician, a pattern has been apparent in the selecting of bands to play the […]

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Best of Both Worlds

When the four of us played a wedding at the Bissinger's Carmel Room.

Two disclaimers: This idea isn’t financially feasible for many; second, this is what Lauren and I did for our wedding nearly 16 years ago. When anyone is planning a wedding reception, there’s almost always this debate: live band or DJ? To oversimplify the argument, one is often less expensive and offers more variety (Artie Shaw! […]

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KM4 is for Rainbows for Kids!

If you check out any of our music and set list, you can see we are absolutely pitch perfect for charity events, fundraisers, and parties for good causes. We regularly hear from many non-profits wanting us to play for their big event.  Sometimes they ask us to donate our services, and we wish we could […]

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