Mary Stallings celebrates the release of her highly anticipated album Songs Were Made to Sing. Simply one of the best jazz singers of our time, Stallings is particularly admired as an important interpreter of ballads. The New York Times says she is "polished, self-possessed and close to the ground, with blues and gospel language on simmer. And she's a wizard of the long tone, which she uses to laser into deep emotional zones; she leaves brackets of silence, and phrases with microscopic care." And, The Wall Street Journal calls her "our greatest living link to the late, great (Carmen) McRae."
Venue: Smoke Jazz & Supper Club
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Daniel Bennett Group at Residence Inn Times Square
New York saxophonist Daniel Bennett has been hailed as one of the most original and unpredictable musical voices of his generation. Daniel Bennett Group performs the weekly "Experimental Tuesday" conc...
Whiskey 101 at Fine and Rare at The Flatiron Room
Tue | 6PM - 7:30 pm
Whiskey 101 at Fine and Rare...
An Evening with Nels Cline 4 at Le Poisson Rouge
Tue | 8PM
Age: 18+ Of all the rich and varied projects guitarist Nels Cline has pursued since his emergence as a leader in the late 1980s, his two-guitar duo with Julian Lage, documented on the 2014 album Room...