Hot Jazz Management - Preserving the Swing Tradition
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Hot Jazz Management & Production - Preserving the Swing Tradition

HOT JAZZ MANAGEMENT, located in the heart of New York City, offers extremely specialized TOURS of MANHATTAN for small to medium sized groups, available exclusively after a discussion of your desires. Tours are tailored to the visitors' specifications for experiencing some of the world's greatest music, history and architecture. These are changeable as your requests and/or energy dictate at any time. Small groups can change plans from one site, club, or restaurant to another very quickly. We can speak about economical, well-located hotels, and you can go home not just having visited New York, but having been a New Yorker!

Booking services and publicity support for Jazz Musicians are also offered, a few of whom are listed here. These seasoned players are effective in classrooms as well as concerts.

FRIDAYS, 6-9:00PM in Manhattan, ongoing:
The Jeanne Geis' dream band, featuring:
Joe Cohn - guitar, Michael Rorby- trombone, acoustic bass & a second guitar player fill out the band. On Aug 11, 2023 second guitarist will be Paul Bollenback, Mark Lewandowski on bass.

Frankie & Johnnie's Steakhouse, 32 W 37th St, New York, NY 10018

SUNDAYS in Manhattan, ongoing:
The EarRegulars*, featuring:
Jon-Erik Kellso on trumpet leading the EarRegulars
The Ear Inn (326 Spring Street) 10013

8:00 - 11:00PM  (they may play longer)
No cover, no minimum, Please tip the band, intimate space.          EVERY SUNDAY: the EarRegulars every Sunday night at the Ear Inn, 8-11:00-ish pm with Matt Munisteri on guitar (Matt & Jon are there whenever possible) and a variety of guest bassists & miscellaneous horn-or-whatever players. 326 Spring St. (between Greenwich & Washington sts), almost all the way to West Side Highway. 212-226-9060. One of the oldest bars in NYC, with a very interesting history going back to 1817. (John Brown house built 1805?) No cover or minimum, but please visit our friend Phillup DeBucket (subtle way of saying we have a tip jar). There's yummy inexpensive food served late, casual attire is fine, excellent waitstaff...and it's always a fun hang! Get there early to make sure you secure your spot. 

*Each of these weekly New York City events are full of surprises. Great musicians have been stopping in to play along.

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