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string theory
at tomi jazz

With Ed MacEachen, guitar
Saturday, December 29

Reservatons required,
but you can do it online…

239 East 53rd Street (2nd/3rd Aves), Lower

A Note about

I’ve been working a couple times each month at this cute Japanese jazz place for several years now - It used to be this sweet, sleepy little room. A handful of Japanese and Japanese-American types having a cocktail and a sizzle platter while Frank or Ed shows us how it’s done, and I sing a program I like to call "Because I Said So, That's Why." Well, now little Tomi Jazz is getting all famous.

New York Times: A Cozy Jazz Club, if You Can Find It

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jazz & cockails
at Tomi Jazz

With Frank Ponzio, piano
Saturday, January 26
Reservatons required,
but you can do it online…

239 East 53rd Street (2nd/3rd Aves), Lower

Tomi Jazz

Because the cream rises to the top, is why. This is a great bar. You should go (me or no me — they have 3 acts nightly, it’s awesome). Definitely reserve; forget it otherwise. No reservation, no getting in; Tomi is simultaneously wee and popular. It's on 53rd between 2nd & 3rd, closer to 2nd. When you can't find it because nobody can, it's directly across the street from the Peking Duck House. Look underneath the barber shop, down a flight of stairs by the barber pole. Don’t be scared of the buzzer, it’s insanely hip, no kidding.

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String Theory
at bar thalia

With Ed MacEachen, guitar
Saturday, March 16, 2019
No Cover | No Minimum
Broadway at 95th Street, NYC
(Symphony Space, lower level)

String Theory is delighted to play the nicely intimate room at Bar Thalia. This is a 46-seat cocktail bar with a good American menu, on the lower level of Symphony Space. It’s a relaxed setting, and really nice for me to play so close to home…walking to the gig = winning. In addition to Thalia’s jazz schedule, check out the comedy nights, poetry readings, wine tastings and other events, HERE. And there’s always a special — Saturdays, it’s $8 vodka cocktails. Which, I mean, more winning.

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