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The show must go on in St. Louis as The Newsletter changes venues

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While the Midwest is sadly recuperating from singer Miley Cyrus; who has taken ill in Kansas City and has cancelled her appearance in St. Louis. One (of over 50) of the hottest promoters and marketing gems in St. Louis is moving forward. The Newsletter decided not to cancel their 9th year anniversary celebration and talent show due to scheduling issues. Instead, they just made a few calls and went online and moved things around.

The Newsletter, part of St. Louis Budget Nightlife of Examiner.com, is a sought after promoter in the community. And is known for placing talented artists in the spotlight, when others have closed their books on them. The show was originally scheduled for Premier Lounge, but due to last minute issues, the event will move to Lady A's, a familiar watering hole for The Newsletter.

Lady A's is also returning from leasing the club out again to St. Louis Connection Bar & Grill, in which the whole property will be torn down this summer.

There are over 10 hip hop artists slated to perform including: Young K, Boogalou Crymes, Rip James, Buzz the Navigator; along with a talented R& B female act named Ju$tice. There is a $5 general admission fee at the door, and free appetizers while they last will be provided.

The Newsletter has been providing great media, photography, blogs, event planning, artist branding and web casting since its inception Feb. 2, 2005.

Lady A's Lounge, located at 6754 Page is a smokers club, and has a wide array of cocktails and spirits.

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