[Dixielandjazz] Trad Jazz in NYC
Stephen G Barbone
barbonestreet at earthlink.net
Thu Sep 18 17:00:33 PDT 2008
The below is from my pal Bruce McNichols. Looks like NYC has a new
trad jazz craze starting up. 2 beat also!!! <grin>. Worth a
visit if you visit the Big Apple. Like someone once said. If you can't
find circumstances that suit your taste, make your own.
"Bruce McNichols" <muskrat at bestweb.net>
Sunday nights are getting better each week. Join us in New York's new
hot area,Houston Street. There are clubs everywhere, most with music.
Until we started this gig (last month) I had no idea what a happenin'
part of town this is. The National Undergound is a very special place.
The funky decor. the lighting, thesuper-friendly management & staff,
combined with the interaction between the band and the crowd, makes
every Sunday into A NIGHT OF GOOD TIMES.
EVERY SUNDAY 7:30 - 11:30PM
John Gill's Underground Saloon Band
THE NATIONAL UNDERGROUND
159 East Houston Street (Where 1st Avenue meets Allen Street)
New York, NY 10002 (212) 475-0611 Best Burgers in the World
John Gill (trombone, banjo & vocals)
Was with the Turk Murphy, Leon Redbone etc.
Brian Nalepka (tuba, string bass & vocals)
Founding member: Manhattan Rhythim Kings
Terry Waldo (piano & vocals)
Ragtime master/educator, record producer
Kevin Dorn (two-beat drums)
was with Jim Culum Jazz Band and many more
Bruce McNichols (soprano sax, banjo & vocals)
Smith Street Society Jazz Band, OKOM.com, etc.
Old-time Pop tunes (from the 1890's through the 1960's) in a romping-
West Coast, two-beat style.
When we end, the next band takes over. Don't miss it.
LISTEN TO RADIO OKOM - Old-time music 24/7
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