Every Monday 8.30pm

Monday October 8th

Electric Red


Avant Funk/Extraterrestrial R&B

Bass, Temporal Lobe, Guitar, Drums



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Monday October 15th




1930’s Acoustic Jazz & Gypsy Jazz


We play 1930’s acoustic jazz. The group is lead by Charlie Roman.

Founded by Charlie Castelluzzo Italophile and eccentric Django Reinhardt fanatic, Jazzingaro is a traditional Gypsy Jazz band influenced by the early Quintette Du Hot Club de France. The group is joined by some of the most talented string swing musicians in New York City. Influences include Oscar Aleman, Matelo & Baro Ferret, Eddie Lang, Tchan Tchou Vidal, Nino Rota and more. Django Reinhardt's infamous shuffle Rhythm will be heard often, a commonly underused technique in modern Gypsy Jazz that he used during accompaniment, creating an exciting locomotive effect. 


Monday October 22nd


Amanda Trees


Gypsy Jazz

Violin, Cello & Piano


Amanda Trees has been acting and making music since childhood, putting on shows with sister, cousins and pals, apprenticed at Williamstown Summer Theatre then appearing in "The Dark At The Top Of The Stairs" as Flirt Conroy, at Woodstock Playhouse as Ann Rudledge in "Abe Lincoln In Illinois," also composed music for production. On Broadway in "The Freaking Out Of Stephanie Blake," as Butterscotch, Off-Broadway as Decibelle in "Month Of Sundays;" running part of Lynn Nelson on CBS soap "Love Of Life," Barbara on "The Doctors," Arabella on "As The World Turns," films include "Batman Forever" as Ann Thielan, a Paparazzi Reporter. On a Tomato Records release, "The Great SInger/Songwriter Collection;” Poppy Records; “Amanda,” Singer/Pianist/Songwriter, appearing at Cornelia Street Cafe, Cinnamon Tree, Don’t Tell Mama, Caravan Of Dreams.  Recently cowrote a musical play, “Alice Are You?” - a modern day Alice In Wonderland theme in the setting of show business, played title role, and perfomed on piano, premiering at Mark Morris Theater/BAM, Brooklyn, NYSusan Mitchell:  Actress, Violinist - Has performed extensively in theater, film, television and on recordings throughout her career.  Most notably, the female lead in “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea,” recently featured Off-Broadway, in which she reprised the role she played several years ago.  In addition, was the female lead in the Indie Cult hit film, “Bobby G Can’t Swim.”  Susan has played violin in numerous films, tv shows, commercials, also appearing as soloist in classical and jazz concerts, and plays violin in The Paul Joseph Jazz Quartet. Susan is a Lifetime Member of New York’s Actor’s Studio.
Brian Sanders: Cello -  Hails from Madison, Wisconsin, presently lives in Brooklyn. Brian studied at The Eastman School of Music and Mannes College.  Brian has a wide variety of musical experience; appearing all around the world.  He has performed with jazz legend, Kenny Garrett, the Indie Rock Band, Emanuel and the Fear, touring Europe, recordings.  Performed with song writing duo, Barnaby Bright.  He has performed at Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, Washington, D.C.



Monday October 29th


Jonathan Parker Trio



 Saxophone, Piano & Bass


Bass, Temporal Lobe, Guitar, Drums




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