Every Monday 8.30pm

Monday October 9th

Alden Hellmuth & Company

Saxophone & Bass

 

 Rooted in the jazz and band plays a variety of music (original compositions, standards, and arrangements) from all genres and brings an intimate yet exciting energy to any performance space! He graduated last year from the prestigious Jackie McLean Institute last year and have already lead bands at venues and festivals all over New England and New York, including a headlining show at the esteemed jazz club the Sidedoor in southern Connecticut

 

Monday October 16th

Melanie Scholtz & Brian Charette  

(Vocals & Piano)

South African Jazz

 

 Tiro Cruzado has performed at a variety of venues in NYC including Symphony Space and Mercury Lounge. Evenings performance will include Belebo on the guitar, William Kenney on the Bass and Emedin Rivera on percussion. 

 

Monday October 23rd

 

Joshua Kaye- Bedlam Swing

Yellow House Orchestra

 

Latin Jazz and Salsa band based in the San Francisco Bay Area. The band’s debut record “Orale Pues” was released January 2016. The band is led by bassist and songwriter Michael Cerda, formerly of El Desayuno. He’s also played a major role in the music-tech scene with his work on music at Facebook, Vevo and Myspace. His original melodies and hooks combined with Latin rhythms provide an original, catchy and toe-tapping sound. The band is graced by several Grammy Award winning members who play among the greats of today’s Latin Jazz and Salsa bands. 

 

 

Monday October 30th

 

Joshua Kaye- Bedlam Swing

Yellow House Orchestra

 

Scott Tixier is an award-winning French jazz violinist and a recording artist.

Grammy Award winning bassist Marcus Miller says that Tixier "is making an international name for himself. I heard him in France and was immediately struck by his individuality and his sound.“ Guitarist Pat Metheny says, "[Scott] has found a place for himself within the elite community of New York jazz musicians, no small feat." In an interview with the All About Jazz in 2010, violinist Mark Feldman called Scott "really up-and-coming and very talented." And Jean-Luc Ponty said "I have heard Scott's recordings, seen his live performances and I think that he stands above the crowd of current jazz violinists around the world."

Scott has played at Carnegie Hall, at the Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden, at Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Blue Note Jazz Club, The Apollo Theater, the Smalls Jazz Club, The Stone, Roulette, Smoke Jazz, Hammerstein Ballroom, Joe's Pub, America's Got Talent on NBC and also on the David Letterman Late Show on CBS. 

Scott has performed and/or recorded with a wide range of artists, including: 
Stevie Wonder, Kenny Barron, Christina Aguilera, Anthony Braxton, Chris Potter, Josh Groban, Joss Stone, Gladys Knight, Ariana Grande, Natalie Cole, Keith David, Chrisette Michele, Doug E. Fresh, Murray Hill, Wayne Brady, Ray Chew, The Isley Brothers, Cory Smythe, Marc Jacobs, Maceo Parker, Chris Walden, Gregg Field, Janet Cardiff, Siegfried Kessler, Lonnie Plaxico, Myron Walden, Clifford Adams (Kool & the Gang), Brice Wassy, Nicolas Genest, Tigran Hamasyan, James Weidman.

When he was a teenager Scott was invited to several master classes with some of the finest jazz musicians, including: Elvin Jones, McCoy Tyner, Steve Coleman...

In 2007, he was awarded the first prize of "Trophées du Sunside" in Paris, France. 

In 2008, Tixier moved to New York and has continued his career as both a sideman in the Lonnie Plaxico's band, Anthony Braxton, Numinous Ensemble and as a leader.
Scott Tixier has also met and received letters of introduction from: Jean-Luc Ponty, Pat Metheny, Marcus Miller, Mark Feldman, Jacques Schwarz-Bart, Lonnie Plaxico.

 

 

Sun – Thu 6 pm – 1 am. Fri – Sat 6 pm – 4 am.