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In Memory of Wallace Roney

Posted on Facebook by Christine Santelli May 26, 2020 Today we celebrate Wallace Roney’s birthday, Wallace’s manager approached me early on when we first opened. I was intimidated, but Landton Malone and Wallace Roney were a dream for me. I got to know Landton and Wallace over those few months and we loved those 4…

IN PERFECT ALIGNMENT (Part Two): DANNY TOBIAS, DAN BLOCK, JOSH DUNN, TAL RONEN at CAFE BOHEMIA (11.21.19)

by Michael Steinman December 15, 2019 Jazz Lives November 21, 2019 might have been an unremarkable day and night for some of us — leaving aside that it is Coleman Hawkins’ birthday — but at Cafe Bohemia, 15 Barrow Street, Greenwich Village, New York City, the stars were wonderfully in alignment when Danny Tobias, trumpet…

DEEP FEELINGS, QUIET SWING: DANNY TOBIAS, DAN BLOCK, JOSH DUNN, TAL RONEN at CAFE BOHEMIA

by Michael Steinman December 8, 2019 Jazz Lives Beauty doesn’t ever have to raise its voice. Here is some beauty for us  — by Danny Tobias, trumpet and Eb alto horn; Dan Block, tenor saxophone; Josh Dunn, guitar; Tal Ronen, string bass. They created this quiet marvel and many others on November 21, 2019, at…

“HOW HAPPY WE WILL BE” and “THE LITTLE STARS CLIMB”: TWO CLASSIC SONGS by RICKY ALEXANDER, DAN BLOCK, ADAM MOEZINIA, DANIEL DUKE, CHRIS GELB (Cafe Bohemia, Nov. 22, 2019)

by Michael Steinman November 22, 2019 Jazz Lives Beauty doesn’t send out event-postings to let us know where it’s going to be next, but it’s been showing up with great regularity here, Cafe Bohemia, 15 Barrow Street, in Greenwich Village, New York City. Ricky Alexander and friends brought some Beauty only recently. Ricky Alexander with…

In a Spin, Twice: Club Bohemia Officially Opens! (October 17, 2019) and Fat Cat Matthew Rivera’s Hot Club!

by Michael Steinman Oct 14, 2019 Jazz Lives   You might be walking along Barrow Street, on the Bleecker Street side of Seventh Avenue South (all this conjecture is taking place in Greenwich Village, New York City, New York, the United States); you could look up and see this sign. You might just think, “Oh,…

One of New York’s Oldest Jazz Clubs Re-Opens

by Margie Goldsmith Oct 30, 2019 Forbes There’s a new sizzling hot jazz venue in New York City: Café Bohemia, downstairs at the Barrow Street Alehouse. Back in the day, Café Bohemia was home to some of greatest jazz players in history: Miles Davis, Cannonball Adderly and Art Blakey. A score of other musicians including John Coltrane, Miles…
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