Sunday 7-10 pm
Wednesday 7-10 pm
Joel Forrester is the composer of more than 1200 tunes, a versatile and accomplished jazz pianist, leader of his own quartet and prolific recording artist. He has performed in an extraordinary diversity of settings – from large ensembles to a duet setting with a tap dancer! His playing draws from stride, boogie-woogie, bebop, trance and what he likes to call ‘salon pieces’ but each composition bears the stamp of this most individual artist.
Recognized by the Paris Free Voice as “the world’s leading accompanist to silent films”, Joel Forrester has given concerts with film in Paris at the Louvre, the American Center, the Forum des Images, and the MusŽe d’Orsay. For several years he performed with films in the Avignon Festival. In New York, he has played at the Film Forum, Brooklyn Museum, and Anthology Film Archives.
Monday from 7:30-10:30 pm
Takuya Nakamura is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer and has been playing trumpet, keyboards, and various electronic instruments for over twenty years throughout the United States and the world with a diverse group of artists such as Quincy Jones, The Streets, George Russell’s Living Time Orchestra, Joy Askew, Arto Lindsay, Vernon Reid, Jojo Mayer’s Nerve, Brazilian Girls, Organic Grooves, Bob Moses, John Scofield,and many others.
Tuesday 7:30-10:30 pm
Jo Schornikow is an experienced pianist who plays a wide array of music. She is also in the band the Shivers which you can check out here: http://www.myspace.com/shiversnyc
Tuesday 10:30-1 am
Pianist Joe McGinty, formerly of the Psychedelic Furs, can play just about any song there is! Choose your fave from the roster and impress your friends with your sweet vocal skills.
He has worked with Nada Surf, Ryan Adams, Devendra Banhardt, Martha Wainwright, The Ramones, Debbie Harry, and many others.
For more info on Joe, check out the links below:
The celebrated protege of the renowned Eubie Blake, Terry Waldo captures the history, personalities, and vibrance of Ragtime like none other can.
Smokin’ Billy Slater
Friday & Saturday
Join ol ‘uncle leadfoot’ every friday and saturday night, while he takes you on a journey to the days when the piano was the only jukebox. Hear the haunting beauty of roots piano blues from the 1920s and 30s; experience the unbridled power of America’s forgotten music, boogie-woogie; and feel the infectious beat of New Orleans style rhythm n’ blues.