Live!

Thu – Sat
7PM til Late

Opens at 6pm

The Roxy Hotel

2 Ave. of The Americas

Cellar Level

Tribeca

Live on stage Shows In person
Gotham Kings

Gotham Kings

Saturday, April 17
7:00PM

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Shows
Gotham Kings

Gotham Kings

Saturday, April 17, 7:00PM

Personnel:
Alphonso Horn - trumpet/vocals
C Anthony Bryant - vocals
David Lenard - piano
Philip Norris - bass
Evan Sherman - drums

Gotham Kings is a high energy immersive jazz experience! Two-time Grammy nominated trumpeter, Alphonso Horne has put together a band that weaves the sound of New Orleans into a rich musical fabric that demonstrates the history of the trumpet and the story of jazz. Inspired by the music of King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band, Gotham Kings uses the virtuosity of the young Louis Armstrong and innovative genius of King Oliver to take you on a journey of sound that encompasses rags, stomps, shouts and funk! The band has played in venues including Caramoor Jazz Festival, Louis Armstrong House Museum, Jazz at Lincoln Center and many more! Individually, members of the Gotham Kings have compiled a diverse resume of collaborations with top artists such as Wynton Marsalis, Michael Feinstein, Rihanna, Lady Gaga,The Colbert Show and more!

Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield

Thursday, April 22
7:00PM

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Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield

Thursday, April 22, 7:00PM

Personnel:
Mark Whitfield - guitar
Pat Bianchi - organ
Byron Landham - drums

Mark Whitfield graduated from Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music, the world’s foremost institution for the study of Jazz and modern American music in the spring of 1987. Shortly thereafter, he returned to his to his native New York to embark on a career as a Jazz Guitarist that afforded him the opportunity to collaborate with legendary artists including Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey, Quincy Jones, Ray Charles, Herbie Hancock, Carmen McRae, Gladys Knight, Burt Bacharach, Jimmy Smith, Clark Terry, Shirley Horn, Wynton Marsalis, Branford Marsalis, Joe Williams, Stanley Turrentine and his greatest teacher and mentor George Benson.

In 1990 the New York Times dubbed Whitfield “The Best Young Guitarist in the Business”. Later that year, Warner Bros. released his debut album “The Marksman”. The success of his debut release led to a recording career that has produced a total of 14 solo recordings and a myriad of collaborative efforts with some of the most important artists in recent years; Sting, Steven Tyler, D’Angelo, Mary J. Blige, John Mayer, Chaka Khan, Jill Scott, Diana Krall, Christian McBride, Chris Botti, Roy Hargrove and Nicholas Payton.

Ken Fowser Quartet feat. David Hazeltine

Ken Fowser Quartet feat. David Hazeltine

Friday, April 23
7:00PM

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Ken Fowser Quartet feat. David Hazeltine

Ken Fowser Quartet feat. David Hazeltine

Friday, April 23, 7:00PM

Personnel:
Ken Fowser - saxophone
David Hazeltine - piano
David "Happy" Williams - bass
Willie Jones III - drums

Since his arrival on the New York scene in 2005, Ken Fowser has continued to steer traditional harmony in uncharted directions. His lyrical approach to line construction and depth of harmonic sensibility allows him to record and play all over the world. A prolific composer, Fowser has celebrated four cooperative releases on Posi-tone Records, co-led with vibraphone virtuoso, Behn Gillece. His debut release as a leader, Standing Tall earned him the number-one spot on Jazz Week Radio Chart seven weeks in a row. Fowser enjoyed both downtown and uptown residencies at iconic New York venues, hosting the session at Smalls Jazz Club every Tuesday for four years, and playing the late set at Smoke Jazz and Supper Club every Friday for two years. He currently is the Music Curator for the Roxy Hotel, and performs every Friday at the Django with special guests each week.

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Downtown’s den for dinner,
Cocktails &
Live JAZZ!
Located in
the of Tribeca

Trumpet

Open

Thursday thru Saturday

6:00pm ’til late!

Performance

1st Show 7:00pm – 8pm

2nd Show 8:30pm – 9:30pm

3rd Show 10:00pm – 10:30pm

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The Django

2 Avenue of The Americas
New York City, 10013

The Roxy Hotel → Cellar Level

(212) 519.6649

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Descend into The Django and you’ll feel like you’ve entered another world. The subterranean jazz club, with its vaulted ceilings and exposed brick walls, was modeled after the boîtes of Paris. The venue consists of two cocktail bars, open dining space and a stage for live performances. The Django offers crafted cocktails and dinner plates, all partnered with a brilliant entertainment lineup. To Note: We require guests to wear masks upon entry, exit, while ordering, & anytime you are not eating or drinking. When moving through the space, please be sure to wear your mask properly and follow social distancing requirements. We also require temperature checks and tracing forms for all guests upon arrival. Reservations are required as we are operating at a limited capacity. Check out our blog for our full health & safety guidelines.

Cover Charge

Thursday thru Saturday 

$20 Per Person

 

There is a 2 drink minimum per person.

For Special Event Inquiries or Large Party Reservations Click Here

For Band Bookings, Email Us at Bookings@TheDjangoNYC.com

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