Come celebrate the 5th anniversary of our band at one of our favorite venues, Shrine Bar in Harlem!
It’s bandleader Freddy’s birthday. Come celebrate with us at this amazing brewery just an hour’s ride from NYC!
Bandleader Fuego is having his senior recital at the New School for Jazz, which several band members attend. Come by and mingle with jazz heads, students, professors and professionals alike!
Come check out this newly-opened restaurant in Washington Heights, right off the 1 or A train stop at 181st St. The owners of this restaurant reached out to us to create a live music night at their venue, so expect to see us back here often!
Brought to you by the owners of Shrine Bar, one of our favorite NYC venues, Silvana is a Middle Eastern restaurant in Harlem that hosts great live music. Come check out our last big show of the season and hang out before it gets too cold outside!
Middle East is one of the most popular live music establishments in the Boston/Cambridge area. With four distinct areas devoted to live music, you have several bands playing at any given time! Come grab some drinks, some food and check out the scene!
Our friends at 3WB are hosting a NYE party in the heart of Manhattan to celebrate the release of their new album, “Only One.” Open bar, food, three bands, live music all night. Come watch the ball drop with us!
The Fuego X-Tet returns to the Tea Lounge as a part of their Friday Night Jazz Series!
Our second show at Rockwood Music Hall! Come join us for an intimate set on Sunday Night as you wind down the weekend.
Great food, great music, and a great hang,The Shrine is a Harlem staple that never disappoints.
Our first show at DROM! Join us for a special night as we share the stage with good friends Strings n Skins.
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We continue our Harlem run at Silvana, a Mediterranean bar and restaurant with a great live music scene.
Our favorite venue in Williamsburg. We rock the bill all night together with our good friends, afrobeat band The Brighton Beat and funk band Palmslap.