THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND
Apr
28
8:00 PM20:00

THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND

Baby Soda is on the cutting edge of a new movement loosely known as street jazz; with an eclectic set of influences ranging from New Orleans brass bands, jug music, southern gospel and hot jazz. The ensemble doesn’t desire to recreate the past, rather they bring the concept and joy of the music to the present.

Baby Soda is an adaptable and ever changing group made up of New York’s finest musicians; featuring trumpet, accordion, clarinet, washboard, banjo and one string box bass.

“With your eyes closed, you could have been on Bourbon Street.” - NY Daily News

http://babysoda.org

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THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND
Apr
21
8:00 PM20:00

THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND

Baby Soda is on the cutting edge of a new movement loosely known as street jazz; with an eclectic set of influences ranging from New Orleans brass bands, jug music, southern gospel and hot jazz. The ensemble doesn’t desire to recreate the past, rather they bring the concept and joy of the music to the present.

Baby Soda is an adaptable and ever changing group made up of New York’s finest musicians; featuring trumpet, accordion, clarinet, washboard, banjo and one string box bass.

“With your eyes closed, you could have been on Bourbon Street.” - NY Daily News

http://babysoda.org

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KEN SIMON QUARTET
Apr
20
8:00 PM20:00

KEN SIMON QUARTET

The Ken Simon Quartet pays tribute to great jazz innovators who left their mark on the jazz world and gave us "Modern" Jazz. Hear the sounds of Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Thelonius Monk, Ornette Coleman, and John Coltrane.

 

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ROBBIE LEE TRIO
Apr
14
8:00 PM20:00

ROBBIE LEE TRIO

Robbie Lee, born and raised in Tucson, Arizona began playing alto saxophone at age 12, later switching to piano. Soon after, he joined the Tucson Jazz Institute, a community music program dedicated to giving students opportunities to play and develop meaningful relationships through music. With TJI he was given a firm grounding in the traditional forms of jazz from Trad to Post-Bop and was encouraged to develop his own voice and keep an open mind. By the age of 14, Lee had began performing at various venues on a weekly basis. In both 2010 and 2014 he was given opportunities to tour and play at numerous jazz festivals in Europe with TJI including Jazz a Vienne, the Umbria Jazz Festival, and the Montreux Jazz Festival.

Throughout high school, Lee was given awards for performance and composition by YoungArts, DownBeat, The Next Generation Jazz Festival, and the Essentially Ellington Competition & Festival.  These awards include Outstanding Tripler and the Ella Fitzgerald outstanding soloist award presented by Wynton Marsalis at the Essentially Ellington Festival. In 2015 Downbeat Magazine awarded him Outstanding Composition for Large Ensemble as part of the 38th Student Music Awards. He has had the honor of playing with Brice Winston, Charles Mcpherson, Ray Drummond, Candido Camero, and Jimmy Heath. 

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THE GRAND ST. STOMPERS
Apr
13
8:00 PM20:00

THE GRAND ST. STOMPERS

The Grand St. Stompers are a New York-based New Orleans-style hot jazz band, reviving and refreshing the music of the 1920s onward for today’s listeners, swing dancers, and music fans. With the talent and experience of NYC’s top traditional jazz singers and players, they delight audiences at festivals, dance conventions, music halls and other special events.

Led by Gordon Au, an impeccably trained trumpeter with an antiquarian ear, the Grand St. Stompers have become A PILLAR OF NEW YORK'S HOT JAZZ SCENE. 
— Nat Chinen, The New York Times

The young trumpeter Gordon Au may have been born in California and named his band after a boulevard in old Brooklyn, but more than any other group on the current Hot Jazz scene, his music is the living embodiment of the great New Orleans revival—the years of Bunk Johnson, George Lewis, and the beginnings of Preservation Hall. 
— Will Friedwald, The Wall Street Journal

How lucky we are to have these young cats swinging out for us!…Come hear this band: they are the past, present, future rolling on! 
— Michael Steinman, music writer

The Grand St. Stompers are a New York-based New Orleans-style hot jazz band, reviving and refreshing the music of the 1920s onward for today’s listeners, swing dancers, and music fans. With the talent and experience of NYC’s top traditional jazz singers and players, they delight audiences at festivals, dance conventions, music halls and other special events.

 

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THE GRAND ST. STOMPERS
Mar
30
8:00 PM20:00

THE GRAND ST. STOMPERS

The Grand St. Stompers are a New York-based New Orleans-style hot jazz band, reviving and refreshing the music of the 1920s onward for today’s listeners, swing dancers, and music fans. With the talent and experience of NYC’s top traditional jazz singers and players, they delight audiences at festivals, dance conventions, music halls and other special events.

Led by Gordon Au, an impeccably trained trumpeter with an antiquarian ear, the Grand St. Stompers have become A PILLAR OF NEW YORK'S HOT JAZZ SCENE. 
— Nat Chinen, The New York Times

The young trumpeter Gordon Au may have been born in California and named his band after a boulevard in old Brooklyn, but more than any other group on the current Hot Jazz scene, his music is the living embodiment of the great New Orleans revival—the years of Bunk Johnson, George Lewis, and the beginnings of Preservation Hall. 
— Will Friedwald, The Wall Street Journal

How lucky we are to have these young cats swinging out for us!…Come hear this band: they are the past, present, future rolling on! 
— Michael Steinman, music writer

The Grand St. Stompers are a New York-based New Orleans-style hot jazz band, reviving and refreshing the music of the 1920s onward for today’s listeners, swing dancers, and music fans. With the talent and experience of NYC’s top traditional jazz singers and players, they delight audiences at festivals, dance conventions, music halls and other special events.

 

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THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND
Mar
24
8:00 PM20:00

THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND

Baby Soda is on the cutting edge of a new movement loosely known as street jazz; with an eclectic set of influences ranging from New Orleans brass bands, jug music, southern gospel and hot jazz. The ensemble doesn’t desire to recreate the past, rather they bring the concept and joy of the music to the present.

Baby Soda is an adaptable and ever changing group made up of New York’s finest musicians; featuring trumpet, accordion, clarinet, washboard, banjo and one string box bass.

“With your eyes closed, you could have been on Bourbon Street.” - NY Daily News

http://babysoda.org

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THE GRAND ST. STOMPERS
Mar
23
8:00 PM20:00

THE GRAND ST. STOMPERS

The Grand St. Stompers are a New York-based New Orleans-style hot jazz band, reviving and refreshing the music of the 1920s onward for today’s listeners, swing dancers, and music fans. With the talent and experience of NYC’s top traditional jazz singers and players, they delight audiences at festivals, dance conventions, music halls and other special events.

Led by Gordon Au, an impeccably trained trumpeter with an antiquarian ear, the Grand St. Stompers have become A PILLAR OF NEW YORK'S HOT JAZZ SCENE. 
— Nat Chinen, The New York Times

The young trumpeter Gordon Au may have been born in California and named his band after a boulevard in old Brooklyn, but more than any other group on the current Hot Jazz scene, his music is the living embodiment of the great New Orleans revival—the years of Bunk Johnson, George Lewis, and the beginnings of Preservation Hall. 
— Will Friedwald, The Wall Street Journal

How lucky we are to have these young cats swinging out for us!…Come hear this band: they are the past, present, future rolling on! 
— Michael Steinman, music writer

The Grand St. Stompers are a New York-based New Orleans-style hot jazz band, reviving and refreshing the music of the 1920s onward for today’s listeners, swing dancers, and music fans. With the talent and experience of NYC’s top traditional jazz singers and players, they delight audiences at festivals, dance conventions, music halls and other special events.

 

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ST PADDY'S DAY with THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND
Mar
17
8:00 PM20:00

ST PADDY'S DAY with THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND

This Saturday ☘️ Come celebrate Saint Patrick's Day with us. Enjoy Guinness-and-a-shot specials along with our corned beef calzone and usual fancy fare!
Live music by the absolutely incredible Baby Soda Jazz Band @babysodajazz Famed for their New Orleans brass and street jazz style reminiscent of the 1930s, they'll be keeping things merry as friends, family, ghosts, and lovers alike spend St. Paddy's together!


Baby Soda is on the cutting edge of a new movement loosely known as street jazz; with an eclectic set of influences ranging from New Orleans brass bands, jug music, southern gospel and hot jazz. The ensemble doesn’t desire to recreate the past, rather they bring the concept and joy of the music to the present.

Baby Soda is an adaptable and ever changing group made up of New York’s finest musicians; featuring trumpet, accordion, clarinet, washboard, banjo and one string box bass.

“With your eyes closed, you could have been on Bourbon Street.” - NY Daily News

http://babysoda.org

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THE GRAND ST. STOMPERS
Mar
16
8:00 PM20:00

THE GRAND ST. STOMPERS

The Grand St. Stompers are a New York-based New Orleans-style hot jazz band, reviving and refreshing the music of the 1920s onward for today’s listeners, swing dancers, and music fans. With the talent and experience of NYC’s top traditional jazz singers and players, they delight audiences at festivals, dance conventions, music halls and other special events.

Led by Gordon Au, an impeccably trained trumpeter with an antiquarian ear, the Grand St. Stompers have become A PILLAR OF NEW YORK'S HOT JAZZ SCENE. 
— Nat Chinen, The New York Times

The young trumpeter Gordon Au may have been born in California and named his band after a boulevard in old Brooklyn, but more than any other group on the current Hot Jazz scene, his music is the living embodiment of the great New Orleans revival—the years of Bunk Johnson, George Lewis, and the beginnings of Preservation Hall. 
— Will Friedwald, The Wall Street Journal

How lucky we are to have these young cats swinging out for us!…Come hear this band: they are the past, present, future rolling on! 
— Michael Steinman, music writer

The Grand St. Stompers are a New York-based New Orleans-style hot jazz band, reviving and refreshing the music of the 1920s onward for today’s listeners, swing dancers, and music fans. With the talent and experience of NYC’s top traditional jazz singers and players, they delight audiences at festivals, dance conventions, music halls and other special events.

 

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THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND
Mar
10
8:00 PM20:00

THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND

Baby Soda is on the cutting edge of a new movement loosely known as street jazz; with an eclectic set of influences ranging from New Orleans brass bands, jug music, southern gospel and hot jazz. The ensemble doesn’t desire to recreate the past, rather they bring the concept and joy of the music to the present.

Baby Soda is an adaptable and ever changing group made up of New York’s finest musicians; featuring trumpet, accordion, clarinet, washboard, banjo and one string box bass.

“With your eyes closed, you could have been on Bourbon Street.” - NY Daily News

http://babysoda.org

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HANNA GILL
Mar
9
8:00 PM20:00

HANNA GILL

Hannah Gill is a soulful 20-year old vocal powerhouse and songwriter whose voice brings to mind soulful performers such as Florence & The Machine, Lana Del Rey, and Kate Nash.

Her uncommon vocal talent combined with wisdom and maturity in her young age is what sets Hannah apart. With a sound that is alive, fresh and vibrant, and includes a jazz vibe that is crisp and modern - Hannah rises above the created and overdone sound that frequents today's airwaves.

It wasn't long before Gill paired up with producer and musician Brad Hammonds. As soon as Hammonds heard her, he understood that Gill was something special. Gill's vocal sophistication conveys deep emotion without resorting to histrionics or auto tune synthesized vocals.

They were soon on a roll as Gill, accompanied by Hammonds, along with a spare group of double bass, drums and trumpet crooned her way to the effervescent and sparkling sound.

In the studio or onstage, Gill is spontaneous. After all, she notes, "The whole point of music is to experiment."

Her live band – Hammonds [guitar], Mathias Kunzli [drums], Jason DiMatteo [bass] and Matthew Jodrell [trumpet] - brings a wealth of experience with them, ranging from work with Paul Anka to Regina Spektor.

Hannah herself has worked with successful music veterans including four-time Grammy Winner, Brian Vibberts, who produced her debut self-titled EP.

Hannah’s first single from I Feel Awake gained impressive reviews and after debuting through Earmilk is now featured on both MTV and VH1.

Her music video for single I Feel Awake featured in MTVu’s Freshmen competition where Hannah beat off stiff competiton from acts such as the hugely successful Sheppard. Her music video is now in full rotation on their channel.

Every journey begins with a single step, so the proverb goes. Hannah Gill has made hers into a giant leap. -  FROM SONICBIDS

Here she is singing with Post Modern Jukebox:

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THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND
Mar
3
8:00 PM20:00

THE BABY SODA JAZZ BAND

Baby Soda is on the cutting edge of a new movement loosely known as street jazz; with an eclectic set of influences ranging from New Orleans brass bands, jug music, southern gospel and hot jazz. The ensemble doesn’t desire to recreate the past, rather they bring the concept and joy of the music to the present.

Baby Soda is an adaptable and ever changing group made up of New York’s finest musicians; featuring trumpet, accordion, clarinet, washboard, banjo and one string box bass.

“With your eyes closed, you could have been on Bourbon Street.” - NY Daily News

http://babysoda.org

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BEDLAM SWING
Mar
2
8:00 PM20:00

BEDLAM SWING

Bedlam Swing is a New York City Jazz and Swing ensemble. They have an innovative blend of 1930's Swing, Traditional European Folk music and classic American Jazz.

Bedlam Swing began to see the light of day as a jam session between friends within the NYC jazz community, and quickly grew from there into the cohesive and creative ensemble it is today. Members include Ellie Goodman on violin, Brandon Vetrano on guitar,  Joshua Kaye on rhythm guitar, and James Robbins on bass. 

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HONEY HILL
Feb
23
8:00 PM20:00

HONEY HILL

With roots stemming from New England to North Carolina to Norway, Honey Hill finds it's musical base within a potion of hearty folk, pop, and punk influences.  A blend of banjo, guitars, keys and vocal harmonies with the intention of lyrics at the forefront. Helene, Karl, and Justin have been singer-songwriters in their own domains long before the group came together and bonded over the beauty of cadence, melody, and the craft of original songwriting. With some brave performances under their belt in NYC and the surrounding New England area, the group is part of a hopeful rise of the folk spirit within young artists. Honey Hill offers their confessions, self-reflections, and professions of love to every audience they find, always leaving traces of sweetness.

 

 

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KEN SIMON QUARTET
Feb
17
8:30 PM20:30

KEN SIMON QUARTET

The Ken Simon Quartet pays tribute to great jazz innovators who left their mark on the jazz world and gave us "Modern" Jazz. Hear the sounds of Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Thelonius Monk, Ornette Coleman, and John Coltrane.

 

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JULIA HALTIGAN
Feb
9
8:00 PM20:00

JULIA HALTIGAN

Acclaimed bombshell songstress Julia Haltigan came up on the Lower East Side of New York City when it oozed a heady mix of danger, possibility and art. She made meaning of the painful complexities of her parents’ split, her father’s incarceration, and a freewheeling life of parties and a revolving cast of street characters. 

Julia emerged from it all a sensitive badass who rides vintage Triumph motorcycles and sings primal rock n’ roll with smoldering expressivity. Julia’s signature artistry evokes Brigitte Bardot, Marianne Faithfull, Iggy Pop, Debbie Harry, and Lou Reed. 

Her latest EP, Hot Tears, is a masterful collection, teeming with themes of heartache, images of broken bones, car chases, and nostalgia. Stunners in this set include the gritty swagger of the T. Rex-like “Money,” the 1960s James Bond ballad-esque “Burning Bridges & Breaking Hearts,” and the sleek and smoky “How To Make A Broken Heart,” co-written with songwriting legend Mike Scott of The Waterboys.

Julia has performed as a part of the Varvatos Music Series, filling the store over capacity leaving a line around the block, and live on tastemaking radio personality Vin Scelsa's show Idiot's Delight. She’s also shared the stage with such venerated names as Judy Collins, Steve Earle, Norah Jones, Montgomery Gentry, Rhett Miller, Nicole Atkins, and Holly Miranda, among others. 

Outside of her solo career, she moonlights as the slinky Jessica Rabbit inspired jazz crooner ‘Vivian Fairchild’ in the off-Broadway hit “Sleep No More.” She also performs in the fizzy pop band The Singles, alongside her buddies Scarlett Johansson, Kendra Morris and Holly Miranda.  When not onstage or in the studio, Julia’s straddling a 1970 Triumph Bonneville. 

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HARLEM SLIM
Feb
3
8:30 PM20:30

HARLEM SLIM

We are very proud to be hosting the incredibly talented Tito Deler, also known as Harlem Slim. Tito is a renegade musical time machine who speaks the language of the delta blues. He is a vision of authenticity- with the rhythmic stomp of his foot, twang of his guitar, and howl of his voice, he immerses his audience into an era where the blues were born.

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SUPER BOWL SUNDAY
Feb
3
5:00 PM17:00

SUPER BOWL SUNDAY

Join us on Super Bowl Sunday. We have food and drink specials starting at 5pm.
For your viewing and eating pleasure:

Some new bites:
Philly Cheesesteak Pizza
Clam Chowder Pizza
Fire Fry Potato Skins
Chicken Wings
Mini Calzones

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